Wednesday, 21 November 2018

Making Magic with Plum5!

Plum Pudding Illustration's sister company, book packagers Plum5, have designed the truly magical book The Crimes of Grindelwald: A Spellbinding Cinematic Tour!

Publised by Scholastic, the book is an essential companion to newly-released second installment of the Fantastic Beasts film franchise (an extension of the wizarding world created by author JK Rowling in the Harry Potter books) that follows the adventures of magizoologist Newt Scamander as he travels the world collecting research on magical creatures for hisguide book’, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (Rowling wrote and released this guide book under Scamanders fictitious pen name in 2001 to raise money for the charity Comic Relief)

The Crimes of Grindelwald: A Spellbinding Cinematic Tour explores the world of the film, including plotlines, movie stills, and illustrations. With fantastic fold-outs, the book includes information on the ‘magical menagerie’ built by Newt- the space Newt build in the basement of his London house where he looks after the magical creatures he finds; interesting factoids on different magical species featured in the film; and a look into Le Ministère des Affaires Magiques de la France- The French version of The Ministry of Magic.

A perfect Christmas gift for any lifelong Potterhead, new Fantasic Fan, or general movie buff, The Crimes of Grindelwald: A Spellbinding Cinematic Tour is available to purchase in Waterstones stores and online now: so get your Galleons ready and ‘Accio!’ yourself a copy today!


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