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Well, for one thing, it's the coolest high school newspaper in all the land. Watch our video and find out more.
Just about everyone knows someone who has been bullied, in ways big and small. Understandably, though, many victims are reluctant to speak about their experiences. We found some who aren't.
Harry Potter, as we all know, will never be over. It lives on in our generation, in a group of kids who waited anxiously on their 11th birthdays, maybe expecting a letter from a magical school. In the readers and moviegoers who stayed up until the wee hours of many nights reading, watching, waiting for J.K. Rowling's next installment. We can visit Harry's world any time by flipping through Rowling's pages or making a trip to an Orlando attraction. Here are some fellow Potter lovers who are keeping the magic alive.
St. Pete Times book editor Colette Bancroft attended the LeakyCon event in Orlando recently, a July convention that brought Potter fans together at Universal Orlando. Read about her encounters with the screaming (accio ear plugs!) Potter enthusiasts, plus a sneak peek at Pottermore!
And if you're still aching for more Potter-palooza, save your galleons up for this massive Harry Potter celebration in November. (Or try convincing your parents that it'd make a great family trip.)