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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Movie Poster Book by Scholastic Inc Book Summary:
This collection contains 30 full-size portraits of the actors from the Harry Potter films, including Daniel Radcliffe (Harry), Rupert Grint (Ron), Emma Watson (Hermoine), and Robbie Coltrane (Hagrid). Full color. Consumable.
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Pull-Out Poster Book by J. K. Rowling Book Summary:
Each page in this book is perforated, so it can be pulled out and stuck up on the wall. Laugh when Harry makes Aunt Marge expand like a balloon, shiver at the Dementors, and cheer Harry on in his Quidditch matches against Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw and Slytherin.
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Easy Piano by John Williams,Dan Coates Book Summary:
This spectacular souvenir folio comes loaded with full-color and black and white photos from the newest blockbuster Harry Potter film. Titles: Aunt Marge's Waltz * Buckbeak's Flight * Double Trouble * Hagrid the Professor * Hedwig's Theme * The Snowball Fight * A Window to the Past * A Winter's Spell.
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Painting Book by J. K. Rowling Book Summary:
There are 15-20 little pots of paint on the cover flap at the back of this book. Just choose a black and white scene based on the movie Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban to colour in, open the paint flap, dip a wet brush into one of the pots, and paint away.
Time Travel and Harry Potter by Richard H. Jones Book Summary:
All the twists and turns of time travel in J. K. Rowlings Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azakaban are fun, but understanding them is also hard. For example, how does Harry get past the Dementor attack so that he can time travel latter and save himself from the Dementor attack? Isnt that impossible? Richard Jones explains how this might in fact be possible and examines more generally how time travel works in the book, along with its problems. For example, did Harry and Hermione change history? Did Harry and Hermione have free will for what they did or were their actions fixed in advance? If we can time-travel to save Sirius and Buckbeak, why cant we time-travel to save others? What did Professor Dumbledore know and when did he know it? Did Hermione get younger by all her time-traveling during the school year? Jones answers these and many other questions. He also extensively discusses fans competing theories of how time travel works in the Prisoner of Azakaban. Also included is a brief introduction to the theories of time and time travel in physics and philosophy that are utilized in science fiction and other time travel stories, along with a bibliography of relevant works. Do physicists and philosophers think time is real? Is time-travel possible at all? Can we in fact change the past? After finishing this book, you will have a much greater understanding of J. K. Rowlings work, how it relates to other time-travel fiction, and also a better appreciation of the problems of time and time-travel in general.
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. Ravenclaw Edition by J.k. Rowling Book Summary:
Let the magic of J.K. Rowling's classic Harry Potter series take you back to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Issued to mark the 20th anniversary of first publication ofHarry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, this irresistible Ravenclaw House Edition celebrates the noble character of the Hogwarts house famed for its wit, learning and wisdom. Harry's third year at Hogwarts is packed with thrilling Ravenclaw moments, including the appearance of the inimitable Professor Trelawney! With vibrant sprayed edges in Ravenclaw house livery, the book features beautiful house-themed cover artwork with intricate bronze foiling. With an exciting, bespoke introduction exploring the history of Ravenclaw House, and exclusive insights into the use of the Patronus Charm by favourite Ravenclaw characters, the book also boasts a spectacular image by Kate Greenaway winner Levi Pinfold of Cho Chang conjuring her Patronus. All seven books in the series will be issued in these highly collectable, beautifully crafted House Editions, designed to be treasured and read for years to come. A must-have for anyone who has ever imagined sitting under the Sorting Hat in the Great Hall at Hogwarts waiting to hear the words, 'Better be RAVENCLAW!'
