Laura Mallory’s case for removing the “Harry Potter” books from Georgia’s libraries was dealt another blow today, as the Georgia Board of Education made a unanimous decision to keep the books.
Byline: Ben Schoen
The “Goblet of Fire” soundtrack made the top ten of 2005.
“Half-Blood Prince” made the “USA Today” list of top books of 2005.
BlogPulse has released their end-of-year lists for 2005 and Harry Potter topped the charts in the category of Most Blogged Person.
The winner of the 2005 “Time for Kids” Person of the Year award is announced.
“Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire” has generated $400m in box office revenue worldwide.
Did you know that “Philosopher’s Stone” probably would never have been published if it weren’t for an 8-year-old girl?
The “Harry Potter” series was added as a resource for proper word usage in the “Oxford Primary Dictionary”.