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The Tales of Beedle the Bard, Collector's Edition (Offered Exclusively by Amazon) - Community Reviews back

by J.K. Rowling
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Prerazmišljavanje
Prerazmišljavanje rated it 7 years ago
(s komentarima profesora Albusa Dambldora) Čak i ako vas ne zanimaju Bidlove priče za decu, podstaknuti knjigom Rite Skiter pokušaćete da preko komentara odgonetnete Dambldora. Uspećete, onoliko koliko je to s ličnošću poput njegove moguće. Zbirka sadrži pet čarobnjačkih bajki: 1. Čarobnjak i ...
Reading With Cass
Reading With Cass rated it 8 years ago
I am pretty sure this is my favorite book out of the 3 books in the Hogwarts Library. All of the stories were amazing and I especially loved Dumbledore's comments about the story after each one ended. Ahhhhhh I think I could read this book over and over again
The Blogging of a Book Addict
The Blogging of a Book Addict rated it 8 years ago
This isn't something I can really review, but as a loyal HP fan who put off reading this book for years, let me just say: READ IT.
olgatrzepiecinska
olgatrzepiecinska rated it 8 years ago
Króciutka. Fanom Harrego Pottera zapewne się spodoba. Najciekawsza wydała mi się opowieść o trzech braciach, którą znałam już wcześniej. Reszta historyjek ciut słabsza, ale plusem jest za to dodanie komentarzy Albusa Dumbledore'a.(ebook PL)
Crash My Book Party
Crash My Book Party rated it 8 years ago
I don't know why I never read this when it first came out - as a huge Harry Potter fan I know I should have but I just never got around to it. Anyway, I've read it now! And loved it of course, I just wish there was more. I always get that sort of craving whenever I get into that Harry Potter mood, I...
TheBookofJules
TheBookofJules rated it 8 years ago
"But thought Death searched for the third bother for may years, he was never able to find him. It was only when he had attained a great age that the youngest brother finally took off the Clock of Invisibility and gave it to his son. And then he greeted Death as an old friend, and went with him glaly...
The English Student
The English Student rated it 8 years ago
The Tales of Beedle the Bard, being a collection of five wizardly fairy tales with additional commentary by Albus Dumbledore, is more interesting for its insights into the workings of the wizarding world than for the stories themselves, which, while sweetly authentic, are fairly standard fantasy fai...
Lisa (Harmony)
Lisa (Harmony) rated it 8 years ago
You may remember Beadle the Bard and his tales mentioned in The Deathly Hallows. We only got one of the tales there, that of "The Three Brothers." Here we get four more tales (translated from ancient runes we're told by Hermione Granger) with commentary by Albus Dumbledore that gives little tidbits ...
narfna
narfna rated it 8 years ago
Holy shit, it's been five years since I've read this?! What! Anyway, I've read "The Tale of the Three Brothers" a million and one times, but the other four only once, so it was about time I rectified that and re-read this thing. Will probably have more to say when we get to this book in the Medicina...
candyy
candyy rated it 8 years ago
I didn't really care about Dumbledore's comments.
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