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  • Title: Quidditch Through the Ages
  • Author: Kennilworthy Whisp J.K. Rowling
  • ISBN: 9780439321617
  • Page: 469
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Did you know that there are 700 ways of committing a foul in Quidditch The game first began to evolve on Queerditch Marsh What Bumphing is That Puddlemere United is oldest team in the Britain and Ireland league founded 1163 All this information and much could be yours once you have read this book this is all you could ever need to know about the history, theDid you know that there are 700 ways of committing a foul in Quidditch The game first began to evolve on Queerditch Marsh What Bumphing is That Puddlemere United is oldest team in the Britain and Ireland league founded 1163 All this information and much could be yours once you have read this book this is all you could ever need to know about the history, the rules and the breaking of the rules of the noble wizarding sport of Quidditch.

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    1. Kai on said:

      “I've read worse.” - Rita Skeeter on Quidditch Through the AgesI love this super witty and funny companion to the Harry Potter books. It's been created with such love for detail, it's clear to see that Joanne had much fun writing it. Maybe even as much fun as me reading it.My favourite parts are the history of Quidditch and how it spread to other countries and continents. I especially loved the part about New Zealand.Now, if you love Harry Potter and haven't yet read this you should reconsid [...]

    2. Alejandro on said:

      Game On!!!GO TEAM!I didn't know what to expect about this book written by the magical J.K. Rowling about the "history" of the magic sport of Quidditch.However, I was happily surprised that while some chapters explaining the rules of the "sport" are kinda tiresome, they were the few, since other chapters were really amusing and entertaining.You "learn" why the decission of using brooms to fly.Also, you "learn" about the official Quidditch teams on the British league, but even also you will learn [...]

    3. Mohammed Arabey on said:

      To reveal the Qudditch Through the AgesYou'll be enlightened with a brief bits of the History of Magic itselfWhether it is based on TRUE EVENTS or totally from the "moste creativee mindee of Joanna Rowling" - which I start ,after her Potter saga and these related books, to believe that it's real :)-you'll be fully entertained :)Try Also That OneThe books is almost perfect just lack of one small thing, mentioning that Quidditch is Now Widely played by MUGGLES through the world :)Google it :) you' [...]

    4. Anniebananie on said:

      Es ist einfach der Wahnsinn, was J.K. Rowling für eine Fantasie besitzt. So ein detailreiches Handbuch über die Geschichte des Quidditch im Wandel der Zeiten mit vielen verschiedenen Spielern, Mannschaften und Anekdoten. Dieses Büchlein enthält darüber hinaus auch einige liebevoll skizzierte Zeichnungen, bspw. von einem fliegenden Besen oder dem Quidditchspielfeld. Also bekommt auch dieses Buch aus der Hogwarts Bibliothek von mir nicht nur 5 Sterne, sondern auch wieder eine uneingeschränkt [...]

    5. Liza on said:

      This was awesome! I can't believe I've never read it before! I gave this 5 out of 5 not because it was a phenomenal work of literary fiction, but because of the time and effort that J.K. Rowling put into creating this amazing sport, the history, the teams, the rules, everything is phenomenally done! I love Quidditch, and being a total sports nerd this was perfect for me. The coolest thing for me was when the book discussed Canadian teams and a team called the Moose Jaw Meteorites were mentioned. [...]

    6. Ahmad Sharabiani on said:

      Quidditch Through the Ages, J.K.(Joanne kathleen) Rowling (1965 - ), Kennilworthy Whisp (Pseudonym)Quidditch Through the Ages is a 2001 book written by British author J. K. Rowling using the pseudonym of Kennilworthy Whisp about Quidditch in the Harry Potter universe. It purports to be the Hogwarts library's copy of the non-fiction book of the same name mentioned in several novels of the Harry Potter series.تاریخ نخستین خوانش: دوم ماه آگوست سال 2002 میلادیعن [...]

    7. Inés Izal on said:

      Ver en la lista de préstamos del libro el nombre de Cedric Diggory y llorar a mares.

    8. Bradley on said:

      Slightly better than FB, this one reads like a long a boring textbook on the history of a wizarding game.But that's probably because it's exactly that. :)Don't get me wrong. It's fascinating in its way, but I've never cared much for ANY kind of sports history. It bores me to tears. :) At least this has magic, no? It's written well. It still just happens to be a short history.

    9. Ronak(Pihu) Gajjar on said:

      ‘I’ve read worse.’ – Rita Skeeter, Daily Prophet And I was like SHUT UP, you old douche-bag! Also, that object of a thief’s curse is amusing.So, let’s dive into the Quidditch Guide! I usually don’t indulge myself much in sports section but Quidditch has always been alluring one!The originality of game – initially known as“Kwidditch” is quite peculiarly appealing. The traces of those borrowed from a witch’s diary are a really fun part, actually the way she described the game [...]

    10. Beatrice Masaluñga on said:

      Just like Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, this is an informative book. We get to learn the history of Quidditch (a popular sport in the Wizarding World.), other games using Broomsticks, Quidditch Teams, Game rules etc It's really a fascinating read and I enjoyed it :)EVERYTHING IS NOSTALGIC.

