The Miami Herald has an article about how some local libraries are dealing with the rush for Potter.
Here's a brief article about one of the many printing presses in the U.S. printing Book V.
Just like yesterday when we had you send us your Potter Food, what will you be WEARING to your Potter Party? We've already been sent loads of pictures of robes from the four houses and even a smattering of teachers dress-ups. Is anyone going as Flitwick? How about Mr. & Mrs. Weasley? I have yet to see a very convincingContinued...
WitchVox.com has an excellent view of the Potter series from the Neo-Pagan perspective.
I'm thoroughly convinced that the ratio between kids & adults who like the Potter series is rising in favor of the adults. This article shows what some disenchanted kids are also reading.
The Kansas City Star has posted some of the best results from their "Make-Your-Own Potter" contest.
I hope anyone going to visit the Diagon Alley being setup in Oak Park Illinois will be taking LOADS of pictures and sending them to us. This article in the Sun-Times just solidifies my belief that this will be one of the best parties in the country:
"I've been very impressed by the creativity ofContinued...
The Cape Argus details several Potter release parties going on around South Africa this weekend.
Free Books for two Texans who correctly answered ten trivia questions about the Potter series.
It seems that people have come forward to adopt several abandoned Barn Owls in need of a home due to their popularity from the Harry Potter movies.
The Telegraph has an interesting article in their travel section about a Musée de la Sorcelleris or Sorcery Museum.
Yet another naysayer: Gerry Goble from the Mansfield News Journal prefers the classics over Potter.
Newsround talks with some of the UKs teen stars about how they're anticipating release of the next book.
Today we have Part 2 of "This is Your Life" with the article "Into the Storm".