Who can you see dressing up, reading the next chapter, practising their potions or learning to fly?
Take a look this bumper retro gallery and see which Potterheads you can spot in these magical memories.
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1. Books to the library
Don Valley MP Caroline Flint presented two Harry Potter books to Doncaster Central Library Children's Library, watched by Hatchell Wood Primary School pupils Mathew Livsey, Lynsey Earley (left) and Amy Smith, all aged ten.The presentation took place at the Central Library in 2000
Photo: STEVE TAYLOR
2. Sunnyfield book week
Staff and Pupils from the Sunnyfield Primary School, Scawthorpe drew their book week to a close with a fancy dress day based on characters from books. Pictures show....Harry Potter a popular choice with many students in 2002
Photo: Barry Richardson
3. Bagging a bargain
Brother and sister Asa and Ellie Kate Jones, aged three and six, pictured checking out a Harry Potter book at the Methodist Church Christmas Fayre, held in the schoolroom at Northgate, Tickhill, in 2003
Photo: Steve Taylor
4. Bringing books to life
Pupils at Branton St Wilfrid's Church of England Primary School brought their favourite book characters to life in 2004. Our picture shows Harry Potter, and a Princess or in real life Danny McClen, aged six, and Heidi Smith aged seven.
Photo: Steve Taylor