A copy of the first

Feb 12, 2002

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A copy of the first edition of JK Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone has fetched more than £9,700 at auction in London.

A cruel pet owner used his owl to cash in on the Harry Potter phenomenon. He offered children the chance to be photographed with the beautiful bird of prey in a shopping mall.

The bestselling children’s book Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone by JK Rowling has been banned from use in private schools in the United Arab Emirates.

A schoolboy who bears more than a striking resemblance to film phenomenon Harry Potter is set to go up against other lookalikes from throughout Scotland. Dean Addison, 6, of Market Square, won the Specsavers Opticians hunt for the best North-east Harry Potter lookalike.





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