Harry Potter The Monster Book of Monsters Prop Replica
Attending the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry means buying a variety of odd books for classes, and The Monster Book of Monsters is one of them. If you’re cosplaying as a student of the magical school seen in the Harry Potter films, take just one more step and carry around The Monster Book as a prop. It will compliment your school uniforms and robes nicely. You can definitely make your own interpretation of the book, or you could pre-order a newly available prop replica by Insight Collectibles.
Pictured above, this Monster Book of Monsters is based on the vicious one seen in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. It’s furry with eyes, teeth, a tongue, and tentacles. The book comes with a copy of Harry Potter: The Creature Vault so you can actually use it to learn about the monsters and creatures in the Harry Potter universe.
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