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J.K. Rowling (Author), Warwick Davis (Narrator), Noma Dumezweni (Narrator), Jason Isaacs (Narrator), Jude Law (Narrator), Evanna Lynch (Narrator), Sally Mortemore (Narrator), Bonnie Wright (Narrator), Pottermore Publishing (Publisher)


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J.K. Rowling (Author), Warwick Davis (Narrator), Noma Dumezweni (Narrator), Jason Isaacs (Narrator), Jude Law (Narrator), Evanna Lynch (Narrator), Sally Mortemore (Narrator), Bonnie Wright (Narrator), Pottermore Publishing (Publisher)

30 review for The Tales of Beedle the Bard Audible Audiobook

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jayson

    (B) 75% | More than Satisfactory Notes: Nothing special but no complaints, just a solid set of bonus stories that remind you how fun Harry Potter books were.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Kai

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  3. 5 out of 5

    Luca Ambrosino

    English (The Tales of Beedle the Bard) / Italiano «There was once a kindly old wizard who used his magic generously and wisely for the benefit of his neighbours»Directly from the Hogwarts Library, with commentaries by Albus Silente, here we have a collection of stories for young witch or wizard, the equivalent of muggle fables for muggle kids (namely un-magic children). And muggle Arianna, my daughter, cannot but appreciate the umpteenth bedtime reading on the Rowling's universe. In fact, she lis English (The Tales of Beedle the Bard) / Italiano «There was once a kindly old wizard who used his magic generously and wisely for the benefit of his neighbours»Directly from the Hogwarts Library, with commentaries by Albus Silente, here we have a collection of stories for young witch or wizard, the equivalent of muggle fables for muggle kids (namely un-magic children). And muggle Arianna, my daughter, cannot but appreciate the umpteenth bedtime reading on the Rowling's universe. In fact, she listens carefully, wide-eyed, then she giggles, then she gets serious, again she laughs heartily, and so on. In short: the perfect goodnight."The Wizard and the Hopping Pot" tale deserves a special mention. It is a quite criticised story by the magical community, due to its bottom line in favour of the muggles. A father teach a lesson to his son, preaching love and tolerance for un-magic people, the muggles, that is to say... ourselves, the readers.And I, muggle for many generations, am so jaelous of all the un-muggles. Damn!Vote: 7,5 «C'era una volta un vecchio mago gentile che adoperava la magia con generosità e saggezza a beneficio dei suoi vicini»Direttamente dalla Biblioteca di Hogwarts, commentate nientemeno che dal Professor Silente, arriva una raccolta di storie per giovani maghi e streghe, l'equivalente delle fiabe babbane per bimbi babbani (ossia per bambini non magici). E la babbana Arianna, mia figlia, non può non apprezzare questa ennesima lettura serale sull'universo narrativo della Rowling. E difatti ascolta con attenzione, occhi sgranati, poi sghignazza, poi si fa seria, poi di nuovo ride di cuore, e così via. La buonanotte perfetta.Menzione speciale merita la fiaba "Il mago e il pentolone salterino", racconto piuttosto criticato dalla comunità magica per via della morale pro-babbana in esso contenuta. In questa fiaba infatti si predica, attraverso una lezione che impartisce un padre al proprio figlio, amore e tolleranza verso il popolo non magico, i babbani, vale a dire... noi, i lettori.Ed io, babbano da svariate generazioni, provo invidia per tutti i non-babbani. Mannaggia!Voto: 7,5

  4. 5 out of 5

    April (Aprilius Maximus)

