2 edition of Creevey"s life and times found in the catalog.
Creevey"s life and times
|Statement||edited by John Gore.|
|Contributions||Gore, John, 1885-1983.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||466|
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Colin Creevey ( – 2 May, ) was a Muggle-born wizard, son of Mr Creevey and Mrs Creevey, and older brother of Dennis. He was a big fan of the famous Harry Potter, who was a year ahead of him in school. During his first year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, he was sorted into Gryffindor House.
He was known for taking several pictures of Harry and other students. During Boggart: Lord Voldemort. How To Read A Book by Mortimer J. Adler. I remember the exact line from that book that changed the course of my life and made me at peace with who I am: Paraphrased: Whenever you read something you don't understand, that's the only chance you're ever given to.
We need to talk about Colin Creevey. I know that the Battle of Hogwarts was the emotional equivalent of getting shanked 86 times by a nice blonde British woman. I love you, J.K. Rowling, but hot. Over the thousands of pages of "Harry Potter" books and hours of their movie adaptations, funeral bells rang almost constantly.
Hell, baby Harry's first .Dudley figured that it was a reasonable question. After all, Harry was always even tempered during the summers, except when the situation more than deserved it, like when he and Dudley had been attacked, or when Aunt Marge was badmouthing Aunt Lily and Uncle James, or when he was locked in that cupboard yeah.
Many times his temper was deserved.