Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix Children's Paperback Edition

by J. K. Rowling

Raincoast Books | August 10, 2004 | Trade Paperback

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J. K. Rowling has written a brilliant and utterly compelling new adventure that is one third longer than Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix continues the riveting tale of a 15-year-old wizard and his extraordinary powers. J. K. Rowling has written a brilliant and utterly compelling new adventure that is one third longer than Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. "A richly imagined world to which young readers will surrender themselves, and one of the most attractive heroes to come around in a long time."-Globe and Mail By printing Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix on 100 percent post-consumer recycled paper, Raincoast Books is minimizing its impact on the environment and helping safeguard biodiversity and the world''s forests. "The forest at Hogwarts is home to magical creatures like unicorns and centaurs. Because the Canadian editions are printed on Ancient-Forest Friendly paper, the Harry Potter books are helping to save magnificent forests in the muggle world, the home of magical animals such as Orangutans, Wolves and Bears. It''s a good idea to respect ancient trees, especially if they have a temper like the Whomping Willow." -J. K. Rowling

Format: Trade Paperback

Dimensions: 768 pages, 3.06 × 2.02 × 0.5 in

Published: August 10, 2004

Publisher: Raincoast Books

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1551927241

ISBN - 13: 9781551927244

Appropriate for ages: 9 - 12

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Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix Children's Paperback Edition

by J. K. Rowling

Format: Trade Paperback

Dimensions: 768 pages, 3.06 × 2.02 × 0.5 in

Published: August 10, 2004

Publisher: Raincoast Books

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1551927241

ISBN - 13: 9781551927244

From the Publisher

J. K. Rowling has written a brilliant and utterly compelling new adventure that is one third longer than Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix continues the riveting tale of a 15-year-old wizard and his extraordinary powers. J. K. Rowling has written a brilliant and utterly compelling new adventure that is one third longer than Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. "A richly imagined world to which young readers will surrender themselves, and one of the most attractive heroes to come around in a long time."-Globe and Mail By printing Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix on 100 percent post-consumer recycled paper, Raincoast Books is minimizing its impact on the environment and helping safeguard biodiversity and the world''s forests. "The forest at Hogwarts is home to magical creatures like unicorns and centaurs. Because the Canadian editions are printed on Ancient-Forest Friendly paper, the Harry Potter books are helping to save magnificent forests in the muggle world, the home of magical animals such as Orangutans, Wolves and Bears. It''s a good idea to respect ancient trees, especially if they have a temper like the Whomping Willow." -J. K. Rowling

About the Author

J. K. Rowling is the author of the Harry Potter series, the best selling children''s books in the world. She envisions seven books in the Harry Potter series.

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Junior Booklovers Contest Winner Katrina, age 14, Winnipeg, MB The fifth instalment of the Harry Potter series is so good! This book goes deeper into detail of the past when Voldemort was previously in power, and gives a more passionate and mature "Harry-view." The first chapter starts off one month after the fourth book left us, just after the return of the Dark Lord Voldemort. Harry is found worried and very frustrated - the innocent hero is finally feeling the weight of his fame and fortune (or should I say curse?), and who can blame him? Harry just witnessed the rebirth of the evil idiot who killed his parents and tried to kill him but didn't succeed - giving Harry his name to fame as the only person to have survived the Avada Kedavra Curse (immediate death). I would be a nervous and moody wreck too! After hearing nothing from anyone, including his best friends Ron and Hermione, for a month at Privet Drive, Harry sets out in an exceptionally bad mood to the park, one late summer evening. He meets up with his cousin Dudley (who was causing a bit of trouble in the neighborhood) and as they head home, they get a visit from a very determined and deadly pair of Dementors (guards of the wizard prison, Azkaban). So much for a nice stroll in the park. This attack on Harry is one of many in this book, and I'm afraid, that in the next two books to come, there will be many more. Once the school year at Hogwarts starts (a rocky start at that!), and Harry gets back into the groove of
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"A richly imagined world to which young readers will surrender themselves, and one of the most attractive heroes to come around in a long time." (Globe and Mail)

Appropriate for ages: 9 - 12

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