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Potter Shipments Set Web Commerce Record shipped out more than a million copies of the new Harry Potter book, making Saturday 6/21/03 the largest distribution day of a single item in e-commerce history. Orders for ``Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix,'' the fifth installment in J.K. Rowling's hit series, nearly tripled those for the previous record-holder at Amazon. The old record of 410,000 was held by Book 4 in the series, ``Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire'' in 2000.

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
June 2004



Listings of all the Harry Potter books released at this time
 (including the next one coming up). There will be seven
 in all in the series by J. K. Rowling.

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
The first book of the series.

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
The second book of the series.

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
The third book of the series.

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
The fourth book of the series.


Chamber of

Prisoner of

Goblet of Fire

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Order of the Phoenix



HE WHAT?! Even Daniel Radcliffe is aghast at Harry's fate in book five
HE WHAT?! Even Daniel Radcliffe is aghast at Harry's fate in book five



September 4, 2003
Train in Vain
Graffiti vandals tag Harry Potter's Hogwarts Express train. It'll cost $5,000 to remove the silver-painted symbols from the steam engine used in the ''Potter'' movies

ALL A-BORED Graffiti vandals attacked the Hogwarts Express

ALL A-BORED Graffiti vandals attacked the Hogwarts Express

Harry Potter has taken on all manner of monsters and magicians, but his latest enemy is a gang of graffiti taggers, the aptly named Slobs. That's the name found sprayed on the side of the real-life train that appears in the ''Potter'' movies as the Hogwarts Express. According to England's The Sun tabloid, the vandalizing Muggles covered entire sides of two carriages with silver and green paint on Wednesday night while the famous steam engine was parked in a railyard. The taggers were spotted before they could finish the job and dispersed without getting caught. Said one railway worker: ''It’s just a shame Harry is not around at the moment to turn them into frogs.''

When it's not stopping at the imaginary Platform 9 3/4 at London's Kings Cross station to whisk the student wizards off to school, the steam engine has a day job, shuttling summer tourists between York and the seaside resort of Scarborough. The vandalism, which will cost an estimated $5,000 to clean up, ''is heartbreaking and has made me and the rest of the staff very angry,'' said James Shuttleworth, of the West Coast Railway Company, which operates the train. ''The people who did this are mindless toerags. This will horrify the millions of Harry Potter fans.'' We don't know what ''mindless toerags'' means, but it sounds like a curse worthy of an angry wizard.

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