This is a quick, cute, fun read. It's only about 100 pages, and the margins are huge, so I got through it very fast. The book is a collection of wizard fairytales from the Harry Potter universe. If you've read Harry Potter, most of the tales and characters will be familiar.
There's not much to say about this book because there's not much to the book. The stories are clever, and I loved Dumbledore's commentary. I especially liked that Dumbledore talked about how the stories changed or were censored over time. That made them feel more realistic because there are dozens of versions of real-life fairytales. It's interesting that wizard fairytales are the same.
Mostly, these stories made me miss Harry Potter. Now I want to go reread those.
The profits from this book go to a wonderful charity. It's worth buying just for that.