Sunday, July 15, 2007

Harry Potter now available to the visually impaired fans

VISUALLY impaired Harry Potter fans will be able to read the final instalment of his adventures - thanks to a Highbridge-based children's charity.

The National Blind Children's Society will be burning the midnight oil after the book is released to make sure visually-impaired youngsters can find out what happens to the young wizard.

Special large print copies of Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows will be put together by the organisation's CustomEyes Book Team and sent out to those children who have pre-ordered the novel.

And one lucky visually-impaired youngster will also get their hands on their very own slice of Harry Potter history after the society held a competition to win a signed photograph of Hagrid, played by Robbie Coltrane, and his dog.

Over a thousand children were asked what was the name of his pet spider and are due to find out whether they have won the top prize on July 23.


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