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by J.K. Rowling (Book Analysis) by Bright Summaries Book Summary:
Unlock the more straightforward side of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban with this concise and insightful summary and analysis! This engaging summary presents an analysis of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by J.K. Rowling, which follows the Boy Who Lived during his third year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. This year, the school is guarded by Dementors, sinister hooded creatures sent by the Ministry of Magic as a defence against the escaped murderer Sirius Black who is pursuing Harry. Assisted by Hermione, Ron and the new Defence Against the Dark Arts teacher Remus Lupin, Harry faces a race against time to prevent Voldemort’s return and find out the truth about his parents’ murder. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban is the third novel in J.K. Rowling’s bestselling seven-book series, which has inspired films, video games, board games and even a theme park. Rowling is now a household name around the world, and her other books include The Casual Vacancy (2012) and The Cuckoo’s Calling (2013), which was published under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith. Find out everything you need to know about Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban in a fraction of the time! This in-depth and informative reading guide brings you: • A complete plot summary • Character studies • Key themes and symbols • Questions for further reflection Why choose BrightSummaries.com? Available in print and digital format, our publications are designed to accompany you on your reading journey. The clear and concise style makes for easy understanding, providing the perfect opportunity to improve your literary knowledge in no time. See the very best of literature in a whole new light with BrightSummaries.com!
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Teacher Guide by Elizabeth Klar,Novel Units, Inc. Staff Book Summary:
For twelve long years, the dread fortress of Azkaban held an infamous prisoner named Sirius Black. Convicted of killing thirteen people with a single curse, he was said to be the heir apparent to the Dark Lord, Voldemort. Now he has escaped, leaving only two clues as to where he might be headed: Harry Potter's defeat of You-Know-Who was Black's downfall as well. And the Azkban guards heard Black muttering in his sleep, "He's at Hogwarts...he's at Hogwarts." Harry Potter isn't safe, not even within the walls of his magical school, surrounded by his friends. Because on top of it all, there may well be a traitor in their midst.
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by Patrick Keating Book Summary:
An essential work of twenty-first-century cinema, Alfonso Cuarón’s 2004 film Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban is an elegant exemplar of contemporary cinematic trends, including serial storytelling, the rise of the fantasy genre, digital filmmaking, and collaborative authorship. With craft, wonder, and wit, the film captures the most engaging elements of the novel while artfully translating its literary point of view into cinematic terms that expand on the world established in the book series and previous films. In this book, Patrick Keating examines how Cuarón and his collaborators employ cinematography, production design, music, performance, costume, dialogue, and more to create the richly textured world of Harry Potter—a world filtered principally through Harry’s perspective, characterized by gaps, uncertainties, and surprises. Rather than upholding the vision of a single auteur, Keating celebrates Cuarón’s direction as a collaborative achievement that resulted in a family blockbuster layered with thematic insights.
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (Novel Study) by Keith Whittington Book Summary:
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban is about a killer who breaks out of the prison in order to finish what he started years ago — to kill Harry Potter. Our unit provides teachers with a highly structured format for teaching language arts as students develop a love for reading longer materials like novels. Various areas such as reading comprehension, vocabulary development, spelling, grammar, and writing are all entwined in this integrated approach, eliminating the need for teaching these skills separately. This Novel Study provides a teacher and student section with a variety of activities, chapter questions and answer key to create a well-rounded lesson plan.
Keeper of the Lost Cities by Shannon Messenger Book Summary:
At age 12, Sophie learns that the remarkable abilities that have always made her different from others actually identify her as an elf, and after being brought to Eternalia to hone her skills, she discovers that she has secrets buried in her memory for which some would kill.
Harry Potter - A Journey Through A History of Magic by British Library Book Summary:
The official companion book to the British Library exhibition and the ultimate gift for Harry Potter fans! As the British Library unveils a very special new exhibition in the UK, Harry Potter: A History of Magic, readers everywhere are invited on an enchanting journey through the Hogwarts curriculum, from Care of Magical Creatures and Herbology to Defense Against the Dark Arts, Astronomy, and more in this eBook uncovering thousands of years of magical history.Prepare to be amazed by artifacts released from the archives of the British Library, unseen sketches and manuscript pages from J.K. Rowling, and incredible illustrations from artist Jim Kay. Discover the truth behind the origins of the Philosopher's Stone, monstrous dragons, and troublesome trolls; examine real-life wands and find out what actually makes a mandrake scream; pore over remarkable pages from da Vinci's notebook; and discover the oldest atlas of the night sky. Carefully curated by the British Library and full of extraordinary treasures from all over the world, this is an unforgettable journey exploring the history of the magic at the heart of the Harry Potter stories.
