Pottermore Publishing, the digital publisher of JK Rowling’s Wizarding World franchise, said this week that new covers for the Harry Potter novels will be released for eBooks and audiobooks, updating the design of the franchise. It’s not uncommon for ebooks and other similar items to undergo periodic changes in appearance, both to better suit the platform and to capture the interest of someone browsing through their library and seeing something new”. The new cover invites the next generation of readers and listeners to get in on the action and experience the Harry Potter books on their phones, tablets, e-readers and other devices, bringing iconic and lesser-known scenes from these stories to life beloved in exciting detail for fans and new readers. The new covers, designed by Studio La Plage, bring sets from the books to life, including some that have never been seen before, such as Harry’s Great Lake work in Goblet of Fire.
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Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone: When Harry plays Quidditch, he seems to be the happiest, as evidenced by this colorful depiction of his match against Slytherin. Strong reds are used in this image to emphasize the vibrancy of the wizarding sport, as well as a tribute to Harry’s Gryffindor house colors. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets: In the second volume, Harry and Ron find themselves in a terrible scenario, stuck in a flying automobile that has crashed into the Whomping Willow, Hogwarts’ deadliest tree. The dazzling night sky here matches the blue of Arthur Weasley’s favorite Muggle vehicle, while the area is lit by both car headlights and the lights of Hogwarts and Hagrid’s hut.
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban) (Harry Potter and the third cover of the Harry Potter book, bathed in purple, focuses on the scenario of the Knight Bus, in which Harry is forced to do a decision to flee the Dursleys after blowing up his Aunt Marge. Luckily, he was picked up by a convenient three-decker bus. With Harry on the run and Hedwig by his side, this cover evokes a sense of peril, as the novels begin to explore darker subject matter in this episode. Harry Potter’s fourth book, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, takes us to new depths in the wizarding world. In the case of this cover, Harry is shown under the water, braving the Great Lake at Hogwarts. The storyline is drawn from the Triwizard Tournament, which is the main plot thread of this book, focusing on Harry’s second mission as the reluctant champion of Hogwarts. enigmatic of the v Harry’s underwater journey is encapsulated by the mysterious greens and blues of this cov uh. Sharp-eyed Harry Potter aficionados might notice a few amusing features in the background!
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix: This cover features Hermione Granger, Harry’s best friend, facing off against the Death Eaters at the Ministry of Magic’s Department of Mysteries. When Voldemort’s followers confront Harry and his friends, the scene in which they try to locate the prophecy that foretells his future turns into chaos. Note the ethereal quality of the Prophecy Orbs, as well as Hermione’s wand, which flashes dangerously red in the middle of her spell. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince: Only Albus Dumbledore could take the stage in the sixth novel. This harrowing scene, in which Harry and his mentor enter a dark cave of horrors, is depicted in menacing green tones, illuminated by a secret potion that Dumbledore must swallow in order to unearth a vital item essential in the quest to fight Voldemort.
Deathly Hallows: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Finally, it all comes crashing down in this action-packed final cover, which depicts Harry’s climactic showdown with Lord Voldemort. His position in the Great Hall of Hogwarts, the very place where Harry began his wizarding career, brings the story full circle, for Harry must be braver than he ever was. the urgent, swirling pops of color that envelop this scene capture that clash of enemies perfectly.