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Happy Birthday, Corner Booth

Posted by: sue
April 29, 2007, 02:15 PM

As we are getting closer to the release of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, many fans are eager to discuss and learn new ideas and theories about what may be ahead in Book Seven. One way to take part in these discussions is in our Corner Booth chat area on the Leaky Lounge, which has been open for a year as of today. In our live chat, many different types of topics have been covered, ranging from those involving our Reading Groups, Wize Wizard Wednesday chats, Scribbulus chats, special events, and PotterCast. As we thank the members and staff who have worked hard and helped make our forums such a fun place to visit, be sure to stop by today at 3pm for a discussion on the Molly's Tribe essay about the Weasley family, found in our section. Enjoy!

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