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By Jessica Leafe

On the 5th February, Bloomsbury Publishing is inviting Harry Potter fans to take part in the first official Harry Potter Book Night, where schools, libraries, book groups and bookstores will be hosting events with games, activities and quizzes on the series.

Although key regions around the U.K. will be able to be part in the special events organised by Bloomsbury, the Harry Potter Book Night is open to readers worldwide. Register here, and you will be sent a Harry Potter Book Night Kit available for free download.

In the meantime, you can practise your Potter trivia with these ten questions below.
Warning: Spoiler Alert*
*Just kidding, if you haven’t read them by now, you don’t deserve spoiler alerts.

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