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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5. Midnight reading
Joshua Robinson gets in some Harry Potter reading at ASDA store on Bawtry Rd Doncaster at the launch of the Half Blood Prince in 2005
Photo: Dean Atkins
6. Harry Potter themed window display
Book seller Leilah Skelton, of Waterstone's, Frenchgate, Doncaster, is pictured with the Harry Potter themed window display ahead of the launch of the Order of the Phoenix in 2007
Photo: STEVE TAYLOR
7. Channelling her inner witch
Kimberley Sullivan, aged 15, of Edlington, pictured at the Harry Potter event at Waterstone's bookshop in Doncaster's Frenchgate in 2007
Photo: Steve Taylor
8. Little cuties
Pupils at Highfields Primary School enjoy Book Day, as they dress up as their favourite characters.L-R are Rebecca Bullman, five, as a witch, and Ryan Hooks, six, as Harry Potter in 2007
Photo: Liz Robinson