    2020 - I listened to the new audiobook that's narrated by a lot of the actors from the movies and it was INCREDIBLE. There were even sound effects and everything and it was a lovely listening experience. I still love these stories so much and my only complaint is that I wish there were more of them! 2016 - If you know me, then you may know that I've tried to read fairytales from the Grimm Brothers, Hans Christian Anderson, and from the collection of Arabian Nights and have been unable to finish a 2020 - I listened to the new audiobook that's narrated by a lot of the actors from the movies and it was INCREDIBLE. There were even sound effects and everything and it was a lovely listening experience. I still love these stories so much and my only complaint is that I wish there were more of them! 2016 - If you know me, then you may know that I've tried to read fairytales from the Grimm Brothers, Hans Christian Anderson, and from the collection of Arabian Nights and have been unable to finish any of them because I honestly didn't like the stories and thought they were overly preachy and odd. This, however, will be the book of fairytales that I read to my future children. I fucking loved it. The stories were a mix of wonder and darkness, of hope and love, and the extra notes from both Dumbledore and Jo were the perfect addition to this wonderful little book. I only wish there were more stories! What a gem!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin

    Gah! The Tales are awesome and the illustrations are spectacular =) Well, what did you expect with those two! Just gonna leave some pics down below ↓ The one below is a big pull out pic in the book! OMG! There are tons more but don't y'all think I added enough pics? I do, I'm tired now! Enjoy! Happy Reading! Mel ♥ Gah! The Tales are awesome and the illustrations are spectacular =) Well, what did you expect with those two! Just gonna leave some pics down below ↓ The one below is a big pull out pic in the book! OMG! There are tons more but don't y'all think I added enough pics? I do, I'm tired now! Enjoy! Happy Reading! Mel ♥

  6. 4 out of 5

    SR

    Apparently I'm getting this for Christmas. ROCK ON. ...Having not read this yet, my favorite part was that on the day it showed up on Amazon it immediately placed above Breaking Dawn for most preorders ever received (currently in system, obvy). It was like, okay, everyone who says Smeyer is the new JKR. Smackdown. Finally read, years later: Loved it. Apparently I'm getting this for Christmas. ROCK ON. ...Having not read this yet, my favorite part was that on the day it showed up on Amazon it immediately placed above Breaking Dawn for most preorders ever received (currently in system, obvy). It was like, okay, everyone who says Smeyer is the new JKR. Smackdown. Finally read, years later: Loved it.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Leslie

    I felt very warm and fuzzy reading new JKR. How can I not love an alleged children's writer who mentions murder, mutilation, cannibalism, adultery, and bestiality all within the span of 110 (ultra-short) pages? The stories are on the meh side, but Dumbledore's commentaries showed a smart, literary eye that reminded me briefly of Pale Fire. I'm all, "Hey, JK, you did your thang." Be that as it may, I'm a bit offended by the Dumbledore's anti-anti-Muggle bias. I see nothing wrong with witches and I felt very warm and fuzzy reading new JKR. How can I not love an alleged children's writer who mentions murder, mutilation, cannibalism, adultery, and bestiality all within the span of 110 (ultra-short) pages? The stories are on the meh side, but Dumbledore's commentaries showed a smart, literary eye that reminded me briefly of Pale Fire. I'm all, "Hey, JK, you did your thang." Be that as it may, I'm a bit offended by the Dumbledore's anti-anti-Muggle bias. I see nothing wrong with witches and wizards not wanting to associate with Muggles. I hate Muggles, they are the worst! And I have Muggle heritage myself (but don't tell anyone I said that, EEW EEW EEW!) so you know I can't be magicist. Sometimes I look in the mirror and I think, "Go back to where you came from, Mudblood!" So I did -- but the staff at New York Presbyterian wouldn't take me back.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Liza

