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The Book of Harry Potter Trifles, Trivias, and Particularities Paperback – November 28, 2007
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The book includes three levels of trivia, by difficulty; even the youngest fans can probably manage the easiest questions, and even hard-core followers will be challenged by the highest level. It may also spur you to re-read chapters or entire books of Rowling's works; it draws not only on all 7 books of the series, but on related works like "Fantastic Beasts" and "Quidditch Through The Ages". The answers are of course included, along with references to the source material.
The writing style pays homage to Rowling's tone and world feel, while being highly readable and entertaining.
This book would make a wonderful gift for fans of all ages. I wish I'd found time to read this before Christmas, but there are always birthdays. There's enough material, both in the differently themed chapters and the different difficulty levels, to keep anybody occupied for weeks.
This is a wonderful book to have, as it will demand the reader go pick up copies of the stories and read them again with a closer eye. I can see how it would be great fun for groups of friends or at birthday parties. Anyone who ever wanted to play Harry Potter Jeopardy only needs a copy this book to help set up the board.
~Logospilgrim, author of 'Bring forth the best robes: a spiritual understanding of Severus Snape'
Ms. Maltese has gathered an incredible range of facts and tidbits from seemingly nowhere. The book itself is divided into individual quests, or areas of knowledge, then further broken down into three levels of difficulty: salamander, phoenix, and dragon. I knew I was in trouble when I started missing phoenix questions!
Fortunately, the answers are supplied at the end of the chapter, along with some fun trivia bits. I actually went and double-checked some of those answers for accuracy, and the book was right every time.
This book would be a great at a party, or for a fund-raiser trivia quiz. I think this would also be a great idea translated into other languages, since many of the character names are completely different in each country.
My hat is off to Ms. Maltese and her impeccable research skills. I challenge all Potter fans to try their hand and test their Potter knowledge!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Awesome book! The quizzes are very nice with varying levels of difficulty. The book is well presented with an nice easy to read layout. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Ramesh Shankar
There are some mispelling and wrong answers but there is a good mix of questions at varying challenge levels. Read morePublished on November 8, 2013 by Jay
My question is how did this book get *****. (5 stars)
The questions are SO easy.
who how what and why.
totally not worth $$.¢¢
A good book, but if you're a real Harry Potter fan, you'll easily find answers that are incomplete or incorrect, reports my son, the REAL Harry Potter expert in our family. Read morePublished on June 10, 2011 by Sally Thoman
i thought this book was relly fn and challenging, however i found some mistakes in the answers for the last quiz section. Read morePublished on January 30, 2011 by barbara rudini
A wonderful resource for trivia questions about the Harry Potter series, with questions at three reading levels so that everyone can have fun participating. Read morePublished on October 12, 2010 by Kathy Baldauf
A decent compilation of facts, with nice references to the books in almost all cases. An unnecessary book, as far as my collection of HP exegises and discussions goes; maybe a... Read morePublished on September 20, 2010 by Bryce Stevens
on all the questions. so far sooooooooooo good. this book is GREAT!!!!!!!! i say this is the best harry potter triva book ever!!!!!!!!Published on September 8, 2010
It's surprising how much I missed in the series. We've read the books multiple times, saw every movie. Read morePublished on February 3, 2010 by L. Grzegorzewski