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Sorting for "Prisoner of Azkaban" Reading Groups Now Open

Posted by: Edward
October 22, 2008, 03:56 PM

The doors of our very own Lily and Stag Inn are now open once again for sorting into our latest Reading Group discussions.  The third book, "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban," has been chosen to be read in our small, family-like reading groups.  Our Lily and Stag Inn features a unique atmosphere for reading the Harry Potter novels, with focus dissecting the book chapter by chapter and looking beyond the surface of the text to get down to the deeper meaning.  Due to the popularity of our previous two reading groups, we are now expanding capacity to 1,200 to accommodate all who wish to join.  To sort into your own individual reading group, please click this link and follow the directions to sort.  Only registered members of our Leaky Lounge forum are eligible to sort; if you are not yet a member of our Lounge, click here to register.  "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban" is also available to purchase in our Cauldron Shop.  Rediscover the magic of the third book in author J. K. Rowling's series by joining the Reading Groups today.  Enjoy!

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luna lover

First. Hope there are still some open spots!

Posted by luna lover on October 22, 2008, 09:12 PM report to moderator
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