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  • Elodie 3:00 pm on 2019/11/25 Permalink
    Tags: B&N, , harry potter illustrated editions, harry potter lego, , , mischief managed, wizarding world gold   

    From Books to Films to Wizarding World Gold: How Harry Potter Continues to Delight Fans Both New and Old 

    Do you remember the first time you saw Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone? I do. I was eight years old, I sat in the front row of the theater, and I ate all my Junior Mints during the previews. I’m not exaggerating when I say the movie blew my Golden Snitch-patterned socks clean off. Hogwarts, which had previously existed only in my head, suddenly felt so real I could almost taste the Chocolate Frogs and pumpkin juice. Watching the wizarding world come to life before my very eyes was better than Christmas morning, Halloween, and my birthday all rolled into one, and I was convinced that I would never in my life have as much fun as I did that day in the theater with my Gryffindor scarf and my empty box of Junior Mints.

    But that was before I went to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios. I was older then, yet still I donned my scarf, bought a wand, and ate Bertie Bott’s Every-Flavour Beans with unbridled abandon. Again, the world came alive for me in a way I hadn’t thought possible, and again, I figured this was it; this was the purest form of joy I would ever know; I would never feel such childlike wonder again.

    Or so I thought. But then I saw Harry Potter and the Cursed Child on Broadway. I went to the midnight showing of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. And I treated myself to a Hogwarts-themed advent calendar that made each December day feel special at the end of a long, exhausting year. The point is that Harry Potter springs eternal, rewarding fans with an ever-evolving abundance of ways to engage with the series and recapture the magic.

    As we get older, it certainly feels as if that childlike excitement exists in diminishing returns. Holidays become stressful rather than joyous, there’s never time to nap, and you start to feel guilty about eating sugar. But every time there’s something new happening in the world of Harry Potter, it’s a reminder that we still have that capacity for wide-eyed wonder—that we can, however briefly, forgo the grueling rigors of adult life in favor of the carefree refuge of childhood. (I don’t know about you, but every time I hear “Hedwig’s Theme,” I’m instantly nine years old again.)

    Nowadays, there are so many ways to enjoy this thing we love. Some of us collect Harry Potter coloring books and build Harry Potter-themed puzzles and LEGO sets. Still others like to reread the books every autumn, to feel as if we too are boarding the Hogwarts Express on September first.

    Most recently, there’s the new Harry Potter Wizarding World Gold Membership, an annual subscription that plugs fans directly into the Potterverse like never before, giving them priority access to insider news and exclusives, ebooks of all 7 novels in the series, and a personalized Keys & Curios journal specific to their Hogwarts house and a collectible pin badge that arrive by Muggle mail! Not to mention, some serious Potterhead bona fides. (Intrigued? More info can be found here).

    That there is such a myriad of ways to experience Harry Potter demonstrates the franchise’s timeless yet versatile nature, even as it continues to grow and change. Harry Potter means so many different things to so many different people, and each fresh addition provides a gateway for new legions of fans to enter into this world.

    For some, the books were their foothold into the fandom. For others, it was the movies. For generations still to come, it might be Fantastic Beasts or the illustrated editions by Jim Kay or the Netflix original series that doesn’t yet exist but totally should. Who’s to say? Watching Harry Potter come to life brings me no shortage of joy, but there’s a greater joy still to be had, and it’s this: the knowledge that new waves of kids and adults alike will one day get to experience the wizarding world, mold it to their lives, and make it their own.

    Because no matter how you choose to love Harry Potter or how you came to discover it, Hogwarts will always be there to welcome you home.

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  • BN Editors 2:00 pm on 2019/11/25 Permalink
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    Book Your Black Friday with Barnes & Noble 

    Black Friday is the perfect time to get a jump on your holiday shopping, and if you’ve got book lovers on your shopping list (including yourself!), Barnes & Noble should be your destination of choice this year.

