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PostSubject: History Books   Sun Jan 06 2008, 23:44


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There are 10 parts to this class, but you may do as many or as little as you wish. Your task is to pitch a history book, as it relates to the magical world.

You may pitch up to 10 books, and each pitch must be 100- 300 words long. Each pitch is worth up to 10 pts, the more creative you are the better your score will be.













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Wands Through The Ages by Oreo Tumnus

Discover the secrets behind the ancient art of wand making! No other tool in the wizarding world is as necessary as a wizard's wand. Journey through history of wands, read about the dangerous testing of wand cores, uncover the mysteries of how a wand "chooses" his master. Features famous wands complete with pictures! See what legendary witches and wizards may have shared your wand's characteristics. Take the wand matching quiz to see if your wand is right for you! Oreo Tumnus spent years researching this instant classic, working under the tutelage of the infamous Olivander.
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PostSubject: Re: History Books   Sat Jan 12 2008, 21:08

1.Luna Lovegood and her ridicules but true creatures

Throughout most of her life Luna Lovegood has been mocked and ridiculed by fellow students who didn’t believe her when she told others about magical creatures that no one ever heard of. It is true that there is still yet to be discovered the Nargles as to which her and her father believes are still out there eluding capture but she had discovered many other magical creatures that we all had laughed at. Who would have had known that the lionseptius was real, a creature with a lion head and a snake body, and only came out when a duck and a pigeon would sing to a flower or even a panterilliy, a creature that looks like a flower but can turn into a panther when it hunts its prey which consists of cows and goats. Along with those that creatures that are discovered there is also a detailed description of those creatures that are yet to be discovered and a complete interview with Luna Lovegood herself.

2.The Founding Fathers Secrets

We all know about the founding fathers and this part in finding Hogwarts and what they gave to the school but we don’t know that much about them before Hogwarts came to be. After many years of research we have finally found shoking information about each of the founders. Did you know that Rowena wasn’t the smartest child in her family instead it was her sister Silica. Did you know that Salazar was once the nicest and caring guy in his neighborhood and always helped out others no matter what he was doing. Godric wasn’t the bravest one around, when he was little he used to be terrified of badgers which Helga had once tricked Godric into getting into a room filled with about twenty of them. These are just some of the secrets that the founding fathers had, pick this book to read more about them.

3.Knockturn Alley: Pleasantest place on earth?

No, you didn’t read that title wrong, Knockturn Alley had used to be the most pleasant place to be. Before Diagon Alley was built, Knockturn Alley was a great place for witches and wizards to go to get anything magic related. There used to be twice the many stores there than there is today and always had Auror’s watching over it making sure that no one did many wrong. With the Auror’s everywhere no one dared to steal or rob the many stores that littered the streets. Then Francis Diagon came and built Diagon Alley. Many of the stores moved their location to Diagon Alley and the other stores relating to the Dark Arts stayed in Knockturn Alley. With the lack of customers being there the Auror’s left and that’s when Kockturn started to get it’s bad reputation. Read this book and find out more about the friendly side of Knockturn Alley and the many crimes that had happened there once Diagon Alley came to be.

4.Hogwarts and the many Headmasters and Headmistresses

Hogwarts has been around for years making it able for many witches and wizards in Europe to go to school and learn all there is to magic. With their knowledge here they are then able to use it to get successive jobs in the future but did you know anything about the many Headmasters and Headmistresses that were in charged of the school? Inside this book you will learn about the many that have came to Hogwarts and what they gave to the school. Read about Albus Dumbledore one of the greatest Headmasters Hogwarts has ever seen or even one of the less known ones like Virginia Weathers.

[5].Hogwarts Express ran by Muggles?[/b]

We all know about that great train that takes students from platform nine and three quarters to Hogwarts but did you know that it used to be ran by Muggles. You heard me right, before Hogwarts was created by the founding fathers, the Hogwarts Express used to be called the King’s Cross Express. This train’s main purpose was to get the Prime Minster to his or her destination in time. Many times there has been other muggles who had tried to steal the Prime Minster during his travels each attempt was not successive. Many claimed that it was magic that protected him but do you think that that was what it was? Read this book and find out more.

