Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone

Footnotes

Notes

  1. ^ J.K. Rowling was christened Joanne Rowling, without a middle name, and adopted the nom de plume J.K. Rowling for publication.[13] She says that she was always known as "Jo"[14] The book's copyright page gives her name as "Joanne Rowling".[15]
  2. ^ The Children's Book Award, The Young Telegraph Paperback of the Year Award, the Birmingham Cable Children's Book Award and the Sheffield Children's Book Award.

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