February 18, 2019 · 3:36 PM
Ahem. The Blue Tit or Cyanistes caeruleus – sporting vibrant colours of blue, yellow, white and green – are commonly found in Western Asia and all over the UK, exceptions being some Scottish islands. They’re fond of woodlands, hedgerows, parks, and gardens. They love to munch on insects, seeds, and nuts while they Netflix and chill.
Really, though. What did you think this post was about? Hmm?
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January 11, 2018 · 8:39 PM
Rated it: 4.5 stars
Read: December 2017
Read count: 2
See my review for The Tales of Beedle the Bard
The first time I read this it was a copy of my cousins, three years ago when I was visiting in England. A slim red paperback edition with Harry’s scribbles which I’d thoroughly enjoyed. I believe that being on the island, while not in Scotland where Hogwarts is, added more to the sublime atmosphere. At the time this was one of the three books of the Hogwarts Library Collection that I did not have.
Ah, but I remedied that recently and now I have in my possession the edition above published just last year. A gorgeous hardcover, smooth as a baby’s bum and has an illustration of a Runespoor, the three-headed serpent, on the back cover.
While sans scribbles it has a forward by the man himself, Newt Scamander, who briefly mentioned on the incidents in the movie adaptation of Fantastic Beasts which in my opinion was a brilliant touch for those of us who have watched the movie, fostering a sense of familiarity.
The introduction states what is considered a Being and a Beast and the controversies that have challenged and modified the definitions over the years; and how they’ve secretly coexisted with muggle-kind. Continue reading →
Filed under Books, Children's Literature, Fantasy, Fiction
Tagged as 2017, A Journey Through A History Of Magic, Books, Fantastic Beasts, Fantasy, fauna, Fiction, Harry Potter, J.K Rowling, JK Rowling, Literature, magic, Newt Scamander, Reading, The British Library
September 11, 2012 · 7:06 PM
I think Ginger is a he, but I can’t be too sure. He’s one of the cats that made the back of our building home. Ginger’s a shy one, not that I get any close to them they’re not exactly a sociable lot but they leave me well enough alone, except when I share some of my lunch with them. He’s the most handsome of them all as you could imagine.
You can read the rest of this post on my photo blog Me, My Camera and I.
Have a pleasant evening/morning everyone 😉