On Saturday afternoon, Harry Potter devotees Charlie Schell, 14, and Signe Hansen, 13, lovingly created Bowtruckles at the Hufflepuff House during Johnson County Library’s Tri-Wizard Tournament. The event celebrated the 20th h anniversary of the publication of J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. In the wizard world, Bowtruckles are twig-like, tree-dwelling creatures and guard trees that produce wand-quality wood.
On Saturday afternoon, Harry Potter devotees Charlie Schell, 14, and Signe Hansen, 13, lovingly created Bowtruckles at the Hufflepuff House during Johnson County Library’s Tri-Wizard Tournament. The event celebrated the 20th h anniversary of the publication of J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. In the wizard world, Bowtruckles are twig-like, tree-dwelling creatures and guard trees that produce wand-quality wood. Anne Marie Hunter Special to The Star
On Saturday afternoon, Harry Potter devotees Charlie Schell, 14, and Signe Hansen, 13, lovingly created Bowtruckles at the Hufflepuff House during Johnson County Library’s Tri-Wizard Tournament. The event celebrated the 20th h anniversary of the publication of J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. In the wizard world, Bowtruckles are twig-like, tree-dwelling creatures and guard trees that produce wand-quality wood. Anne Marie Hunter Special to The Star

20 years later, the magic continues

August 01, 2017 4:42 PM