Stacking the Shelves #77

Stacking the Shelves is a weekly meme hosted by Tynga where we share books we’ve bought this week. Find out more and join in here!

I actually haven’t bought a book for a while (my ban is working finally!), but I want to tell you all about a book I bought over Christmas. I was lucky to receive a book voucher for Christmas, and I went out in the sales and bought this beautiful book! My lovely friend Anna had it for Christmas, and I knew from then on that I really wanted to get a copy.

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“Harry Potter: Page to Screen” opens the doors to Hogwarts castle and the wizarding world of Harry Potter to reveal the complete behind-the-scenes secrets, techniques, and over-the-top artistry that brought J.K. Rowling’s acclaimed novels to cinematic life. Developed in collaboration with the creative team behind the celebrated movie series, this deluxe, 500-plus page compendium features exclusive stories from the cast and crew, hundreds of never-before-seen photographs and concept illustrations sourced from the closed film sets, and rare memorabilia. As the definitive look at the magic that made cinematic history, “Page to Screen” is the ultimate collectible, perfect for Muggles everywhere.

I can’t wait to read this, I loved The Art of Harry Potter so much and it’s great to add this to my collection.

Have you bought any books this week?

-Beth

May your shelves forever overflow with books! ☽

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2 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves #77

  1. That Harry Potter making of book looks wonderful! I always enjoy learning more about the behind the scenes stuff. And those movies were very complicated, lots of actors, lots of moving parts, so that book is going to be chock full of interesting tidbits!

    I didn’t buy anything new this week, but did get to borrow a really fantastic anthology called The Future Is Female, it showcases short scifi stories by well known and famous women authors, all the fiction is from around 1930 until around 1970. I’ve only read maybe a half dozen stories so far, but really enjoyed what I’ve read.

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    1. Yes I’m so excited to read it and find out some facts! I loved The Art of but I’m sure this one will have a lot more interesting writing 🙂

      That sounds really interesting! I hope you enjoy!

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