Harry potter and the half blood prince book cover pictures
Cover art | Harry Potter Wiki | FANDOM powered by WikiaReal talk: I love the new covers. I even like the new title font. These covers remind me a bit of The Magic Tree House books. For a quick refresher course, here are the other new covers that recently came out from Scholastic. I love these covers, too.
New Harry Potter covers revealed
In addition, she sketched a wonderful collection of additional iconic scenes from the books. The Swedish editions of the Harry Potter books have some of the most gorgeous cover artwork of any international translation. All seven books are illustrated by artist Alvaro Tapia who has had artwork commissioned by popular publications including Billboard and Rolling Stone. The iconic scene is set against the Whomping Willow and an interesting hunched depiction of the Dementors of Azkaban. The Chinese Harry Potter book covers are some of the more uniquely drawn of the international editions. Harry and Dumbledore, wands alight, are set against a lovely blue-green backdrop of ocean and rock.
Since the publication of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone in , many publishers have created new editions of each book with new cover art provided by various illustrators. Bloomsbury is the British publication that has created both adult and children's covers. The adult edition usually depicts an object or place that plays a key part in the plot while the children's one features a major event in the book. Bloomsbury have commissioned many illustrators to design the cover. In , they had woodcut artist Andrew Davidson create new cover art for the paperback adult edition. Other artists commissioned by Bloomsbury to create full set of covers include Clare Melinsky and Jonny Duddle.
Rowling and the sixth and penultimate novel in the Harry Potter series. Set during protagonist Harry Potter's sixth year at Hogwarts , the novel explores the past of Harry's nemesis, Lord Voldemort , and Harry's preparations for the final battle against Voldemort alongside his headmaster and mentor Albus Dumbledore. The book was published in the United Kingdom by Bloomsbury , and in the United States by Scholastic on 16 July , as well as in several other countries. There were many controversies before and after it was published, including the right to read the copies delivered prior to the release date in Canada. Reception to the novel was generally positive and it won several awards and honours, including the British Book of the Year award. Reviewers noted that the book took on a darker tone than its predecessors, though it did contain some humour. Some considered the main themes to be love, death, trust, and redemption.