Auction of Signed Harry Potter Books to Help National Braille Press


Oct 03, 2007

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Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling has donated an entire set of the Harry Potter novels for a charity auction in order to help the National Braille Press. The complete set of hardback books published by Scholastic have been autographed by J.K. Rowling, and the books are now currently up for auction, with proceeds to help provide braille books for the blind. Bidding for this rare set of authentic autographed Harry Potter books runs now through October 25th, at which time the auction will then be featured at a special charity gala on October 26th from 7p.m. ’ 9 p.m. The gala held by the National Braille Press will be hosted by comedian Jay Leno. To bid, click here. Good luck!

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