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Closed | Win: a set of Harry Potter Books


If, like most people in both the world of books and beyond, you’re a fan of all things Harry Potter, read on to find out how you can win a set of these stunning special edition books from the lovely lot at Bloomsbury.

Tonight marks Harry Potter Night – a global celebration where fans of the brilliant boy wizard all around the world come together at their local bookshop, library or school to celebrate and pay tribute to all things Harry Potter.

‘Fantastic Beasts’ is the theme for this year’s Harry Potter Book Night, and if you want to get in on the action, there are plenty of ways in which you can get involved. If you want to host your own event,today is the last day you can register for the free downloadable Event Kit, which will give you everything you need to mark the occasion in style. Alternatively, visit your local bookstore or library to join like-minded fans in this annual celebration.

In honour of this momentous event I’ve joined forces with the team from Bloomsbury to offer one lucky reader the chance to win a stunning set of Harry Potter books, comprising of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, The Tales of Beedle the Bard and Quidditch Through the Ages; perfect reading matter for tonight and beyond.

If you’d like to enter, simply subscribe to my newsletter here; or, if you’re already a subscriber, comment below with your favourite Harry Potter book. The winner will be drawn at midday on Monday, 5th Feb AEST!


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29 comments on “Closed | Win: a set of Harry Potter Books”

  1. My favourites is Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban as it has my favourite character Sirius and Remus

  2. This is a difficult decision and I think I’ve change my mind at least ten times while writing this.. My favourite Harry Potter book is order of the phoenix though I’m happy reading any one of them ????

  3. It’s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. I loved Rita Skeeter and her animagus form. As well as the House Elves.

  4. Wow that’s a hard one… mine would have to be The Deathly Hallows… purely because it ties everything together and everything clicks into place with this WOAH moment… and of course… Always ????

  5. I have to say that I like the Philosopher’s Stone, as I can read and watch it with my children.

  6. Prisoner of Azkaban is my favourite, and a lot of other peoples favourite too it seems!

  7. Oh my goodness a favourite is so hard to choose! I think I will go between Goblet of Fire and Half Blood Prince.

    The parts I found hardest to read were the occulemency lessons as I when I read it first I was a lot younger and read it in bed! Nightmares about my mind being intruded!

  8. Subscribed ???? my favourite is the first … the first magical time a read HP will always be in my mind

  9. Really difficult to pick one favorite as I’ve read them all hundreds of times. But I do like the half blood prince as it has lots of times when I laugh and it ties together nicely when Harry and Dumbledore find out about the horcruxes

  10. My favourite is the deathly gallows. I love the story about the 3 brothers, and I also love how mature yet still child friendly the story is

  11. Oooh got to be the philosopher’s stone…. The one that started it all! Love the whole series though <3

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