‘Muggles’ (non-wizards) the world over will be able to get their hands on two Harry Potter spin-off books on Monday, published to raise money for Comic Relief. Designed by freelance Richard Horne and published by Bloomsbury, the volumes are penned by JK Rowling under the pseudonyms Newt Scamander and Kennilworthy Whisp. Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, featuring a ‘Property of Harry Potter’ sticker, and Quidditch Through the Ages, will both cost £2.50, £1 of which will go to Comic Relief.
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