Scholastic Updates Site with New Video, “Sorcerer’s Stone” Shipping Early

114

Sep 11, 2008

Posted by SueTLC
Uncategorized

Previously we told you that Scholastic was issuing a special 10th Anniversary edition of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone that was due to be released on September 23. Today however, this TLC editor got word her copy pre-ordered from Amazon.com had already been shipped (and due in next few days), and other readers have already received their copies of the book. At this point we do not know if how many (if any) other retailers are sending out copies of the book early as well, and will update with more on that when we can. As always, for those wishing to avoid spoilers, a caution that our comments may contain details about the new material.

On a related note, Scholastic has now uploaded this new video where fans remember reading the first book in the Harry Potter series all those years ago. A reminder that Scholastic will be holding a special Read-a-Thon of the book at the Scholastic Store in New York City on September 23. The reading is open to the public starting at 8:00am, with first 100 people to win a free copy of the 10th Anniversary Edition of Sorcerer’s Stone, plus you will be reading the book sitting on the same throne chair that author J.K. Rowling used at the Carnegie Hall and Radio City Hall appearances. Scholastic will be preparing the space for the reading on September 15, and you can see a preview of the setting via this link. Be sure to check out the lovely new cover with artwork from Mary Grandpre here as well.





48 Responses to Scholastic Updates Site with New Video, “Sorcerer’s Stone” Shipping Early

Comments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soon

Write a Reply or Comment

Finding Hogwarts

The Leaky Cauldron is not associated with J.K. Rowling, Warner Bros., or any of the individuals or companies associated with producing and publishing Harry Potter books and films.