    I actually started this a few nights ago and would read one story each night but completely forgot to add it to my currently reading shelf! I absolutely loved these stories, as well as Dumbledore's commentary. I learned some new things, and connected a few others. They were such a phenomenal addition to the books, especially Deathly Hallows. I will forever love The Tale of the Three Brothers, and it will always be a classic tale for me. I can't believe how much effort J.K. Rowling put into every I actually started this a few nights ago and would read one story each night but completely forgot to add it to my currently reading shelf! I absolutely loved these stories, as well as Dumbledore's commentary. I learned some new things, and connected a few others. They were such a phenomenal addition to the books, especially Deathly Hallows. I will forever love The Tale of the Three Brothers, and it will always be a classic tale for me. I can't believe how much effort J.K. Rowling put into every single aspect of her series, just to make it that much more wonderful. I love how she wove magic into five completely different stories of her own making. This takes so much time, effort, and devotion and I will forever be grateful for all the love that she puts into her books. I will continue to reread these lovely tales whenever I need a little magic in my life. Hopefully in the future I will also read these to my children along with the Harry Potter series. Every addition to this amazing series brings me so much joy and I can't say enough good things. I highly recommend giving these a read! You won't be disappointed! She gave it her all and I could never give this less than 5 stars!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Sean Barrs

    This didn’t work at all for me. It felt too gimmicky. It felt like it was trying too hard to be part of wizarding universe rather than actually being part of it. Dumbledore’s notes were here in an attempt to guide the reader though in actual fact they just made the experience much worse. They felt more patronising than anything really. That being said, it’s a fun attempt to create a foundation for Rowling’s already vast and complex fantasy world. But I don’t think it needs it. If you look at Tol This didn’t work at all for me. It felt too gimmicky. It felt like it was trying too hard to be part of wizarding universe rather than actually being part of it. Dumbledore’s notes were here in an attempt to guide the reader though in actual fact they just made the experience much worse. They felt more patronising than anything really. That being said, it’s a fun attempt to create a foundation for Rowling’s already vast and complex fantasy world. But I don’t think it needs it. If you look at Tolkien and The Silmarillion, that book actually added something to middle earth. It builds upon the groundwork and explores the full history of the writing. It gives you so much more detail. Granted, this is an altogether different creature, but I don’t think it adds much to the wizarding world. There are glimpses of this book through the full Harry Potter series, and we hear about its nature, but I don’t think seeing it here changes much. If anything, my perceptions of the book are lessoned because it just didn’t live up to expectations. It’s supposed to be this legendary book containing dark stories perhaps a bit similar to Grimm’s fairy tales in the real world. Generations and generations of wizards have read it and it is always raved about by the characters. It’s supposed to be something fantastic, and it’s not. It’s a book of very, very, basic stories that do not have the ability to stand on their own feet. It cannot be read in isolation from the main work and it is terribly short lacking any sense of substance or literary merit. All in all, it’s a book written for the strongest of Harry Potter fans. I love the series too, but because of this it doesn’t mean this book is automatically going to receive my admiration. It’s a good idea, though it is very poorly executed.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Pooja

    Reading a Hogwarts’ library’s book with the fables taken from ancient times, along with the notes and guidance from Dumbledore himself, is a magical feeling beyond explanation. The five legendary tales in The Tales of Beedle the Bard, took me to the times when I used to hear stories from my grandparents, when I was a kid and they were with me. Most intriguing thing about the stories was that unlike the heroines in the Disney World, the real-life witches had to do their homework in time, so they c Reading a Hogwarts’ library’s book with the fables taken from ancient times, along with the notes and guidance from Dumbledore himself, is a magical feeling beyond explanation. The five legendary tales in The Tales of Beedle the Bard, took me to the times when I used to hear stories from my grandparents, when I was a kid and they were with me. Most intriguing thing about the stories was that unlike the heroines in the Disney World, the real-life witches had to do their homework in time, so they can acquire the magic, powers and mastery. It is their hardship and their tenderness that led them to gain what they wished for. The stories are not just stories. If you go by Dumbledore’s notes and analysis, they’ll relate you to Harry Potter books more and their teaching methods. It was a constant jump from fables to rational thinking that Dumbledore described. A great book to have in a Potterhead’s collection, containing the stories that every child who wants to perform magic must be aware of.