    To reward you for venturing out in the cold the day after Thanksgiving, we’re offering our biggest deal on the biggest books of the year, as well as terrific savings on gifts for the whole family. Whether you’re shopping for friends, a partner, your parents, or the kids—or if you’re just looking to add some I’ve-been-meaning-to-read-that tales to your TBR pile—Barnes & Noble is True North for bookworms this Black Friday. You can browse our covetable collector’s editions, pick up helpful guides for young gamers, find the perfect gift for your favorite LEGO fan, shop our top Funko Pops, and build out your favorite kid’s library with 5-Minute Story collections—plus, we have coffee, and you’re going to need plenty of it to power through your day.

    The Year’s Biggest Books

    B&N is making it easy to book your Black Friday by offering 10 of the season’s biggest books at our deepest discount ever—you simply won’t find lower prices than this. From popular fiction to children’s fantasy adventure, there’s something on the pile for everyone, making it the perfect opportunity to make happy readers of everyone on your shopping list. Bring your sturdiest tote (or enlist your sturdiest friends and bribe them with a peppermint mocha) because the prices may be light, but books are still heavy.

    Barnes & Noble Collectible Editions

    If you’re a book collector, we probably don’t have to tell you about our beautiful assortment of Barnes & Noble Collectible Editions—impeccably curated, beautifully designed, and bound for posterity, they make an eye-catching addition to any bookshelf. We have a fabulous assortment of classic titles spanning genres, from classic fiction, to sci-fi & fantasy, to children’s favorites, which means no reader (or gift-buyer) can afford to miss our special offer on Collectible Editions, kicking in on Black Friday.

    LEGO

    LEGO fans need look no further than B&N for their next brick fix. Sets on sale for Black Friday include some very popular favorites, including the epic Hogwarts Clock Tower from Harry Potter, a posable figure of Star WarsJedi Master Yoda, and Frozen‘s Arendelle Castle—just to name a few. Whatever your LEGO fan is into, one thing is certain: there’s a fantastic set to keep every builder busy over the holidays.

    Games, Games, Games!

    Let B&N help you revitalize family game night! Some of our best-loved games—from the hilarious kid-favorite Dog Man Attack of the Fleas, to the modern, super-sized version of everyone’s favorite mystery game, Clue Master Detective—are on sale for Black Friday. Stock up on old favorites or add a few new games into rotation, like the exciting fantasy storytelling epic Call to Adventure, or the mind-bending psychic party game Medium.

    5-Minute Stories

    If your young reader hasn’t yet been introduced to the 5-Minute Stories universe, our Black Friday sale is the perfect time to get them hooked. These colorfully illustrated, fast-paced and bite-sized tales make perfect bedtime reading, and they’re all on sale this Black Friday. With books featuring a host of popular characters and franchises, from Frozen, to Marvel, to Pete the Cat, there’s a collection for every little reader in your life. Each tale is filled with action and adventure, beloved characters, and rich, textured storytelling to help boost young vocabularies. Expand your home library or add to your current collection with a bevy of 5 Minute Stories.

    Gamer Guides

    If your young reader is also a gamer, fear not—top guides for gamers are also on sale. Help fans of Minecraft, Roblox, Fortnight and more take a break from gaming to brush up on their strategy, knowledge, and expertise. And for Pokémon fans, the comprehensive Super Deluxe Essential Handbook is revised and updated, with stats and facts on over 800 characters, and full-color illustrations. Encourage budding gamers to dig deeper into their latest obsession with guides that offer tips, tricks, and insider info. Gamer guides are a perfect way to encourage reluctant readers to use books to discover new depths and unlock hidden secrets in their favorite games—making an old game new again.

    Head to your local B&N the day after Thanksgiving and book your Black Friday!

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  • Jen Harper 5:00 pm on 2019/10/30 Permalink
    Tags: , , B&N, , , , , , katherine arden, king of scars, , , mr. penumbra's 24-hour bookstore, , , robin sloan, , , the bear and the nightingale, , , , the ninth house, ,   

    9 Books to Read if You Loved The Ninth House, October’s B&N Book Club Selection 

    The Barnes & Noble Book Club selection for October, The Ninth House, found readers tearing into a richly dark fantasy novel—author Leigh Bardugo’s adult debut. In it, Alex Stern is a high school dropout who finds herself getting a free ride to Yale University thanks to some mysterious benefactors who have a particular mission for the 20-year-old: monitoring the school’s eight secret societies, whose activities are far more sinister than anyone could have ever imagined.

