Harry Potter titles repackaged

<p>Bloomsbury is to re-publish the Harry Potter companion titles, <em>Fantastic Beasts &amp; Where to Find Them</em> by Newt Scamander, and <em>Quidditch Through the Ages</em>, in July. The titles were originally published in aid of Comic Relief in 2002 and again in 2004.</p><p>The relaunched titles will again raise funds for the charity with &pound;1.15 from each &pound;4.99 title sold going to Comic Relief.</p><p>Previous editions of the book were published in a slim format similar to the &pound;1 World Book Day books but the latest editions will be chunkier versions comprising 128 rather than 96 pages, including the original illustrations. So far, according to Nielsen BookScan, <em>Fantastic Beasts</em> has sold 509,473 copies while <em>Quidditch </em>has sold 491,853. </p><p>The print run for the new version has yet to be confirmed. A spokesman for Bloomsbury said: &ldquo;There are always new Harry Potter readers coming to the series each year who will be looking for other exciting things to read.&rdquo;</p>