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Enchanted Postcard Book by Insight Editions Book Summary:
Rediscover the magic of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban with this enchanting collection of twenty removable postcards—including four lenticulars—capturing iconic moments from the film. The third movie in the Harry Potter film series, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban established several new locations, major characters, and important storylines. Now fans can relive the fun of the magical movie with this enchanting postcard book. Featuring four lenticular images and a 3-D cover, this book revisits classic moments and fan-favorite scenes from the movie with twenty postcards perfect for sharing with friends and family.
It Doesn't Hurt to be Nice! by Amisha Sethi Book Summary:
Kiara is a dynamic, thirty-something girl who has reached great heights professionally, and is the apple of the eye for almost everyone who knows her. But she never took any short cuts to become happier, wiser, healthier and more compassionate. She had to find rays of hope where the dark tunnel seemed unending, and identify shade in life's burning path. She found little pearls of wisdom in chasing her dreams, in spreading laughter, in learning from scriptures and philosophers, and even at one point in almost ending her life. More than Kiara's story and the wisdom she achieves through the various dramatic and hilarious experiences, this book is a motion picture with you in the lead role. You as the 'hero' who can beat the most stubborn of villains — most of which lie deep within us…our fear, unkindness, selfish interests, negative thoughts and jealousy. You as the 'heroine' who is sharp and witty in talking, selfless and caring in love, and charming and beautiful inside out, like none other (perhaps a 2.0 version of you). Walk with Kiara to find a better you, because It Doesn't Hurt to be Nice.
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (Book 3) by Rowling, J.K. Book Summary:
For twelve long years, the dread fortress of Azkaban held an infamous prisoner named Sirius Black. Convicted of killing thirteen people with a single curse, he was said to be the heir apparent to the Dark Lord, Voldemort, and might even have assisted in the deaths of James and Lily Potter—Harry Potter’s parents. Now Black has escaped, leaving only two clues as to where he might be headed: Harry Potter's defeat of You-Know-Who was Black's downfall as well. And the Azkaban guards heard him muttering in his sleep, "He’s at Hogwarts... he’s at Hogwarts." Of course, Harry already had plenty to worry about. After inflating his nasty aunt and running away on the magical Knight Bus, he finds he’s being pursued by death omens at every turn. He receives two wonderful gifts: a top-of-the-line Firebolt broomstick, and the Marauder’s Map, a magical diagram of Hogwarts made by the mysterious “Moony, Wormtail, Padfoot, and Prongs.” Hermione disappears frequently, burdened down by a seemingly impossible course schedule. And the soulless Dementors have come to guard Hogwarts—supposedly to protect Harry from Sirius Black, but they terrify Harry more than the fugitive ever could. To strengthen himself against them, Harry reaches out to Remus Lupin, the Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher who was once a friend of his father’s. Lupin teaches Harry about the Patronus Charm, a defensive measure well above the level of magic generally mastered by wizards Harry’s age. But even with his broom, his map, his magic, and his loyal friends, Harry isn't safe. Because on top of everything else, there’s a traitor hidden at Hogwarts…
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by Julia Reed Book Summary:
Who is the driver of the Knight Bus? What is the name of the Divination teacher? What happens the night of the Halloween Feast? Attention Harry Potter fans! How much do you REALLY know about Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban? Are you the ultimate expert on the boy who lived? Well now you can find out. See just how many questions you can answer correctly. Get the answer right and you will get some trivia about Harry Potter & the Prisoner of Azkaban that even YOU might not know. See how many you get right. Play against your friends then check your scores. Are you a Muggle or a Wizard? Find out today with this fun Harry Potter quiz and trivia book.
