Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (Jim Kay’s illustrated version)

I’ve fallen in love with the Harry Potter series again and this is in part of Jim Kay’s illustrated versions of the book.  Every page in the book is a display of color but Kay’s illustrations are superb and help you to visualize the characters.  My children were recently introduced to the Harry Potter series when I took them to a Harry Potter symphony and their imagination just grabbed a Nimbus 2000 and took off from there.  Now (with the help of the Jim Kay books) they are wanting to read the series as well.  With the ‘Prisoner of Azkaban’ book, they are able to see why Professor Snape holds a grudge with Potter as well as learn who Moony, Wormtail, Padfoot and Prong really are and why they made “The Marauder’s Map”.  I solemnly swear that the Jim Kay illustrated books are worth the read (or re-read).





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