The Tales of Beedle The Bard – A Book Review

Well I have read several books during my seclusion, but Red Monster is saying I need to come out at least to buy loo roll, although I’m sure I could order it all online and get the delivery person to pass it all in through the windows. Blue is even writing about being obsessed with green writing pens, and I know that means he wants to chop me up and ferment my green carcass into green ink and I’m not sure Red isn’t in on it as she was writing about a dragon eating green things – Oh! I’m so scared I’m going to shut myself in my bedroom with a good horror movie or three – that should make feel better.

But regardless of all that, here’s this week’s review.

The Tales of Beedle The Bard – A Book Review

Imaginative fairy tales from the world of Harry Potter, complete with notes from Albus Dumbledore who, as some of you may know, is Harry Potter’s Head Master – the notes are imbued with his dry wit, enthusiasm and polymathical point of view. Each tale stands on its own and is a good read as any fairy tale – however, for those Harry Potter fans, it stands with Harry’s text books which were released a few years ago; and like them, this book is raising money for a good course.

I liked it and read it in one sitting – it also further fleshed out the world of the wizarding community we meet within the pages of the Harry Potter series.

Posted: Thursday, April 2nd, 2009 @ 9:17 pm
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5 Responses to “The Tales of Beedle The Bard – A Book Review”

  1. Ulrike Says:

    I loved it too, green!

    Which tale is your favourite? :-)

  2. Blue Monster » Blog Archive » The Winter Depths Says:

    […] Green monster is going completely OTT. I didn’t mean I wanted to ferment him into bottles of green ink, I just picked green ink for the story because it is more unusual than blue, black or red ink and I thought it would show the obsessive personality more clearly. Red Monster has told me that I shouldn’t contact Green Monster again until she has sorted this out – and as for Yellow Monster – well I have never been so insulted in all my life – of course all my advice is sound and to even think of ignoring it is foolhardy. Sometimes I want to sob at the fickleness of Monster Kind. […]

  3. Red Monster » Blog Archive » The Little Damsel Fly Says:

    […] Green Monster has gotten himself into a bit of a state, and misunderstood my piece last week where I was using […]

  4. Yellow Monster » Blog Archive » Loo Roll Eating Monsters Says:

    […] am concerned about Green Monster as he seems to he having a hard time, but Red and I will do our best to cheer him […]

  5. admin Says:

    Either the Hairy Heart or the Fountain of Fortune ones – I can not decide which :)

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