6. Rigging of the Qudditch World Cup

In 1845 there was a a man by the name of Charles Fredrick Hansel Mandel. Mandel loved the team the Cucumbers but his beloved team just could never make it to the World Cup. One year after seeing his chosen team lose for the twentieth time in a row, Mendel decided that he was going to take matters into his own hands. Mendel ended up blackmailing all of the Qudditch teams except for the Walliflowers, the only team that the Cucumbers could beat, just so that his team could make it to the World Cup. Here you can read about all of the methods that he had thought of and find out what had happened to him when he admitted to what he did.

7.Molly Fandel, Seer of all?

Many have heard of Molly Fandel, a Seer who claimed that everything she had predicted she had Seen herself, but is that true? New evidence have been found that claims otherwise. It is true that everything that Fandel had said she had Seen did come true but the recent evidence found claims that it was Rachael Mathers Cotton Rezba who predicted everything. Rezba would have these visions throughout the entire day and each time she saw something she would write it down on a piece of paper and then continued on with what she was doing. Fandel would then come and take these papers and memorize everything that was written there before she destroyed it. Read this book to find out more about this.

8.You Know Who’s Rise and Fall

Everyone knows about You Know Who. The terrible wizard that had risen to power and was determined to destroy all Muggles and any wizards who was either Muggles borns or who was against all of the Muggle killings. Then the great wizard came, Harry Potter, who during the Final Battle and came and defeated the Dark Lord just when everyone thought that he was dead. In this book is a biography of He Who Must Not Be Named and also many guesses as to what made him go bad. Along with that is a detailed describe of one of the bystanders that watched Harry Potter defeat the wizard.

9.The Hallows: Fact or Fairy Tail?

Many have heard of the tale of the Hallows, the tail about three wizards that ran into Death and Death had given them three items: a cloak, a resurrection stone and a wand that cannot be defeated by anyone, but there are a few of those that believe that they are in fact real. They claim that when all three are brought together that the user will be able to defeat Death itself but how can items that powerful be real. In this book is the full story and many accounts of those who had claimed to of have seen them.

10.Salam Witch Trails

The Muggles have written many books about this event that had happened. Some of the so called wizards that they burned were Muggles but they did get some actual witches and wizards and tried to burn them too, which did not really do much to them. In this book read the detailed accounts of those wizards who was burned themselves and what they did to prevent the fire from hurting them. Also there is a biography about one witch who loved to be burned at the stack that she would come up with many disguises and have the Muggles burn her countless times.
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PostSubject: Re: History Books   Mon Jan 14 2008, 20:09

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1. When Walls Can Talk – An Inside Look At A School by Olivia Cole

With the use of the portraits that line the walls of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, Miss Olivia Cole has managed to bring together a unique look at the legendary school with many surprises inside. From the dungeons to the North Tower, teachings to scandal, the paintings have seen it all, many from the beginning. Dive into this enthralling read, and find yourself learning things you had never dreamt of as you travel through time – from the school’s founding to today, When Walls Can Talk covers it all. If you have ever wondered about the full story about this mystifying school, then this book is for you!
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2. Who Was Merope Gaunt? by Vincent Stanwood

Vincent Stanwood, a brilliant young scholar recently graduated from the Trillibond University of Magic, has just released his first ever work. He is one of the few to dare to ask his title’s question – Who Was Merope Gaunt? Besides the name, which should be familiar to most, who was she really? How was it that she came to be the mother of the most powerful Dark Lord our world has ever seen? But this intrepid man has taken it many steps further, posing deeper questions like: What Was Her Upbringing? How Did She Meet Tom Sr.? Did She Know? What Was She Thinking? Though those seem impossible questions to ask – and to answer, even more so – Stanwood used his remarkable resources to delve further into this mystery than any, and help us to understand, at long last, this long misunderstood witch.
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3. Kept In The Dark – The Secretive Wizarding World by Wendy Morgan

