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No matter how many times someone scoffs and says that J.K.Rowling does not write great literature, she'll ALWAYS remain one of the best things that ever happened to me!

In The Tales of Beedle the Bard, she spins her magic once more. With 5 simple fairy tales (for wizard children), she proves that the magnanimous success of Harry Potter did not happen by fluke. It happened because of the amazing power of imagination and skill that the author possesses in the art of Storytelling!

I loved all the sto
Do you miss the language of JK Rowling's Harry Potter? Than The Tales of the Beedle the Bard is an excellent quick read for you. This book, written by JK Rowling, consists of five short stories that act as folk tales to young wizards. The introduction explains that Beedle the Bard was what we "muggles" would consider Hans Christian Anderson or any other fable writer. This is apparently rewritten by the one and only Hermione Granger from the originals. After each story, there is a short commentar ...more
OH I love short stories, specially if they are from the wizarding world *-*
I specially love the story of The Three Brothers!!
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Shelves: fantasy, young-adult
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Shelves: adventure