  11. 5 out of 5

    C.G. Drews

    This was my very first time reading this one! And may I just say that the illustrations (by Chris Riddell) are the absolute best. I stared mostly at them. Like hm, yes, the fairy tales were great, bUT THOSE ILLUSTRATIONS. I will forever be disgruntled that not all books of ever are illustrated. The characters' expressions! The detail! the lush double-page spreads! If you're going o read Beedle the Bard, I say 10/10 go for the Illustrated edition. 😍 As for the stories... I'm glad Dumbledore was th This was my very first time reading this one! And may I just say that the illustrations (by Chris Riddell) are the absolute best. I stared mostly at them. Like hm, yes, the fairy tales were great, bUT THOSE ILLUSTRATIONS. I will forever be disgruntled that not all books of ever are illustrated. The characters' expressions! The detail! the lush double-page spreads! If you're going o read Beedle the Bard, I say 10/10 go for the Illustrated edition. 😍 As for the stories... I'm glad Dumbledore was there to interpret them because I wasn't quite sure the meaning of them all. Ah ha ha ha...oops. The Hairy Heart one was weird as heck. I loved The Fountain Of Fair Fortune! It was so sweet how a group of people could band together and help each other and become stronger for it, magic aside. Awww. Obviously The Tale of Three Brothers is important considering Deathly Hallows centres around it, but like half the point of these fables is like: DEATH COMES FOR YOU ALL. Okeyyyy. Thank you for that. LOVE the wizarding world. Everyone is chill. Anyhow! I really enjoyed this! It was light and Dumbledore's footnotes were pretty funny aND THE ILLUSTRATIONS AFJDSKALD. Excuse me while I just go back to staring at them forever.

  12. 5 out of 5

    ✨ A ✨

    The Tales of Beedle the Bard are fairy tales told to young witches and wizards. Each of them different but captivating and magical. I too read these when I was a kid. I read them over and over and to this day I wish JKR (or should I say Beedle? 😉) had written more. There was a time when I read one the of the stories every night before bed 😂. Dumbledore's notes are a fantastic addition to the stories. My favourite is the Fountain of Fair Fortune followed by the Tale of the Three Brothers.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Archit

    A sense of completion. "The fairy tales of the wizarding world for the muggle readers." The tales are what the children of the wizards and witches have grown up reading. I loved the connection this book establishes with the main frame of the story. The tale of three brothers and death no doubt was heard and was fabulous. What made the book immersing was the moral giving stories that fills the young magical mind with the essence of good and bad. The teachings and controversies drawn from the interpr A sense of completion. "The fairy tales of the wizarding world for the muggle readers." The tales are what the children of the wizards and witches have grown up reading. I loved the connection this book establishes with the main frame of the story. The tale of three brothers and death no doubt was heard and was fabulous. What made the book immersing was the moral giving stories that fills the young magical mind with the essence of good and bad. The teachings and controversies drawn from the interpretations are no different than the muggle world. Books are banned, content is censored! Humor laden analogy is a JKR signature. My favorite part has to be the message scribbled by Dumbledore himself at the end of every story. The hopping pot instills you with the ideology that you must help others if you can. The message is loud and clear - face the consequences should you go immoral. Laced with emotions and selfless love are the stories of three women who seek redemption. Though,Babbity Rabbity takes the cake with her wit smacked aura. Verdict : Future schedule - reading this to my children pretending ourselves to be James and Lily Potter.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Leonard Gaya

