Get Unlimited Access to “Sorcerer’s Stone” E-Book for Two Weeks!

In celebration of the 20th anniversary of the release of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone in the United States on September 1, Pottermore Publishing is offering unlimited access to the e-book at public libraries in North America from August 27 to September 10.

This is great news for anyone looking to discover the magic of Harry Potter for the first time or introduce it to any young readers in their lives!

Simply download Libby, the library reading app, from the App Store, Google Play, or Microsoft Store, and you can access Sorcerer’s Stone through your library with no cost, waitlists, or holds. At the end of the lending period, the title will automatically expire with no late fees.

Jennie McCann, publishing director at Pottermore Publishing, commented on the announcement:

Pottermore Publishing is delighted to offer fans the chance to celebrate 20 years since the publication of ‘Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone’ via their local library. We have worked with digital library distributors across the US to bring this to life and look forward to seeing the campaign unfold.

You likely need a library card to get access, but some libraries also have enabled an Instant Digital Card, which requires only a cell phone number to sign up.

The 20th anniversary of Sorcerer’s Stone is being celebrated in all corners of the franchise, from new Scholastic book covers to movie marathons. Join us in taking a look back at the history of the franchise here!

Catherine Lai

I have been a fan of Harry since 2000, a fan of MuggleNet since 2005, and a MuggleNet team member since 2013. I believe in the power of stories to bring people together, and nothing does that quite like Harry Potter. I’m an annoyingly proud Canadian and live in Toronto.