The Magic Treehouse was a popular, and now defunct, fantasy book series written by J.K. Rowling, based on her series of children’s books.
Rowling sold the series to Simon & Schuster in 2009, and it was republished in the United Kingdom in 2012.
The series included books based on Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, and The Hobbit.
Rowling also penned an adaptation of The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, a book in which Watson and his friend Watson’s companion Watson’s brother, Sherlock Holmes , investigate a series of mysterious disappearances.
Rowling later published a sequel, which is still in print today.
Rowling’s series of books and books based around them have sold over 2 million copies worldwide.
Rowling recently told Entertainment Weekly that the first three books in the series have sold around 2 million units.
In the book series, Watson travels the world to investigate the mysterious disappearings of his brother, a detective who works for the British Ministry of Magic.
The book series began in 1984 and is set in a fictional London called The Wizarding World of Harry Potter.
The first book, Harry and the Prisoner of Azkaban, was published in 1985 and followed Watson’s adventures as a child in an unnamed British city.
The second book, The Prisoner, followed Watson and the other children in the story, as they investigated a series, including the disappearance of their beloved friend, Harry, from the orphanage.
The third book, Hogwarts, was released in 2000, and was set in the fictional London of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
The sixth book, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, was also released in 1998.
The franchise’s fourth book, A Christmas Carol, was not released until 2010.
Rowling and her husband, J. K. Rowling , have been involved with the Harry Potter series for more than 30 years.
Rowling was born in London to Mimi and John Rowling, and the couple moved to England in their teens.
Rowling went on to study at the London School of Economics, and worked as a copy editor and editor-in-chief at children’s publishing company Macmillan, which became her publisher.
In her youth, Rowling was the first British writer to receive the Booker Prize, the highest honor bestowed by the British Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Rowling is married to author J.k.
Rowling of the Harry and The Prisoners series.