    11. Gorgona Grim on said:

      Prvo izdanje knjige "Kvidič kroz vekove" sam dobila 2002. od svojih kumova, te mi je ona ostala na prvom mestu i nakon objavljivanja drugih knjiga iz Hogvortske biblioteke tokom 2014. godine.Čitajući serijal upoznali smo se sa igrom koja je u čarobnjačkom svetu popularna onoliko koliko je fudbal ili košarka popularna u našem svetu Normalaca, ako ne i više. Osnovna pravila kvidiča smo savladali zajedno sa Harijem koji je, nakon što je pokazao zavidnu veštinu letenja, bio izabran za tra [...]

    12. Ferdy on said:

      Funnier and more interesting than Fantastic Beasts. Also, it read more like a genuine Hogwarts text book than Fantastic Beasts did, which was just basically a giant list with a brief summary of various creatures. This had far more magic and history and information in it.

    13. Amanda on said:

      So, in the increasing hysteria mounting over the advent of the final Harry Potter book, I have been reading anything I can get my hands on before we all know how it ends and the fun is over! This teeny little book is quite funny and reads in about 10 minutes. Written exclusively for charity, it includes a libary check-out card in the front with "H. Potter" on the final line, as well as an explanatory foreward by Dumbledore himself. Utterly charming, it is more evidence that Rowling's universe is [...]

    14. peiman-mir5 rezakhani on said:

      دوستانِ گرانقدر، موضوع این کتاب در مورد «کوییدیچ» است ورزشی که دسته جارو یا همان جاروهای چوبی و جادویی عنصرِ اصلی آن هستنداین کتاب برای آن دسته از دوستان که به داستان های «جادوگری» همچون داستان های «هری پاتر» و یا داستان های غیرواقعی و افسانه ای علاقمند هستند، میتواند خواندن [...]

    15. Reem Ghabbany on said:

      Oh my god! This was bad! I could have died if I didn't skip like 20 pages! This contained so many unnecessary details!!!! Yeah there were some interesting facts that I enjoyed but most of the book was blah blah blah I hate that I rated 2 stars to a book that belongs to my all time favorite book series But I had to!

    16. Ruben (BooksVlogs) Arauz on said:

      Final: 3.50Fue muy entretenido, me gustó mucho, pero me dejo con ganas de más, es que fue tan corto que asshhhhh, lo termine en una sentada, triste pero cierto.

    17. Trish on said:

      Another little book Rowling wrote in order to collect money for Comic Relief. Another book Harry Potter supposedly read during his time at Hogwarts. This one contains the history and rules for Quidditch, the famous wizard sport. I'm not much of a sports person myself, but I do watch the Soccer World Championship and European Championship games so I know what kind of atmosphere Rowling was aiming for and she managed to evoke it (in the actual series as well as here).Did you know that people are a [...]

    18. Lieke on said:

      Fun to read for fans of the Harry Potter series! I am now a loyal fan of the Quidditch team The Chudley Cannons. Their change of motto from 'We shall conquer' to 'Let's all just keep our fingers crossed and hope for the best' is hilarious

    19. Rose on said:

      “Undoubtedly the most skilled Quidditch nation in South America is Peru, which is tipped to become the first Latin World Cup winner within ten years.”why am i weirdly proud of peru LOL

    20. Chelsey the crazy cat lady on said:

      The book was filled with rules, history everything quidditch. For someone new to the Harry Potter world it was very good and full of great information to help me know the game better

    21. Cath on said:

      To be honest I hate sports, and I hate people who like sports, and I hate people who like people who like sports. Nah, joking. I just suck at P.E, and I'm terrible in anything related to it, including sports rules, etc.But this book is an exeption; I enjoyed it a lot, it was funny and entretaining. Its hard to believe that such a thin book took me more than two months to finish.To conclude, now I understand why Harry and Ron loved Quiddich.

    22. TL on said:

      “Madam Pince, our librarian, tells me that it is 'pawed about, dribbled on, and generally maltreated' nearly everyday - a high compliment for any book.” ----

    23. Raeleen Lemay on said:

      This was a great companion to the Harry Potter series, and it definitely answered some of my nagging questions about Quidditch! It was fun to see how the game developed over the centuries, and to hear about some of the most famous teams (the one about the Wigtown Wanderers made me laugh that Walter and his meat cleaver oh goodness.) I also found it really cool how America was the place where Quidditch was the least popular! J.K. Rowling is a sneaky one

    24. Lina Lovegood on said:

      Das war eigentlich ein re-read, da ich das Buch bereits mit 10 oder 11 schon mal gelesen habe, mich aber nicht mehr erinnern konnte. Quidditch war ja nie das spannendste für mich an den Potter Büchern, aber der einmalige Witz und Charme haben mich dann doch einigermaßen überzeugt.

    25. Yoda on said:

      Oh, the nostalgia. I really need to re-read all the Harry Potter books. I miss the Harry Potter universe.

    26. Carlie K on said:

      3.9/5 starsThis review is originally posted on The Bookish Girl--Brutal yet exciting, Quidditch is a sport that we all love. (Don't tell me you don't, I'm not gonna believe you)This book has EVERYTHING that you need to learn about Quidditch. From the transformation of the game, to its rules, famous teams and different types of fouls! They are clearly described and there are pictures to help you visualize, which makes it very easy to read and understand; and I finished it in one day *happy dance* [...]

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