    But what is a reader to do after finishing this incredible book and discussing it at your local B&N Book Club meeting on November 5 at 7 p.m.? Well, Bardugo’s young adult fantasy books would be a fantastic place to start—King of Scars, Six of Crows, and Shadow and Bone, among them.

    Additionally, we’ve rounded up 9 more reads to keep you busy until next month. Check out our readalike picks for The Ninth House.

    The Bear and the Nightingale (Winternight Trilogy #1), by Katherine Arden
    Searching for another dark fantasy with a strong female protagonist? Look no further than Katherine Arden’s debut novel. In this deep-winter story set in medieval Russia, young Vasilisa Petrovna loves listening to her nurse’s fairy tales about Frost, the blue-eyed winter demon who spares the life of a maiden who does not fear him. Wild and fearless herself, Vasilisa cannot even be contained by her new stepmother whom her father brings home from Moscow. The God-fearing, harsh stepmother refuses to honor the helpful spirits in their home, though Vasilisa knows that this means the spirits will grow weak and become unable to defend the village from evil, which comes knocking soon enough in this stellar read.

    The Night Circus, by Erin Morgenstern
    Erin Morgenstern’s debut novel is infused with darkness and magic—perfect for fans of The Ninth House. The mysterious circus in black-and-white tents appears from out of the blue—called Le Cirque des Rêves, it is only open at night. It serves as the setting for Hector Bowen, better known as Le Cirque des Reves’ Prospero the Entertainer—to pit his daughter Celia, with her untrained telekinetic powers, against gifted magician Marco. Little do either Celia or Marco realize that only one of them will survive the epic battle they’ve both unwittingly been trained for since childhood. But Hector could have never imagined the two would fall in love along the way behind the canvas walls of the circus tent in this captivating page-turner.

    Practical Magic, by Alice Hoffman
    Alice Hoffman’s bewitching tale of love and magic would make for an excellent next read following The Ninth House. The Owens sisters—Gillian and Sally—have had the legacy of their family name following them since they were kids. Raised by their aunts, Gillian and Sally endure whispers, taunting, and gossip about being witches—a rumor their aunts almost encourage with their eccentric old house, mysterious concoctions, and crew of black cats. Sally left behind the witch rumor by marrying and having children, and Gillian, the wild child, escaped by running as far away as she could from their small town. But one day when Gillian shows up at Sally’s door needing her help, the pair realize they can’t escape who they are and the bond that ties them together.

    The Rules of Magic, by Alice Hoffman
    Alice Hoffman continues to enchant her readers and fans of magical realism with this prequel to her beloved novel Practical Magic, which covers the backstory of the eccentric aunts to Gillian and Sally. The Owens family comes from a long line of witches,  so Susanna Owens knows that her three children—Franny, Jet, and Vincent—possess powers that make them both uniquely powerful and dangerous. As a result, Susanna sets firm rules for her children to protect them from themselves, their family legacy, and the truth. But when the children visit their aunt in the small town in Massachusetts from which the Owens family hails, they soon uncover family secrets and the truth about their powers.

    The Magicians (Magicians Series #1), by Lev Grossman
    In Lev Grossman’s book for fans of both the Harry Potter series and The Ninth House, high school math genius Quentin Coldwater is fascinated by the Fillory and Further books, a series of children’s magical fantasy tales set in a mystical land. So when Quentin is admitted into Brakebills College for Magical Pedagogy, a secret school for magic, it seems that his dreams may well have become reality. But, as Quentin soon learns, there’s a dark and dangerous side to magic, his new school, and even the enchanting Fillory and Further children’s books. This prequel to Grossman’s bestselling The Magician King would make an excellent next book after finishing The Ninth House.