    This little book is an extension (along with many others now!) to the Harry Potter saga. It includes five tales, in the style of the Aesop's Fables and the Folk and Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm. While le tales themselves (to my knowledge, all of J.K. Rowling's invention, although in part inspired by The Canterbury Tales) are very nicely composed, what is exceptionally smart about this book is the mise en abyme. It goes something like this: these tales were written by a wizard, by the name of This little book is an extension (along with many others now!) to the Harry Potter saga. It includes five tales, in the style of the Aesop's Fables and the Folk and Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm. While le tales themselves (to my knowledge, all of J.K. Rowling's invention, although in part inspired by The Canterbury Tales) are very nicely composed, what is exceptionally smart about this book is the mise en abyme. It goes something like this: these tales were written by a wizard, by the name of Beedle, some centuries ago; they have been used as bedtime stories by generations of witches and wizards ever since; this volume is a translation from the original text, carried out by none other than Hermione Granger (Harry Potter's friend); also, the book includes a commentary for each of the tales, written by Albus Dumbledore (Hogwarts School's headmaster) himself; the footnotes only are by J.K. Rowling. And, last but not least, these tales (especially the last one) are mentioned in the previous book of the Harry Potter series and reveal the origin of the Deathly Hallows. This device gives a fantastic sense of complexity and reality to these tales. But what is perhaps more touching are the moral commentaries, which address the topics of charity and cooperation, friendship and love, human foolishness, and death. The copy I own is a lovely, ancient-looking, limited edition facsimile, with silver-coloured pieces on the cover of the original handwritten and illustrated text that was initially sold at the flabbergasting price of £2 million to Amazon, through a charity auction.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Amy

    Now, I happened to be at a Wal-Mart at 11:53 pm on December third, the day before this book was to be released. Upon my arrival to the inside of the store, I saw a table decorated with a single blue balloon, and a plastic tablecloth. Taped across the front of the small buffet table was a sign that said "Join us at 12:01 for Tales of Beedle the Bard!" Needless to say, I squealed aloud with delight, and my best friend blushed with embarrassment at being seen in public with a squealing Harry Potter Now, I happened to be at a Wal-Mart at 11:53 pm on December third, the day before this book was to be released. Upon my arrival to the inside of the store, I saw a table decorated with a single blue balloon, and a plastic tablecloth. Taped across the front of the small buffet table was a sign that said "Join us at 12:01 for Tales of Beedle the Bard!" Needless to say, I squealed aloud with delight, and my best friend blushed with embarrassment at being seen in public with a squealing Harry Potter fan. I could hardly believe that I had forgotten the realease date for the storybook Harry Potter fans everywhere were waiting for! Of course, I searched frantically for my wallet, but it was nowhere to be found, lost in the abyss that is my purse. As I began to walk away with my head hung low, Kristen, the dearest friend I've ever known, then took me by the hand and led me back to the table. She told me that she would buy me the book as an early Christmas present, but I had to promise to love it. And that very night, after I had finished the book, my promise was kept, and I loved it.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Nina

    Such interesting and sometimes also adorable stories! I really enjoyed reading this book and I think I'll never stop laughing about "Babbitty Rabbitty and her Cackling Stump". That title is just amazing! instagram || my blog Such interesting and sometimes also adorable stories! I really enjoyed reading this book and I think I'll never stop laughing about "Babbitty Rabbitty and her Cackling Stump". That title is just amazing! instagram || my blog

  17. 4 out of 5

    Helene Jeppesen

    What a great and cute addition to the Harry Potter series! Fairy tales from the wizarding worlds which very much look like our fairy tales, but which are unique as well. I especially loved the tales about the hairy heart and the three brothers, and now I'm quite eager to watch the upcoming movie as well :) If you love fairy tales and if you love Harry Potter, I'm pretty sure you're going to love these tales as well!

  18. 4 out of 5

    J.L. Sutton

    “A simple and heart-warming fable, one might think - in which case, one would reveal oneself to be an innocent nincompoop.” Overall, I enjoyed the accompanying commentary of each tale more than the tale itself. I also liked that it didn't seem to take itself too seriously. 3.5 stars “A simple and heart-warming fable, one might think - in which case, one would reveal oneself to be an innocent nincompoop.” Overall, I enjoyed the accompanying commentary of each tale more than the tale itself. I also liked that it didn't seem to take itself too seriously. 3.5 stars

  19. 4 out of 5

    Emma Giordano

    Finished my first book of 2015 and my first book of the Winter Biannual Bibliothon! This was a really great, short, fun book to start off with.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Megan

