Book harry potter and the prisoner of azkaban


    Harry involuntarily inflates Aunt Marge when she comes to visit after she insults Harry and his parents. This leads to his running away and. Page 1 of Get free e-books and video tutorials at Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. By J.K. Rowling. CHAPTER ONE. Owl Post. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Harry Potter's third year at Hogwarts.

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    Book Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban

    From the pen of one of the most renowned authors of the world, J. K. Rowling, comes the third instalment in the Harry Potter series, 'Harry Potter and the Prisoner. The crests of the House Editions of Harry Potter and Prisoner of Azkaban Unfortunately, due to territorial restrictions, we are unable to sell this book to. By: J.K. Rowling Media of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban For the first time in years the book lives up to the hype perfection” – Daily Express.

    Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban "synopsis" may belong to another edition of this title. Review: For most children, summer vacation is something to look forward to. But not for our year-old hero, who's forced to spend his summers with an aunt, uncle, and cousin who detest him. The third book in J. Rowling's Harry Potter series catapults into action when the young wizard "accidentally" causes the Dursleys' dreadful visitor Aunt Marge to inflate like a monstrous balloon and drift up to the ceiling. Fearing punishment from Aunt Petunia and Uncle Vernon and from officials at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry who strictly forbid students to cast spells in the nonmagic world of Muggles , Harry lunges out into the darkness with his heavy trunk and his owl Hedwig. As it turns out, Harry isn't punished at all for his errant wizardry. Instead he is mysteriously rescued from his Muggle neighborhood and whisked off in a triple-decker, violently purple bus to spend the remaining weeks of summer in a friendly inn called the Leaky Cauldron. What Harry has to face as he begins his third year at Hogwarts explains why the officials let him off easily. It seems that Sirius Black--an escaped convict from the prison of Azkaban--is on the loose. Not only that, but he's after Harry Potter. But why? And why do the Dementors, the guards hired to protect him, chill Harry's very heart when others are unaffected? Once again, Rowling has created a mystery that will have children and adults cheering, not to mention standing in line for her next book.

    On the way to Hogwarts a Dementor boards the train, causing Harry to faint. Harry, Ron, and Hermione learn that the Dementors will be patrolling the school in an attempt to catch Black. They have a fun lesson on Boggarts and then learn about more Dark Creatures.

    When Lupin supposedly falls ill, the much hated Potions Master Professor Snape temporarily takes over teaching Defence Against the Dark Arts and torments the class, much to their dismay. At Hogwarts, Harry has several problems with the Dementors, including an episode at a Quidditch match during which he faints and falls off his broomstick from high in the air.

    His broom is blown away and smashed by the Whomping Willow.

    Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

    On an unauthorised visit to the village of Hogsmeade thanks to The Marauder's Map , given to him by George Weasley and Fred Weasley , Harry overhears some of his teachers talking with Fudge about Black. They reveal that Black was a friend of Harry's parents but he betrayed them and gave Voldemort access to their house. They also mention that Black killed twelve Muggles and his former friend Peter Pettigrew. Ron and Hermione's friendship later suffers when Ron believes that Hermione's cat, Crookshanks , ate his rat, Scabbers.

    At Christmas Harry receives a mysterious present, a late-model Firebolt broom. Fearing it might be cursed, Hermione reports the gift to Professor McGonagall , which leads to more bad feelings between her and Ron and Harry. Ron, Hermione, and Harry join the effort to save Hagrid 's hippogriff, Buckbeak , from being executed for attacking Draco Malfoy , after Draco provoked him. Their efforts are unsuccessful, but Scabbers reappears shortly after they hear Buckbeak being executed.

    Ron chases Scabbers, only to be attacked by a big black dog, which Harry has seen several times before. Harry and Hermione follow, and there is a brief standoff when they find Ron with Sirius Black, who has transformed from the dog. Lupin enters, and they explain the situation to Harry and his friends: Lupin is a werewolf , which led to his friends James Potter , Sirius Black, and Peter Pettigrew becoming animagi. Lupin explains that Scabbers is Pettigrew in his animal form; he has been hiding from Black, whom he had framed for betraying Harry's parents and murdering the twelve Muggles.

    Snape arrives to apprehend Black but Harry, Ron, and Hermione knock him unconscious with the Expelliarmus charm. Lupin and Black transform Pettigrew back into human form and prepare to kill him, but they are stopped by Harry, as he feels his father would not have wanted it. He convinces them to send Pettigrew to Azkaban instead.

    As they move back toward Hogwarts, Lupin turns into a werewolf and becomes violent, having missed a dose of his Wolfsbane potion. Pettigrew escapes again, and Black prevents Lupin from attacking the others in werewolf form.

    Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by JK Rowling - review

    After trying to escape from the werewolf Harry and Black reach a lake where the Dementors approach Harry and Black. Harry, Ron and Hermione, spend another magical year at Hogwarts, where Harry learns far more about his past then he could have expected.

    JK Rowling's words have a curious habit of coming to life, and her characters are funny, and realistic. One of the greatest things about Harry Potter, is that they improve with each book, and you can clearly glimpse the clever, intricate plot Rowling has wove, with cleverly placed foreshadowing and seemingly innocent hints.

    Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban - Wikibooks, open books for an open world

    This book is undoubtedly darker than the previous ones, as Harry learns more and more about the sinister forces that threaten the wizarding world. The characters begin to get more developed and more complex, and an awful lot more interesting. I must warn you though, that once you begin, you'll find it almost impossible to stop!

    Once you finish, you'll be skimming through it again, finding seemingly obvious clues, thinking 'How did I miss that?! If that wasn't enough to get you interested, the Harry Potter covers have recently been redesigned, and they are even more stunning than ever!

    The Prisoner of Azkaban cover is by far my favourite: Harry heroically brandishing a wand, from which a silver stag has erupted! Want to tell the world about a book you've read?

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