HPand the chamber of secrets book|movie difference In the book, Fred and George have to get Harry's trunk out of the cupboard under the stairs, but in the film, the trunk is conveniently right next to Harry.
I remember this part of the book being seriously stressful and exciting, so it definitely would have been fun to watch the twins try to get his trunk out from the cupboard.
We never get to see the Weasley sons "de-gnome" the garden at the burrow.
This would have been so great.
In the film, Hermione fixes Harry's glasses with a spell in Diagon Alley, but in the book, Mr. Weasley repairs the glasses.
Hermione would never break wizarding rules by performing a spell as an underage wizard outside of school ground, duh!
In the film, Harry falls out of the flying Ford Anglia and hangs onto the door, but in the book, that never happens.
I guess they wanted more excitement.
As with the rest of the series, Peeves is nowhere to be seen… or heard.
Ugh, but what about all of his glorious sing-s
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Sneak peek of Fire Flower of Mightoken
The smoke filled the desolated battlefield as figures searched for their mortal enemies with a desire for each sides' destruction. From the dust created from the dry soil came the walking skeletal undead with weapons made of bone. With the search of their foes, many were attacked by wild wolves.
The creatures of the wildlife combated the bony abominations as bloodshed through the sky. The skeletal warriors butchered many wolves however, the wolves defeated the bone men and claimed their body parts as prizes. It was a deadly confrontation.
But the war was not only on the land but also in the once calm sea, now the challenging combat of the dead waters and the altered sky with destruction and chaos so close that it was almost on the brink.
But the main battle was in the air as two dragons fought the minions of their greatest enemy.
But why did things go this way? Well, we must go back to the beginning.
Long ago, before the dawn of man rose into the sky. Before the
Sneak peak of Baba Yaga and The Headless Horseman
Prolog: Meeting the Witch of the Iron Forest
Young Baba. Yes, Baba Yaga the third, she thinks, has been sent to America from her granny the first ever Baba Yaga to stay safe until the whole mess in Russia was over and done with. Her Grandma would always steal children to have her young granddaughter make friends with. Even when they returned home, the people of Russia saw her as a threat. But they did not know of her only family member. She at least had some friends from there, but she had to say goodbye to them before she packed her things from the Iron Forest. She learned from her grandma how to ride a broomstick on her own and left Russia.
When she got to the countryside, she saw that a place called Sleepy Hollow was a great place for her to live and traveled to the small town. Baba hated to wear such ugly clothing and preferred her fun and comfy outfit. But she did not want to have another fire bath that many of the locals would do. The old witch burning thing never kills them, the