Title revealed for next Harry Potter book.THE title of the next instalment in the Harry Potter series has been unveiled.
The new book, Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince, will be the sixth in the multi-million-selling tales of the schoolboy wizard.
Author JK Rowling showed visitors the title on her official website just as hoaxers tried to make fans believe it would be called Harry Potter and the Pillar pillar, freestanding columnar supporting member. It is a general term, little used as an exact architectural definition except as applied to an upright support in the medieval styles, consisting of an assemblage of juxtaposed shafts and moldings; unlike the column, of Storge.
She disclosed the new title was one originally considered for the second book - which became Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets.
But she said she "nearly fell off my chair giggling" when she read news of the fake title had caused her to make a last minute change.
She told visitors to her official website Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince was the title "I have been using in my head for ages and ages". And she did give fans a teasing teasing
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Rowling's UK publishers Bloomsbury and her US publisher, Scholastic, have both confirmed the title of the book.
Rowling's first book, Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, was published in June 1997, winning the Smarties Smarties may refer to:
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See : Prize for ages 9-11 and being named the British Book Awards Children's Book of the Year.
The fifth book, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix sold 1.77 million copies on its first day last year. It sold almost five times as much as the first-day sales for the fourth book, Harry Potter and the Goblet Of Fire, which was the fastest-selling book in history on its first weekend of publication in July 2000.
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