Like all Kindle books, books in the Harry Potter series are "Buy Once, Read Everywhere"
J.K. Rowling's books available as eBooks through the Kindle Store at Amazon.co.uk
Luxembourg - March 27th, 2012: J.K. Rowling's fans have been waiting for her extraordinary series to be available as Kindle books and today, Amazon.co.uk announced that the English-language versions of all seven best-selling and iconic Harry Potter books are now available to read on Kindle devices and any of the free Kindle apps, through an agreement with J.K. Rowling's new website and eBook shop Pottermore. To start shopping for books in the Harry Potter series, customers can visit the Kindle Store at Amazon.co.uk (www.amazon.co.uk/pottermore).
Customers will find it easy to search and find books in the Harry Potter series in the Kindle Store at Amazon.co.uk. They can visit the detail pages for the books and will be directed to the Pottermore Shop, where they will have the option to purchase the titles and seamlessly push them to their Kindle Library, and to every Kindle device and Kindle app a customer has.
"For years our customers have loved reading Harry Potter books in print, and have made them the best-selling print book series on Amazon.com," said Russ Grandinetti, Vice President of Kindle Content. "We’re excited that Harry Potter fans worldwide are now able to read J.K. Rowling's fantastic books on their Kindles and free Kindle reading apps."
As with all Kindle books, the Harry Potter series is "Buy Once, Read Everywhere" – customers can read the books on the largest number of devices and platforms, including any Kindle and on iPads, iPhones, iPod touches, PCs, Macs and Android devices.
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