You could own a copy of “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix” that has been signed by the golden trio!
After the longest three-year wait of our lives, “Order of the Phoenix” had finally been released! Read, remember, and share all about it in this week’s MuggleNet Throwback!
We have been seeing these back cover pieces come out regularly in preparation for Scholastic’s release of the set on August 27. Here now, is the latest one to be revealed for Book 5: Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix.
As we have been reporting, Bloomsbury has been releasing new cover art for their new adult version of the Harry Potter book series. Now, they have just released the latest cover for Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix on their Harry Potter Facebook Page.
MuggleNet has found the images for both Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire and Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. According to an article by the Wall Street Journal, the cover for Goblet of Fire was released by Scholastic’s vice president and publisher, Arthur Levine, in Chicago, Illinois at the annual American Library convention.
Throwback: J.K. Rowling’s website reveals handwritten spreadsheet for “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix”
What goes on inside the mind of J.K. Rowling? It is a question that plagues every Harry Potter fan on a regular basis, but is very seldom answered. In an article from Flavorwire, nine widely known authors share bits of their early work on what would become literary classics. One author, of course, is J.K. Rowling, whose original website featured this some years ago.
Great news for blind or visually impaired Potter fans! The fifth book in the series, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix has been formatted into Braille. The fifth book is the longest of the seven, and it might seem like a brick at 765 pages for the UK Edition, but printed in Braille, Order of the Phoenix is multiple volumes that reach two feet in height when stacked on top of each other.