Dressed as Harry Potter, Liam Faulkenberry, 7, gets excited about a Harry Potter trivia session at Books-A-Million in Manchester Village on Friday night for the series' final book release today. Book stores such as Books-A-Million held parties for Harry Potter fans on Friday. The series of books written by J.K. Rowling have sold 325 million copies in 64 different languages.
Dressed as Harry Potter, Liam Faulkenberry, 7, gets excited about a Harry Potter trivia session at Books-A-Million in Manchester Village on Friday night for the series' final book release today. Book stores such as Books-A-Million held parties for Harry Potter fans on Friday. The series of books written by J.K. Rowling have sold 325 million copies in 64 different languages.
Dressed as Harry Potter, Liam Faulkenberry, 7, gets excited about a Harry Potter trivia session at Books-A-Million in Manchester Village on Friday night for the series' final book release today. Book stores such as Books-A-Million held parties for Harry Potter fans on Friday. The series of books written by J.K. Rowling have sold 325 million copies in 64 different languages.

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July 20, 2007 11:45 PM

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