Student Workbook for Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by John Pennington Book Summary:
The Quick Student Workbooks are designed to get students thinking critically about the text they read and providing a guided study format to facilitate in improved learning and retention. Teachers and Homeschool Instructors may use them to improve student learning and organization. Students will construct and identify the following areas of knowledge. Character Identification Events Location Vocabulary Main Idea Conflict And more as appropriate to the text. This is a workbook for students to determine the above areas. This is not a study guide, cliff notes, or Teacher's guide.
There's an Owl in My Towel by Julia Donaldson Book Summary:
Lift the flaps in this beautiful board book from a bestselling partnership, and then enjoy the special online song written and performed by Julia Donaldson.There's an Owl in My Towel is a beautiful and engaging book for little ones from Julia Donaldson and Rebecca Cobb, the creators of the bestselling The Paper Dolls - with over 300,000 copies sold worldwide. It's tricky to have breakfast when there's a mole in your bowl! Gentle humour abounds as one baby's every activity is thwarted by a variety of surprising animals. But who wouldn't be happy to find a ted in their bed? Featuring satisfyingly simple rhyming text and charming illustrations on fresh white backgrounds, this gorgeous board book is a perfect gift. With big flaps to lift and irresistible actions throughout, children are sure to delight in joining in. And that's not all, because there's an online song to enjoy too! Written and recorded by Julia Donaldson, the wonderful 'There's an Owl in My Towel' song is the perfect accompaniment to the book and sure to become a favourite sing-along tune.
Harry Potter by BBC Worldwide Ltd,J. K. Rowling Book Summary:
Es sind Sommerferien und wieder einmal sitzt Harry bei den unmöglichen Dursleys im Ligusterweg fest. Doch diesmal treibt ihn größere Unruhe denn je - Warum schreiben seine Freunde Ron und Hermine nur so rätselhafte Briefe? Und vor allem: Warum erfährt er nichts über die dunklen Mächte, die inzwischen neu erstanden sind und sich unaufhaltsam über Harrys Welt verbreiten? Noch weiß er nicht, was der geheimnisvolle Orden des Phönix gegen Du-weißt-schon-wen ausrichten kann ... Als Harrys fünftes Schuljahr in Hogwarts beginnt, werden seine Sorgen nur noch größer. Die neue Lehrerin Dolores Umbridge macht ihm das Leben zur Hölle. Sie glaubt Harry einfach nicht, dass Voldemort zurück ist. Doch bald schlägt der Dunkle Lord wieder zu. Nun muss Harry seine Freunde um sich scharen, sonst gibt es kein Entrinnen.
Aspects of Good and Evil in "Harry Potter - The Prisoner of Azkaban" by Andreas Kellner Book Summary:
Seminar paper from the year 2002 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, grade: good minus, University of Münster (English Seminar), language: English, abstract: In novels and fictional stories we often meet good and evil characters, characters which fight each other. This fight between good and evil makes the story really interesting and exciting because it hurries the action along. But often the reader is not able to say which character really belongs to the good or the evil ones. It is the ambiguity of the characters and their changes during the story that grip the readers. This paper will have a look at one exemplary character and try to solve the question whether it is good or evil. Besides, the thesis that animals and creatures in The Prisoner of Azkaban cannot be categorized as clearly as the main characters will be dealt with. In this way different aspects of the terms "good" and "evil" shall be demonstrated. "Good" and "evil" represent a pair of opposites that is part of many stories and of our whole life. Actions which are against virtues and values, which are reprehensible and damnable, are generally seen as evil. Pleasure in destroying, in lying, in betraying and in being cruel, in neglecting the rights of human beings, these aspects are declared to be evil.1 They belong to actions and their consequences which are caused by human beings, for example torturing innocent people in a war. Due to St. Augustine, these are moral evils or deficiencies of man's will. He thinks of the moral evil as the true evil because human beings have free will and the choice to do good or evil. So it is their choice to commit evil actions or not.2 [...] 1 See Rudolf Eisler, ed. Wörterbuch der philosophischen Begriffe 1, 4th ed. (Berlin: Mittler und Sohn, 1927), p. 227. 2 See Ester S. Buchholz and Joshua K. Mandel, "Reaching for Virtue, Stumbling on Sin: Concepts of Good and Evil in a Postmodern Era.", Journal of Religion and Health 39.2, (2000): p. 130.
