Harry Potter


Title: Harry Potter (12 volumes)

Author: Joan Kathleen Rowling

Language: Farsi



Harry Potter is the title of a weekly collection of fantasy-style novels written by English author Joan Kathleen Rowling. Since its first novel, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, was published on June 30, 1997, the book has gained immense popularity, acclaim, and commercial success around the world.

Introducing the Harry Potter book (12 volumes)
As of June 2011, the books have sold about 450 million copies and have been translated into 67 languages. And the final four books in the series hold the record for the fastest books in the world. Harry Potter is a collection with several genres, including fantasy, lifetime, which has many cultural meanings and references.

Harry Potter Book Summary:
The story is about an eleven-year-old orphan named Harry who is a witch. Who lives in a normal world next to mages (non-wizards). His ability is innate, and children like him are invited to a school to be trained to succeed in the world of witchcraft.

As a student, Harry enters the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, where the story begins. Harry grows up there until he grows up. And the way to overcome problems such as: witchcraft, social and emotional relationships, normal adolescent challenges such as friendships and exams and most importantly prepare to face the problems that lie ahead.

Harry and the Magic Stone
This is the first book in a series of eight stories. Written by English author J. کی. Rowling deals with the story of Harry surviving the Voldemort attack and killing his parents. The book was published on June 30, 1997 by Bloomsbury Publishing in London.

The book was then published in the United States on September 1, 1998 by Scholastic Publishing and achieved a record sales. Also in 2001, the film of this book with the same name was released and was very well received.

Harry and the Hall of Secrets
The second novel in this series is by J. کی. Rowling is written. The continuation of the story of Harry and the Stone of Magic takes place before Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, and marks the second year of Harry Potter’s arrival at the Hogwarts School, which falls between July 31, 1992 and May 29, 1993.

In this novel, Lord Voldemort, through one of his twists and turns, which is his diary, frees the Basilisk monster at Hogwarts and dries up a number of students. Including Hermione Granger, Colin Crivy, Sir Nicholas and several others. Another part of the book is the story of Rubius Hagrid’s dismissal and his ban on witchcraft.

Harry and the Prisoner of Azkaban
The name of the third book in the Harry Potter series, by J.K. Rowling. After Aunt Marge enters Harry’s aunt’s house, she has an argument with Harry, and Harry inadvertently causes something unpleasant: Aunt Marge inflates and soars into the air like a balloon.

Harry runs away from home and waits for the magic ministry statement because witchcraft is forbidden for people under the age of seventeen and Harry is only 13 years old. But he eventually finds out that Sirius Black was the one who sold his parents to Voldemort and has now escaped from prison and is now looking for him, so the ministry does not send him an expulsion order so he can be safe at Hogwarts school.

Harry and the Fire Cup
The fourth book in the Harry Potter series is by JK Rowling. This book was published on July 8, 2000 and is the third longest book in the Harry Potter series, after Harry and Phoenix and Harry and the Deathly Hallows, respectively. There are several important events in this story. First of all, at the Quidditch World Cup, the dead eat the tents and start a riot.

A man named Bartie Croach sends the ominous son to heaven, but the blame falls on his father’s house elf. Wizarding competitions are also held. Harry Potter from Hogwarts School, Victor Kram from Dormstrong School, Flora Delacor from Bobaton School and Cedric Digory from Hogwarts School are the four selected participants.

Harry and the Phoenix Circle
The fifth book in the seven-story Harry Potter series by JK Rowling. This book is the longest novel in this collection and its American version consists of 870 pages and its Persian translation consists of about 1250 pages. This novel was published in Iran by Tandis Library Publishing House with a translation by Vida Eslamieh in three volumes.

The story of this novel takes place after the return of the Black Lord. A group of wizards form a group led by Albus Dumbledore called the Phoenix Circle to prepare to fight Voldemort. This book is one of the darkest and most bitter Harry Potter adventures. At the end of Rowling’s book, she introduces her readers to the secret organization, which is amazing.

Harry and the hybrid prince
The sixth book in the Harry Potter series is written by English author JK Rowling. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince was released in July 2005 and was quickly translated into most of the world’s living languages. There were many different Persian translations on the market.

Among these translations, we can mention the translation of the popular Harry Potter translator in Iran, Vida Eslamieh from Tandis Publishing, who has been chosen as the official translator of this series of books by Ms. Rowling. In this book, many secrets and relationships are revealed.

Harry and the Deathly Hallows
It is the seventh and final book in the Harry Potter series. The book was released on July 21, 2007. The seventh book is especially exciting in that it tells the ultimate fate of the heroes of the Harry Potter series.

The English version of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was distributed at 00:01 local time on July 21, 2007 in bookstores in more than 93 countries, including Iran. The story begins at the house of Lucius Malfoy. Where Lord Voldemort and the Death Eaters plot to assassinate Harry Potter because of the ineffectiveness of his mother’s ancient magic on his seventeenth birthday.

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