Harry Potter

Harry Gets Patrons Excited

There are about a million Harry Potter stories buzzing aroung the net news sources now. This One from The Orlando Sentinel has a stronger library angle than most.

\"As librarians, this has us excited,\" said Nancy Gear of the Deltona branch. \"If kids read this book, and they see that they like books, we can get them to read other books. It`s that simple. But you have to get them to want to read.\"


Free Harry Potter!

Excite news carried this editorial about the censoring of Harry Potter\"When libraries, courts and schools like those in Zeeland place a ban or restriction on a book because a few parents disapprove of its theme, it stifles a child\'s learning opportunity and places a restriction on the selection of works children are able to chose and learn from. Harry Potter.\"



Reginald Aubry wrote :Just passing on some Harry Potter info for you...

The new book in the immensely popular children\'s series will come out
tomorrow...well, at midnight tonight, actually: Harry Potter and the
Goblet of Fire. Whether you\'re new to the series, or an old fan, I think
you\'ll find something fun and valuable in the following links.


Harry Potter Vs. the Librarian

This boy in this article from the Daily News waited up all night to get a Harry Potter book, but when he tried to check it out of the library, his mom realized she forgot her card. Would this boy go home in tears, or would Harry work his magic?\"The librarian referred Matthew and his mother to the main checkout desk. The clerk there said the mother needed only to provide some sort of identification. The problem was the mother had left that at home as well. All she could offer was Moses\' dog tag.\"


Harry Potter and the Wacky Web

ZDNet has a Story on how crazy this Harry thing has become. Amazon will deliver 250,000 books on Saturday alone! Barnesandnoble.com said it is getting more than 7,000 orders for the book daily.

\"We can\'t overstate the logistical challenge Amazon and its shipping partners are overcoming by offering Saturday delivery for 250,000 orders on two continents,\" wrote Lauren Cooks Levitan


Harry Potter Meets Hockey Star

The National Post has this heartwarming story about the similarities between Harry Potter and Tie Domi. \"Tie Domi has stood up against the toughest thugs in the National Hockey League, but the courage of left hooks and pulled sweaters and even haymakers is nothing compared to the courage Domi once showed a few years ago when he decided to do something worthwhile for Canadian children. He read out loud.\"


Potter Title

The secret is out: The title of the fourth book in the Harry Potter series is \"Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.\"


Small Manitoba town prints secret Potter book

The CBC has a nifty little Story on the location of the printer that is turnging out the new Harry Books.

\"The project, being bound and boxed south of Winnipeg, has been as closely guarded as a sorcerer\'s volume of incantations.


Bookstores plan marketing extravaganza for fourth Harry Potter book

CNN.com has the exciting news about Harry Potter coming soon with the fourth book. Here is an Article telling you how some of the bookstores are going to market the book.

\"Many merchants are staying open until the early morning hours of July 8, when the as-yet untitled book is released. Others are organizing Harry Potter-themed parties with magic shows and live owls. Internet retail giant Amazon.com, meanwhile, is countering by promising FedEx quick delivery for up to 250,000 online shoppers.\" 


Modern Day Witches say OK to Harry Potter

The Associated Press released this article about what modern witches have to say about Harry Potter.
\"For once, the witches aren\'t ugly old hags,\" said Michael Darnell, a 39-year-old computer programmer from Winnipeg, Canada, who has been a practicing witch for 25 years. \"For once they\'re the protagonists rather than the villains.\"
Another article, with an interview with J.K. Rowlings as well as Harry\'s future, appeared in Book Magazine



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