As we all know, the Muggles are blissfully unaware of our existence. But is that how it should be? Is it really fair to keep so much of the population, as the title states, in the dark about magic? Wendy Morgan doesn’t search out an answer in this book, but wills you to think about it and come up with an answer for yourself. Learn about the history of our relationships with Muggles, and see how it really could work today. With her cunning use of emotional appeals and logical points, Morgan will have your head spinning with what our world could be. Leave your prejudices aside when you open this book, and they just may disappear while you’re reading.
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4. The Flying Carpet – a Dying Transport? by Norman Dillingham

What has happened to this (used to be ordinary) form of transportation? The majestic carpet has all but disappeared from the skies, the market, and even rarely makes an appearance in second-hand stores. Norman Dillingham has traveled throughout Europe on a three year journey to seek out an answer, and what he has found will not be comforting to lovers of the flying carpet. With broomsticks becoming more affordable and Apparation licenses more easily obtained, it would seem that the carpet has all but disappeared. But you’ll need to read it for yourself to see - it’s time for the world to see what has become of the carpet.
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5. Monsters Misunderstood by Maggie Bucklin

Ever wonder what part the Wizarding world had in common Muggle misconceptions about the “monsters” of their world? After all, we all know that the Loch Ness monster is but an overgrown kelpie, “Bigfoot” sightings are just stray yetis, and that werewolves are harmless. Most of the time, anyway. But why are the Muggles so clueless? You and your kids will get a kick out of what the Muggles think of the creatures of our world, have fun discovering the surprises within the beautifully illustrated pages, and might even learn something about the relationship between Muggles and the Wizarding race on the way.
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6. Broomstick – The Hows, The Whys, The WOW! by Parker Bailey

The broomstick has seemed to always have been around – but has it? When and where did witches and wizards begin making brooms? And when did that lead to the early beginnings of the Wizarding world’s favorite pastime, Quidditch? All this and more are inside of Parker Bailey’s new book for the Quidditch fanatic and the average wizard who’d just like a little more background on the brilliant broom. Also, for the wizard wanting to try his own hand at at-home broom-making, there’s a section for that as well. This best-seller is sure to be a hit as a gift for any aged wizard, and for the coffee-table at home.
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PostSubject: Re: History Books   Tue Feb 05 2008, 10:45

History Books.