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I'm having a hard time deciding which is my favorite tale, but I'd lean towards The Fountain of Fair Fortune, with the The Warlock's Hairy Heart coming in a close second (if only it had been executed a little better!). Keeping in mind that these are wizarding fairy tales, with commentary by Dumbledore and translated by Hermione (oh MAN, wouldn't it be awesome to get into a crazy discussion about Hermione as a biased translator? Dumbledore's comments are obviously 100% biased) - the book is really I'm having a hard time deciding which is my favorite tale, but I'd lean towards The Fountain of Fair Fortune, with the The Warlock's Hairy Heart coming in a close second (if only it had been executed a little better!). Keeping in mind that these are wizarding fairy tales, with commentary by Dumbledore and translated by Hermione (oh MAN, wouldn't it be awesome to get into a crazy discussion about Hermione as a biased translator? Dumbledore's comments are obviously 100% biased) - the book is really quite cute. It shouldn't take you much more than 30 minutes to read it but I was expecting a short read(and honestly, my #1 complaint is the binding -t he book just feels awkward, and I am dreading when the spine is obviously cracked open). Spoilers start here: Tale #1: The Wizard and the Hopping Pot: The most obvious morality tale in the book. A young man inherits his father's cauldron and his father's requests for aid from needy (but humble & worthy!) Muggle neighbors, resists with an attitude, and is taught a lesson in charity. I found Dumbledore's notes more interesting than the tale itself. Tale #2: The Fountain of Fair Fortune: Almost a Wizard of Oz-type story; a Muggle Knight and 3 witches quest for their greatest wish to be granted at the Fountain of Fair Fortune, but end up solving their problems on the journey. I really think JKR could have expanded this out into much more of a short story, although it does make sense in the fable/fairy tale format. Really quite cute, and the "happiest" of the bunch. Tale #3: The Wizard's Hairy Heart: Obviously the darkest tale; a man turns to the Dark Arts and cuts himself off from enjoying life by literally taking his beating heart out of his chest so he will never be hurt. Dumbledore's notes sort of point towards the ZOMG TERRIBLE HORCRUX IS TERRIBLE idea, but never outright says, so this Tom Riddle kid TOTALLY ate this one up at the Muggle orphanage--OH WAIT, HE TOTALLY DIDN'T. Tale #4: Babbitty Rabbitty and Her Cackling Stump: A really stupid Muggle king wants to wipe out witches and wizards, gets scammed by a con man, but his dishwasher is a real witch and not only stops the persecution but even gets a gold statue through her own cunning. I think this was my least favorite out of the 5. Tale #5: The Tale of the Three Brothers: We know this one from Deathly Hallows, but 3 brothers run into Death, get the Elder Wand, the resurrection stone thing, and the Invisibility Cloak. Brothers 1 and 2 are totally dumb and die pretty quickly, but Brother 3 knows meeting Death is inevitable, but hides and lives into old age. Again, Dumbledore's notes are very vague, and full of, NOW, THIS WAND/STONE BUSINESS IS TOTALLY FOLKLORE (also, can I just say how much the term Deathstick amuses me to no end??) BUT INVISIBILITY CLOAKS RUUUULE. Overall, it's sort of cool to think how these tales might have played into the upbringing of some of the characters. The Weasley kids probably heard all of these 10 million times. Oh, AND! I forgot, my favorite part is when "Dumbledore" goes into as close as he can get into a rant about censorship concerning the content of the tales (the Malfoys across the ages are big into banning books). It's even more funny considering HP's history, and the fact that JKR was nice enough to let Dumbledore give the gentle smackdown.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Phrynne

    This is a book I have owned since 2008 and only just got around to reading. Silly really because at only 110 pages it did not take long to finish! I thought it was very cleverly done as would be expected coming from this author. The five fairy tales are all interesting in their own right and then the critiques by Albus Dumbledore are delightful. It was interesting to note that part of the proceeds of the sale of this book went to a children's charity. That is pleasing. I am glad I eventually got a This is a book I have owned since 2008 and only just got around to reading. Silly really because at only 110 pages it did not take long to finish! I thought it was very cleverly done as would be expected coming from this author. The five fairy tales are all interesting in their own right and then the critiques by Albus Dumbledore are delightful. It was interesting to note that part of the proceeds of the sale of this book went to a children's charity. That is pleasing. I am glad I eventually got around to reading it and can now pop it back on the shelf next to the complete set of Harry Potter.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Nathan