    A Discovery of Witches (All Souls Trilogy #1), by Deborah Harkness
    Witches and vampires and demons, oh my! This is the crew readers will encounter in the first book in Deborah Harkness’s All Souls trilogy. In the historical-fantasy novel, Diana Bishop is a university professor and a reluctant witch who rejects the magical part of her life—she hasn’t learned to master her witchcraft and avoids being around other witches. But she’s forced into the witchy world when she uncovers a lost enchanted manuscript deep in Oxford’s Bodleian Library. The manuscript’s reappearance summons a fantastical underworld and attracts the attention of others who have been searching for it, forcing Diana to come to terms with her connection to a magical community she has previously avoided.

    The Poppy War, by R.F. Kuang
    Inspired by the recent history and culture of China, R.F. Kuang’s debut historical military fantasy finds orphaned peasant girl Rin living a life of misery in Nikan, but when she sits for the Keju, the empire-wide examination designed to find talented youth, she scores in the highest percentile, which comes as a shock to the test officials, her guardians, and even Rin herself. She is even more shocked to be assigned to the prestigious Sinegard military school, home to the children of the Empire’s elite. Rin is a target at school for the color of her skin, her poverty, and gender, but she soon discovers that she has something incredibly powerful: an aptitude for shamanism, which could well save her people from a third major war in this compelling and mythical tale.

    Mr. Penumbra’s 24-Hour Bookstore, by Robin Sloan
    Print certainly isn’t dead in Robin Sloan’s whimsical part-mystery, part–fairy tale, part–epic quest at the center of which lies a mystical all-night bookstore. In it, Clay Jannon loses his web design job in San Francisco to the Great Recession, and he finds himself working the night shift in Mr. Penumbra’s peculiar bookstore, where the few customers never seem to buy anything but instead check out super-obscure books. Clay begins to track the customers’ bizarre behaviors and crack various codes using media new and old, but when he brings his findings to his employer, he discovers that the bookstore’s secrets extend far beyond its many shelves of books, making for a perfectly mysterious and fanciful next read for fans of The Ninth House.

    The Book of Speculation, by Erika Swyler
    Erika Swyler’s debut novel is a bewitching story that makes for an excellent next read for those who enjoyed the magic and mystery (and architecture!) in The Ninth House. In it, young librarian Simon Watson lives in a crumbling-down house of mournful memories. With both of his parents dead and his little sister having run away, Simon struggles with whether he can free himself of the obligation he feels to the home his family left behind. One day, the arrival of a mysterious book—a log from the owner of a traveling carnival in the 1700s—on Simon’s doorstep coincides with a visit from his volatile sister, leading him to believe that much more sinister forces could be at work. And with July 24—the date upon which all the women in his family have died—looming, he has to get to the bottom of the mystery to save his sister.

    What are you reading after The Ninth House?

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  • Joel Cunningham 4:01 am on 2019/09/25 Permalink
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    #BNCountryMusic Sweepstakes Official Rules 

    NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. MAKING A PURCHASE DOES NOT INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING. The #BNCountryMusic Sweepstakes (the “Sweepstakes”) is sponsored by Barnes & Noble Booksellers, Inc. (“Sponsor”), 122 Fifth Ave, New York, New York 10011.

    1. ELIGIBILITY: Open only to legal residents of the fifty (50) United States and the District of Columbia, who are 18 years of age or older at time of entry. Eligible Entrants who are under the legal age of majority in their state of primary residence (a “Minor”) must get their parent or legal guardian’s permission to participate in the Sweepstakes. A Minor Entrant will be required to provide parental consent in a form satisfactory to the Sponsor before he or she can be declared a winner and any prize can be awarded under the terms of these Official Rules. Employees of Sponsor, and its parent, affiliates, subsidiaries, and advertising and promotion agencies involved in this Sweepstakes, and their immediate family members (parent, child, spouse, sibling and their respective spouses, regardless of where they reside) and/or those living in the same household of each, whether or not related, are not eligible to participate in or win the Sweepstakes. Void where prohibited by law. All applicable federal, state and local laws apply.

