What JK Rowling said about the first Harry Potter book – BBC News

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  • JK Rowling – then known as Joanne – speaks in 1997 about how she felt seeing her first Harry Potter book in the shops.
    It’s 20 years since Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone was published.
    Rowling was interviewed by CBBC Blue Peter’s Konnie Huq in December 1997.

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