    Not much to this book. Rowling uses double spacing, huge margins and mediocre pencil art (that she drew) to stretch out what should have been some short stories published on the internet, a magazine, or saved for inclusion in a bigger book. The tales are all very concise, you can tell she tries hard to make them deep and classical, but they fall short, and most fail to draw you in or make you interested. After each story is a boring (almost arrogant) review by Dumbledore, who tries to convince y Not much to this book. Rowling uses double spacing, huge margins and mediocre pencil art (that she drew) to stretch out what should have been some short stories published on the internet, a magazine, or saved for inclusion in a bigger book. The tales are all very concise, you can tell she tries hard to make them deep and classical, but they fall short, and most fail to draw you in or make you interested. After each story is a boring (almost arrogant) review by Dumbledore, who tries to convince you how great and meaningful they are. The longest story in the book, about the brothers involved with the Deathly Hallows, is just repeated word for word from the last book in the Harry Potter series. You will glean a few tiny tidbits of information you never knew about some of the unimportant characters from the series (such as Sir Nicholas the Ghost), but otherwise this 'book' will be forgotten. A shame since I loved the main series.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Ahmad Sharabiani

    The Tales of Beedle the Bard (Hogwarts Library), J.K.(Joanne kathleen) Rowling The Tales of Beedle the Bard is a book of children's stories by British author J. K. Rowling. There is a storybook of the same name mentioned in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, the last book of the Harry Potter series. Rowling wrote five stories for the book. One, "The Warlock's Hairy Heart", is not mentioned in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows; three others, "The Wizard and the Hopping Pot", "The Fountain of The Tales of Beedle the Bard (Hogwarts Library), J.K.(Joanne kathleen) Rowling The Tales of Beedle the Bard is a book of children's stories by British author J. K. Rowling. There is a storybook of the same name mentioned in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, the last book of the Harry Potter series. Rowling wrote five stories for the book. One, "The Warlock's Hairy Heart", is not mentioned in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows; three others, "The Wizard and the Hopping Pot", "The Fountain of Fair Fortune", and "Babbitty Rabbitty and her Cackling Stump", receive cursory attention. "The Tale of the Three Brothers" is the only story also included entirely in The Deathly Hallows. عنوانها: قصه‌ های بیدل نقال؛ افسانه های بیدل قصه گو؛ قصه‌ های بیدل نقال؛ قصه های بیدل قصه گو؛ داستانهای بیدل شاعر؛ اثر: جی.کی. رولینگ؛ تاریخ نخستین خوانش: بیست و نهم ماه ژوئن سال 2009 میلادی عنوان: قصه‌ های بیدل نقال؛ اثر: جی.کی. رولینگ؛ مترجم: ویدا اسلامیه؛ تهران، انتشارانی تندیس، 1387؛ در 120 ص و مصور، شابک: 9789648944556؛ موضوع: جادوگری و داستانهای کودکان و نوجوانان از نویسندگان انگلیسی قرن 21 م عنوان: افسانه های بیدل قصه گو؛ اثر: جی.کی. رولینگ؛ مترجم: محمد نوراللهی؛ تهران، بهنام، 1387، در 94 ص، مصور؛ عنوان: قصه‌ های بیدل نقال؛ اثر: جی.کی. رولینگ؛ مترجم: کیومرث پارسای؛ تهران، روزگار؛ در 79 ص و مصور؛ عنوان: قصه های بیدل قصه گو؛ اثر: جی.کی. رولینگ؛ مترجم: جواد ثابت نژاد؛ در سال 1388؛ در 88 ص؛ شابک: 9789643073176؛ عنوان: داستانهای بیدل شاعر؛ اثر: جی.کی. رولینگ؛ مترجم: چیستا یثربی؛ تهران، پوینده، 1387؛ در 72 ص و با شابک: 9789642950188؛ پنج قصه: جادوگر و پاتیل جهنده؛ چشمه خوشبختی؛ قلب پشمالوی جادوگر؛ خرگوشی به نام ببیتی و کنده ی خندانش؛ افسانه سه برادی؛ چکیده: قصه‌ هاى بیدل نقال شامل پنج قصه ی با ویژگی‌هاى قلم سحرآمیز و ویژه و یگانه بانو رولینگ، و یادداشت‌هایی در پایان هر داستان، به قلم پروفسور آلبوس دامبلدور کتاب را بیشتر مزین کرده است. ا. شربیانی

