Harry Potter fans will well remember the epilogue in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows where the gang reassemble at Platform 9 ¾ to wave off their own children to Hogwarts for the first time. Well, this may come as a shock, but ‘19 years later’, is 1st September 2017, the date in the book that the next generation go off to school and Harry Potter fans are celebrating in style!
Today thousands of fans of the series assembled at King’s Cross station at the exact moment (11am) Harry, Ron, Hermione and Ginny send off their children to school in the books and movies and they made quite the sight!
The Evening Standard have covered the event, showing thousands of fans congregated at the station, take a look!
The series will follow the 20th anniversary exhibition at the British Library starting in late October where the public will be able to access ancient texts, artefacts and artwork. The documentary will unveil all things magical, the history and myths that inspired the Potterverse, magical objects and the folklore at the heart of the Harry Potter series. Read More
‘Pong-Pong The Brave’ was written by a dedicated mother, Wanda Steward, from Philadelphia, USA, for her children.
The story behind how and why Wanda rewrote Chicken Little will touch your heart, and hopefully spark your interest in supporting any local literacy projects near you.
As the video explains, in the first sketches Pooh was considered to be a grumpy looking figure, which meant the whole thing just didn’t work. In the end, Milne took inspiration from the real Christopher Robin’s teddy bear, creating the first sketches of the bear we can all recognise on sight. Read More
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