1) Wizarding Wears by Bluebell Patterson
Ever wondered what witches and wizards used to wear in the dawn of time? Well wonder no more as within this book you can see complete with pictures how each generation developed throughout the years to get the elaborate clothing we wear today. Bluebell Patterson has travelled far and wide travelling to many different parts of the world to gather information and pictures to bring you this well anticipated book of Wizard Clothing. This book also includes pictures and information of the school uniforms worn throughout the Wizarding world. Including uniforms worn in Durmstrang academy when it first opened.
In this all time classical book Bluebell Patterson brings the clothing to life with her humorous yet sophisticated way of describing. This will surly be a book marvelled throughout time.
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2) Ancient Wizarding movements by Dandy Randle
Has the standard of which our magic is performed lessened. As witches and wizards have we dropped our standards and become sloppy in the ancient art work of wand movements. In this book Dandy Randle discusses the movements used when casting spells and compares them to how they are done now. With diagrams placed within it enables the reader to stay some of the footwork and stances used to cast spells many years ago. This all time favourite classic will not only give the reader an insight as to how spell casting was done in the Ancient Wizarding world but also improve their skills by guiding them through step by step. After ploughing through the pages of this wondrous book I assure you, that you spells will never be cast the same again.
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3) Giant Wars by Crystal Lloyd
The Giants a forgotten civilisation once constantly at war against the Wizarding world. Within this book Crystal Lloyd will take us on an in-depth journey through the wars that continued to rage throughout the county between Giants and Wizards. Her attractive vocabulary makes it seem to the reader as though they are really there watching from the outskirts as the battles rage. Crystals an expert at her profession drawing knowledge from unknown places. This book entitles the reader to have knowledge that was once unknown to the current Wizarding society. Throughout the book the reader will be continually marvelled at her skill work and how ‘Gragarzan’, a giant leader, once took a minister hostage. It has always seemed that the Giants were our enemies but within this book our judgement may be questioned. Crystal Lloyd continues to amaze people throughout the pages of her work.
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4) The life of Wander Wirlhops her Autobiography
After the death of the well known singer, Wander Wirlhops, little was know about her life apart from her singing. Though upon a search of her belongs it came to notice that she had completed what seemed like an autobiography. And now after these many years without her beautiful singing we are able to appreciate her by learning of the hardship of her life. Of how in the noble house of Helga Hufflepuff this quite choir girl struggled with her exams. Of how she got into the singing business and how she managed to keep things so secretive. Wander Wirlhops opens up her life for the reader to see and enjoy in this most compelling book. Her autobiography also includes songs never released. A wand is required to listen.
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5) The Founders Four by Ophelia Bottomly
Long ago our wonderful Hogwarts was created by the four most celebrated witches and wizards. Rowena Ravenclaw, Salazar Slytherin, Helga Hufflepuff and Godric Gryffindor. Within the pages of this book Ophelia re-tells the famous tale of how the four met with a new twist upon the events. Her recount of the tale may change your view upon the tale forever. Ophelia has also included for us wonderful drawings done by the ingenious Rowena Ravenclaw. Her work brings a whole new light of the argument which meant to the leaving of Salazar having information come from sources that many other authors would die to get their hands on. This classic tale told in a whole different life is something the whole family can enjoy again and again.
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6) The History of Caster academy by Fizzy Wilks
The famous American academy’s tale retold here. To many British Wizarding folk it is both interesting and intriguing to see how another Wizarding school in a fellow country such as America should work. Within this book Fizzy Wilks looks at the education system used and the different criteria. Many wonders that have always confused us such as the pronunciation of spells and different wand work used by the witches of Caster academy. Fizzy Wilks and American moved to England also gives us an insight as to what it was like at Caster academy. This book enables the reader to compare to how things are here and the education system used. Giving them a wider understanding of the History of a fellow Wizarding school.
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7) Battle of the Broomsticks by Violet Astly
In this intriguing novel Violet Astly gives us the History of the ever useful broomstick. Of how it was first created and first used and the adaptation of broomsticks to how they are now. Violet Astly not only looks at the development of the broomstick but also of its uses and why a broomstick was used. Giving a Historical judgement Violet Astly is able to make us think twice before running into the garden to get the ever popular broomstick. Why is it that in practically every Wizarding household throughout the world at least one broomstick is held in possession. Violet Astly is here to tell us of how that came to be in this ever outstanding book she battles with us to try and change our view on the second most common Wizarding item.
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8) The Daily Prophet by Rose Witherspone
The Daily Prophet a newspaper which has been around for as long as I can remember. Giving information on the daily happenings in the Wizarding world. Entertaining and enlightening family’s throughout the county. Rose Witherspone takes us through some of the most memorable articles inside this spectacular book. Brining back memories on famous events from the dawn of time. Such as the first ever front page article ever printer on the Daily Prophet. With funny memories this is a classic book for any family to gather round and collectively take a trip down memory lane. Rose Witherspone brings back to life some of the most forgotten articles written by our favourite Journalists.
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9) Famous Battles throughout History by Donna Cooper
A newly updated version of Famous battles throughout History, now including an account by Harry Potter. This book has been marvelled throughout history by many fans and used throughout the European schools. This book has been passed down from generation to generation retelling the horrific tales of the battles in our past. Including those against magical creatures and alike. Such as the goblin wars. Donna Cooper who has written the past three editions of Famous Battles throughout History has continued to amaze us with her vast knowledge and in-depth to the wars that have happened throughout the years. Not only does she give a re-account of the famous battles but makes a historical judgment on them which is both humorous and informative.
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10) The fall of the dark lord by Rita skeeter
Rita Skeeter former journalist for the daily prophet and know writer to revealing the truth about Lord voldemort when the ministry chose to ignore the fact that he was back. Rita Skeeter is known for informing us of every bit of information and Rita gives us a most intriguing re-tail of the fall of the dark lord. Giving us facts unknown to anyone else apart from those who suffered within the battle field. Rita includes not only the amazing information of how the infamous Harry James Potter defeated the dark lord but small comical information such as the kiss shared between a Mr Ronald Weasly and a Miss Hermione Granger mid battle. Giving a most peculiar view on how Harry Potter defeated the dark lord we can be sure that Rita’s book will be read throughout time as she tells of the possibly most greatest battle in the Wizarding History.
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PostSubject: Re: History Books   Tue Feb 05 2008, 21:15

