Pottermore Publishing, Scholastic Inc. and Penguin Random House Audio are teaming up for an exclusive Harry Potter US library campaign launching on Harry Potter Book Night.
Libraries have played a vital role in introducing audiences to the magic of Harry Potter and the wizarding world for over twenty years. To celebrate the role of the library as the perfect place to discover the wizarding world, all three publishers are inviting libraries and their patrons in the US to take part in a Harry Potter Library Sweepstakes.
How does it work?
From Harry Potter Book Night on 6 February to 29 February 2020, librarians and their patrons can enter the giveaway by sharing what makes their library magic, using the hashtags #MyLibraryIsMagic and #Sweepstakes, and tagging their library.
What do they win?
Three lucky libraries will win the Harry Potter series in five different formats:
Harry Potter 1-7 physical hardbacks
Harry Potter 1-7 physical CDs
Harry Potter 1-7 digital audiobook licenses
Harry Potter 1-7 eBook licenses
Harry Potter 1-4 illustrated edition hardbacks*
As part of the celebrations, we are sending thousands of exclusive illustrated posters to libraries across the US and these designs are also included in a comprehensive downloadable kit made up of ready-made social tiles, Harry Potter trivia assets, and a ready-to-go e-newsletter outlining the sweepstakes, which can be found on this very website: www.pottermorepublishing.com/HarryPotterLibrarySweeps
The sweepstakes will run from 6 February 2020 to 29 February 2020. The closing date for entries is 11:59pm on 29 February 2020.
As ever, all of the above titles and more from the Wizarding World are available for purchase through a library’s preferred wholesaler or digital distribution platform.
So make like Hermione, and get enthusing about your local library!
*Harry Potter 5-7 illustrated editions not yet published.
NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. US Residents, 18+. Ends 29 February 2020. See Official Rules at https://www.pottermorepublishing.com/harrypotterlibrarysweeps/terms