Leaky is excited to offer its readers the opportunity to be the lucky winner of a Box Set of the US edition Harry Potter novels in paperback as part of Scholastic's Real Magic of Harry Potter campaign. In partnership with Scholastic, this giveaway is open to readers 13 or older (under 18 with parents/guardian permission) from anywhere in the world. From Scholastic:
Read the fastest selling book of all time and experience the adventure from the beginning! Enter to win the complete Harry Potter box set in paperback! And don’t forget to check out Scholastic’s national sweepstakes. They are giving away 4 family trips to Universal Orlando Resort’s The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, which opens June 18th.
In order to enter,make a comment to this post-- and to this post only-- telling us which part of the Wizarding World of Harry Potter theme park you're most excited to experience, as well as your favorite Harry Potter book.
This giveaway is open to any and all, and runs through Saturday, May 15, 2010 at 11:59pm EST.
The winner will be chosen randomly and announced around 12 noon EST on Monday, May 17, 2010.
As readers will recall, in March Scholastic launched their Real Magic of Harry Potter campaign, which is offering the chance for US residents aged 7-14 to win one of four family trips for four (4) to Universal Orlando Resort's The Wizarding World of Harry Potter. The Wizarding World of Harry Potter Sweepstakes, open now through June 1, 2010, this contest offers eligible entrants the chance to visit the Harry Potter theme park, and includes:
Ground transfers to/from airport in Orlando.
3 nights at an on-site hotel.
3-day/2-park admission to both Universal Orlando theme parks
Hogsmeade, and having a butterbeer. Favourite book is definitely Half-Blood Prince.
Can’t wait to see Hogwarts. And my fave book – Prisoner of Azkaban
I can’t wait to experience Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey. My favourite book is The Goblet of Fire
I’m most excited about visting Hogsmeade! And my favorite book is Order of the Phoenix.
I’m seriously excited about walking through Hogwarts – it’ll be like one of my goals in life! (eh… maybe. ;) )
my favorite book has got to be order of the phoenix, cause it was really interesting to see a brooding Harry, as opposed to the normally super-heroic golden savior of Britain. Though, my favorite audio book has to be Half-Blood Prince, as that one just SOUNDS better…
Definitely The Leaky Cauldron! and Favorite book? Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.
Will be visiting this summer for sure. OMT
I’m most excited to go into Hogwarts and try all the food there, it sounds amazing! And my favourite book is Order of the Phoenix.
I am looking forward to wandering around in Ollivander’s. My fav book is Prisoner of Azkaban.
Can’t wait to see Hogwarts =]
Favorite book is by far Deathly Hallows
I can’t wait to visit all of the Hogsmeade shops! Just being able to walk around Harry’s world, really.
My fav book is Half-Blood Prince. :)
I think my most anticipated part of the experience will be visiting the castle and tasting the butterbeer – can’t wait! My favorite book is Half-Blood Prince, because I knew at the end of it that Snape was on Harry’s side.
I can’t wait to experience the rides – wizard style!
OMG. Ever since I heard about this theme park, I’ve been keeping a very watchful eye on Leaky and any other news online for pictures, updates, etc. I can’t wait for the Three Broomsticks AND Hogwarts castle! My favorite book is still the very first one, The Sorcerer’s Stone (along with the movie, in which I can say every line along with the characters!!)
I am looking forward to the three broom sticks. I am curious to see how they take food items from the series and create them for our pleasure.
I must say that I still like the Sorcerer’s Stone, I enjoy how both Diagon Alley and Hogwarts are described.
(though I must admit Dumbledore’s visit to the Dursley’s house is one of my favorite scenes out of all of the books.)
I cannot begin to write how excited I am for Hogwarts! To be able to walk into a tangible school that I’ve been reading about since I was 11 years old will be such a special experience for me. I know that I will just want to sit inside Dumbledore’s office all day :)
As far as my favorite book, each one has something unique to offer. Yet I would have to say my favorite is Deathly Hallows…the way she was able to tie everything together and incorporate small details from the first books into the end of the series will always amaze me.
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