Aunt Spazzy and Me: Personal Reflections on Bellatrix Lestrange by Draco Malfoy
"Rumors about Bellatrix Lestrange run rampant, like a streaker at a Quidditch game. Nobody seems to know the truth about this human-like monster (and I say "human-like" only because she bears a vague resemblance to a female human). It was, undoubtedly, these rumors that drove you to pick up this book. You wanted the truth, and who better to share the truth about her than her nephew? Nobody, that's who.
"I'll tell you one truth right now: She wasn't crazy. Honestly, she wasn't. She was psychotic. Loopy. Her mind was gone."
So begins this irreverent look at the life of perhaps the most notorious Death Eater. Her nephew (now reformed) offers a caustic, darkly humorous perspective on the life of "Aunt Spazzy--" which, he explains, is the most polite nickname he ever gave her.

His Secret War: The Biography of Severus Snape
"I thought he was just a jerk. I thought he was a Potions teacher who had taken it upon himself to hate me because he hated my father. I'm sorry to say I hated him back, because once I peeled away the layers of ugliness, I saw his true character and I liked what I saw. It wasn't until the end I learned the truth." (Harry Potter, page 4)
This biography traces the life of an unsung hero of the Second War: a traitor who gave his life for those who didn\'t even know of his loyalty. Told in a series of interviews with his friends, colleagues and students, the story of Severus Snape will haunt you long after the last page is turned.

Dementors in Our Society by Johann Rymore
Dementors have only been used in Azkaban for a relatively short period of time, but in that period they have left a lasting impact on us. The psychological scars of Azkaban prisoners is just the beginning. They affect us in ways we can't even imagine. They surround certain Muggles without our knowing, enhancing their emotional pain while they are unable to fight back. On wizards and Muggles with horrific memories, the results of a dementor's presence can be catastrophic. Rymore offers a convincing argument for the removal of dementors from society--before it's too late.

The Life and Lies of Rita Skeeter
Rita Skeeter. The name is synonymous with fame, superior interviewing skills and notoriety. "She was somebody who stirred up trouble wherever she could, just for the hell of it," says Harry Potter. But was she more than just a troublemaker? Did her penchant for splashing gossip on the pages of the Daily Prophet stem from more than just a desire for attention? Could it be possible that Rita Skeeter actually believed what she wrote? Was this notorious woman a pathological liar? That is the question so brilliantly explored here.

Another World, Another Time
Middle-Earth, land of tall, fair elves, gruff dwarves, tiny hobbits and dreaded Nazgul.
Narnia, land of talking animals and witches gone bad.
Oz, where a little girl who wants nothing more than to get home is aided by good witches and living scarecrows.
A common trend in Muggle literature is so-called fantasy worlds; worlds that can not and do not exist. Or can they? Are these worlds merely creations from the minds of brilliant Muggles, or are they worlds actually visited by their authors? Explore these worlds--and the possibility that they exist--here.
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PostSubject: Re: History Books   Fri Feb 15 2008, 20:58

Wow, I really wish I could get my hands on some of the books you guys came up with!

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