  24. 5 out of 5

    Elena Salvatore

    I just love fairytales that takes place in the universe the series originates from but I do wish we get a full,giant story book. Dumbledoor left Hermione 5 stories with his commentary that we get to read. • The Wizard and the Hopping Pot. • The Fountain of Fair Fortune. • The Warlock's Hairy Heart. This is a bit creepy but also the one I enjoyed the most reading. • Babbitty Rabbitty and her crackling Stump. and of course • The Tale of the Three Brothers that we all know and love. I just love fairytales that takes place in the universe the series originates from but I do wish we get a full,giant story book. Dumbledoor left Hermione 5 stories with his commentary that we get to read. • The Wizard and the Hopping Pot. • The Fountain of Fair Fortune. • The Warlock's Hairy Heart. This is a bit creepy but also the one I enjoyed the most reading. • Babbitty Rabbitty and her crackling Stump. and of course • The Tale of the Three Brothers that we all know and love.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Anne Goldschrift

    Ach Albus ♡

  26. 5 out of 5

    Rinda Elwakil

    لمحبي هاري بوتر ، حكايات بيدل الشاعر :) For the love of Joanne Rowling For the love of Hogwarts For the love of Potter-heads For the love of memories and for the love of magic.. Always. picture upload sites نسخة مترجمة : https://www.scribd.com/doc/221737268/... لمحبي هاري بوتر ، حكايات بيدل الشاعر :) For the love of Joanne Rowling For the love of Hogwarts For the love of Potter-heads For the love of memories and for the love of magic.. Always. picture upload sites نسخة مترجمة : https://www.scribd.com/doc/221737268/...

  27. 4 out of 5

    Maria

    What a beautiful, special book. Jk never ceases to amaze me with her ability to immerse us all into her vast Wizarding World. I truly enjoyed this book so much, as a huge Potterhead myself, I felt the magic in me for this one hour it took me to finish it. Furthermore, Dumbledore's comments added more to the fantasy, to the imagination, they added a background to the five stories that were told. These five stories, so different from our own Muggle fairytales but also so alike, convey lots of impo What a beautiful, special book. Jk never ceases to amaze me with her ability to immerse us all into her vast Wizarding World. I truly enjoyed this book so much, as a huge Potterhead myself, I felt the magic in me for this one hour it took me to finish it. Furthermore, Dumbledore's comments added more to the fantasy, to the imagination, they added a background to the five stories that were told. These five stories, so different from our own Muggle fairytales but also so alike, convey lots of important messages. I would totally recommend this book to a Harry Potter, or anyone to be honest, this books is truly a journey.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Bradley

    Strangely enough, I loved this one a lot more than all the other short stories by Rowling. Perhaps it's because they're actual stories with characters and even moral underpinnings, or perhaps this collection just hit the spot. :) I enjoyed Albus's voice here, but in the end, I think I simply enjoyed the tales for themselves. Little dark fairy tales. :) I have nothing bad to say about little dark fairy tales. :)

  29. 5 out of 5

    Zainab

    Wow, I was so emotionally invested in this that I genuinely could not put it down. Dumbledore's notes really make it hard for one (or me) to believe that the Harry Potter world doesn't exist. Absolutely brilliant!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Nat

    I always like to hear what Dumbledore has to say.

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