Harry Potter Turns Green

Harry Potter Goes Green
Scholastic Inc., publisher of the U.S. editions of the Harry Potter books, announced it will use more recycled materials in the 7th and final installment of J.K. Rowling’s beloved series.

The book will be 784 pages long and contain at least 30 percent post-consumer waste fiber.

Read the full story at the International Herald Tribune.

Reading Harry Potter will no longer be a guilty pleasure, it will be a guilt-free pleasure.

What is your favorite Harry Potter book? Mine is #3 The Prisoner of Azkaban.


2 responses to “Harry Potter Turns Green

  1. Goblet of Fire

  2. Nice to know Harry Potter is not being accused of ruining the enviroment:)