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January 31, 2002, 11:02 PM

Potter challenges romantic fiction in library league. JK Rowling has soared up the lending league to mount a challenge to Catherine Cookson's dominance of the library world. Her Harry Potter book Goblet Of Fire has become the third most loaned title in Britain. And in a related article, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire was the most borrowed library book in Scotland last year.

It's time to choose the nominees for the American Moviegoer Awards. Choose your five favorites for Outstanding Picture, Outstanding Director, Outstanding Actor, Outstanding Actress, Outstanding Supporting Actor, Outstanding Supporting Actress, and write in your favorite movie line of the year. Then come back on February 7 to see who the final nominees are (thanks to everyone who sent in the link).

Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone opened at Chinese cinemas amid expectations that widely available pirated versions will not prevent the boy wizard from again performing his favourite trick -- conjuring up huge box office numbers.

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