Even if you’ve already gone through the heroics and heartbreak of Harry and the gang (Ron and Hermione, for example) before, the Harry Potter books are something you can always return to. That’s because the themes of love, friendship and overcoming adversity are essentially timeless. But there is a whole new way to experience these stories, because artist Jim Kay has illustrated the first book of the series, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. And it’s beautiful.
Now you (and possibly your children) can use your imagination to bring the images before you to life. Y’know, as if by magic.
WHO IT’S FOR
Witches, wizards, mudbloods, avid readers (parents, children, single adults, everyone).
WHERE TO FIND IT
‘Tis the season to be jolly (and a bit stressed from shopping, list-making, cooking and more shopping). But don’t get yourself too worked up, because we’re here to help you cross those names off your list one day at a time, one gift at a time. From now through December 18, we’re wrapping up daily gift ideas, Monday through Friday, so you can get back to more important festive pursuits, you know, like drinking eggnog. We’re going to make this so easy, you’ll want to shop this way every year.