Daisy Kutter by Bolt City Productions Book Summary:
New West gunfighter Daisy Kutter tries to leave her outlaw ways behind and start a new life as the owner of a general store, but her past catches up with her, and she finds herself in the middle of a simple train robbery that turns complicated thanks to some nasty robots.
Forever by Maggie Stiefvater Book Summary:
In SHIVER, Grace and Sam found each other. In LINGER, they fought to be together. Now, in FOREVER, the stakes are even higher than before. Wolves are being hunted. Lives are being threatened. And love is harder and harder to hold on to as death comes closing in.
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull: Piano Solos by John Williams Book Summary:
The adventurous hero Indiana Jones makes his long-awaited return to theaters in the summer of 2008! Filled with the intrigue and drama characteristic of all the classic Indiana Jones films, the fourth release in the series features compelling plot lines and riveting characters, all brought to life by an incredible soundtrack. Selections from Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull features popular songs from the film, as composed by Academy Award winner John Williams. The book features all songs formatted for Piano Solos, plus 8 pages of artwork straight from the movie. Titles: Raiders March * Marion's Theme * Call of the Crystal * The Adventures of Mutt * Irina's Theme * Journey to Akator.
Heroism in the Harry Potter Series by Dr Katrin Berndt,Dr Lena Steveker Book Summary:
Taking up the various conceptions of heroism that are conjured in the Harry Potter series, this collection examines the ways fictional heroism in the twenty-first century challenges the idealized forms of a somewhat simplistic masculinity associated with genres like the epic, romance and classic adventure story. The collection's three sections address broad issues related to genre, Harry Potter's development as the central heroic character and the question of who qualifies as a hero in the Harry Potter series. Among the topics are Harry Potter as both epic and postmodern hero, the series as a modern-day example of psychomachia, the series' indebtedness to the Gothic tradition, Harry's development in the first six film adaptations, Harry Potter and the idea of the English gentleman, Hermione Granger's explicitly female version of heroism, adult role models in Harry Potter, and the complex depictions of heroism exhibited by the series' minor characters. Together, the essays suggest that the Harry Potter novels rely on established generic, moral and popular codes to develop new and genuine ways of expressing what a globalized world has applauded as ethically exemplary models of heroism based on responsibility, courage, humility and kindness.
Phoenix Rising: Collected Papers on Harry Potter, 17-21 May 2007 by Sharon K. Goetz Book Summary:
Phoenix Rising was a five-day conference devoted to all things Harry Potter held 17-21 May in New Orleans, Louisiana. The conference featured educational and academic programming presented by scholars, teachers, business and industry professionals, artists, librarians, fans, and others with an interest in the Harry Potter novels, films, and phenomenon. Narrate Conferences, Inc., a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, produces dynamic, innovative educational events for scholars, students, professionals and fans. Phoenix Rising was produced by Narrate Conferences, Inc., and was not endorsed, sanctioned or any other way supported, directly or indirectly, by Warner Bros. Entertainment, the Harry Potter book publishers, or J. K. Rowling and her representatives.
Asha & the Spirit Bird by Jasbinder Bilan Book Summary:
'I was swept along by Asha's story from the first page.' SARAH DRIVER, author of The Huntress trilogy Asha lives in the foothills of the Himalayas. Money is tight and she misses her papa who works in the city. When he suddenly stops sending his wages, a ruthless moneylender ransacks their home and her mother talks of leaving. From her den in the mango tree, Asha makes a pact with her best friend, Jeevan, to find her father and make things right. But the journey is dangerous: they must cross the world's highest mountains and face hunger, tiredness - even snow leopards. And yet, Asha has the unshakeable sense that the spirit bird of her grandmother - her nanijee - will be watching over her.