FILE - This Sunday May 30, 2004 file photo shows Daniel Radcliffe, left, who plays Harry Potter, Rupert Grint, second left, who plays Ron Weasley, and Emma Watson, right, who plays Hermione Granger, at the UK premiere of "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban", with author J K Rowling, in London. At last, Harry Potter's adventures are available electronically. The seven novels about J.K. Rowling's boy wizard are for sale as e-books and audio books on the author's Pottermore website, the site's creators announced Tuesday March 27, 2012. The books are available only through the website, which says they are compatible with major electronic e-readers, including Amazon's Kindle and Sony's Reader, as well as with tablets and mobile phones. (AP Photo/John D McHugh, file)

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FILE - This Sunday May 30, 2004 file photo shows Daniel Radcliffe, left, who plays Harry Potter, Rupert Grint, second left, who plays Ron Weasley, and Emma Watson, right, who plays Hermione Granger, at the UK premiere of "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban", with author J K Rowling, in London.  At last, Harry Potter's adventures are available electronically. The seven novels about J.K. Rowling's boy wizard are for sale as e-books and audio books on the author's Pottermore website, the site's creators announced  Tuesday March 27, 2012. The books are available only through the website, which says they are compatible with major electronic e-readers, including Amazon's Kindle and Sony's Reader, as well as with tablets and mobile phones. (AP Photo/John D McHugh, file)
FILE - This Sunday May 30, 2004 file photo shows Daniel Radcliffe, left, who plays Harry Potter, Rupert Grint, second left, who plays Ron Weasley, and Emma Watson, right, who plays Hermione Granger, at the UK premiere of "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban", with author J K Rowling, in London. At last, Harry Potter's adventures are available electronically. The seven novels about J.K. Rowling's boy wizard are for sale as e-books and audio books on the author's Pottermore website, the site's creators announced Tuesday March 27, 2012. The books are available only through the website, which says they are compatible with major electronic e-readers, including Amazon's Kindle and Sony's Reader, as well as with tablets and mobile phones. (AP Photo/John D McHugh, file)
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