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    All prize details are at the sole discretion of the Sponsor. No substitution or transfer of prize except in Sponsor’s sole discretion; if any advertised prize becomes unavailable, Sponsor may award a substitute of comparable value. Odds of winning will depend upon the number of eligible entries received. Sweepstakes is open to over 100,000,000 Internet users in the United States.

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    Acceptance of prize constitutes permission for the Sponsor and its designees to use Winner’s name, city, state, likeness, voice, biographical information and statements for purposes of advertising, promotion and publicity in any and all media, now or hereafter known, throughout the world in perpetuity without additional compensation, notification or permission, unless prohibited by law. By participating, entrant (i) agrees to release and hold Sponsor, its parent, affiliates, subsidiaries, and advertising and promotion agencies, and each of their respective directors, officers, employees and assigns (collectively, the “Released Parties”), harmless against any and all claims and liability arising in whole or in part, directly or indirectly, out of participation in the Sweepstakes or misuse, nonuse or use of any prize; (ii) waives all rights to claim punitive, incidental and consequential damages, attorneys’ fees or any damages other than actual out-of-pocket costs incurred to enter; and (iii) agrees to be bound by these Official Rules. Released Parties are not responsible for incomplete, lost, late, damaged, inaccurate, illegible, misdirected, garbled, delayed or undelivered Entries; or for technical hardware or software malfunctions or failures of any kind, lost, unavailable network connections, or failed, incomplete, garbled or delayed computer transmission, which may limit an individual’s ability to participate. Sponsor reserves the right in its sole discretion, to cancel, suspend or modify the Sweeps or to disqualify any implicated entrant(s), (and their Entries) if any fraud, virus, actions by entrants, technical or other error or problem, or any other occurrence corrupts or affects the administration, integrity, security, or proper play of the Sweepstakes, as determined by Sponsor in its sole discretion. In the event of cancellation, Sponsor reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to award the prize in a random drawing from among all eligible, non-suspect Entries received up to the time of the event or action warranting such cancellation. In the event this Sweepstakes is cancelled prior to the stated end date, a notice will be posted at www.twitter.com/BNBuzz.  CAUTION: Any attempt by an entrant to deliberately damage any web site or undermine the legitimate operation of the Sweepstakes is a violation of criminal and civil laws, and should such an attempt be made, Sponsor reserves the right to seek damages from any such entrant to the fullest extent permitted by law, including criminal prosecution. Released Parties are not responsible for any technical, mechanical, printing, typographical, human or other error relating to or in connection with the Sweepstakes, including, without limitation, errors which may occur in the administration of the Sweepstakes, the processing of Entries, the announcement of the prize or in any Sweepstakes-related materials; or for any liability for damage to any computer system resulting from participating in, or accessing or downloading information in connection with this Sweepstakes.

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  • Joel Cunningham 7:00 am on 2019/09/20 Permalink
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    Celebrate British TV at Barnes & Noble 

    With the Downton Abbey movie arriving in theaters, Barnes & Noble is throwing a weekend long celebration of our favorite British TV series!

    This weekend,  September 20-22, you can get 50% off all British TV Shows DVDs & Blu-rays (both in stores & online)! Browse the complete selection here.

    If you’re looking to catch up on Downton Abbey, this is also your chance to get an amazing deal Barnes & Noble exclusive boxset featuring the first three seasons for only $19.99—$70 off the regular price!

    We’re also hosting a special sweepstakes: You can enter for a chance to win a free Trip to London (1 winner for a pair of tickets) A 7 Day Tour of England. Enter both in stores and online).

    And there are more special offers in stores only!

    Enter for a chance to win Downton Abbey Complete Collection gift set (one per store) a $199.99 value. Visit a store for the official rules and to learn how to enter.

    You’ll also receive a free Harney & Sons Tall Hot Tea with a the purchase of any British TV DVD or Blu-Ray. If you’re one of the first 25 customers to purchase, you’ll also receive a f
    ree button with the purchase of any Brit TV DVD or Blu-ray!

    British TV Weekend takes place at Barnes & Noble from September 20-22.

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