There is not much to say about this book since it has only a few stories, generally little and with few characters.
The tales shown in this book are supposedly what the children of the sorcerers’ families have grown up reading.
It’s nowhere close to the standard established by the original series. These stories weren’t fantastic, but they weren’t awful, they were just fine. And sometimes, that is more than enough. As I see it, Dumbledore’s commentaries really made the book, they showed a clever literary eye.
The Warlock’s Hairy Heart was by far my other story.
The stories were a lot darker than I anticipated any of the stories in here to be, however that wasn’t a bad thing.
I LOVED THE ILLUSTRATIONS. I JUST LOVED THEM.
I give the book 3 out of 5 stars.
Bye, keep on reading.