Three new Harry Potter books to come

 
Three new Harry Potter books to come
Harry Potter fans can look forward to new books, as J K Rowling is launching new short-form content about the Harry Potter world, called Pottermore Presents, in September, which will be available to sell through online retailers in the UK, reports The Bookseller.

Pottermore Presents will begin with three new Harry Potter e-books, which have already been listed at retailers in the US, described as collections of short reads from Pottermore and penned by J K Rowling.

A spokesperson told The Bookseller that Pottermore Presents was created after the company realised not all J K Rowling fans visit pottermore.com. The material is designed to be accessed easily on mobile platforms.

Although Pottermore has not made an official announcement about the books, Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble and Apple's US iBook store have listed three new titles for sale: Short Stories from Hogwarts of Power, Politics and Pesky Poltergeists; Short Stories from Hogwarts of Heroism, Hardship and Dangerous Hobbies; and Hogwarts: An Incomplete and Unreliable Guide, all published by Pottermore Presents.They are retailing for $2.68 and publication is set for 6th September.

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