Save Muggle Forests

This month, the long-awaited release of the latest Harry Potter book will hit the nation's shelves. Many readers of every age are excited to learn the secrets in store for Harry Potter, but the book's publisher, Scholastic, has another secret it doesn't want you to know: Its books will not be printed on recycled paper. We have some magic up our sleeves too - a link to the Canadian publishers of Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince, who can send you a tree-friendly version of this popular book.

Take Action >> Work your magic on Scholastic! Send it a letter notifying it that you will buy your copy of Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince from its Canadian rivals, who have already agreed to print the book on 100% recycled paper.

Buy the Book >> Order your copy of the latest Harry Potter straight from Canada.

Petition:

I am a Harry Potter fan and am looking forward to reading 'Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince.' But because Scholastic released American copies on paper that is not recycled, I plan to purchase my copy from Canada, where Raincoast Books is using 100% recycled paper. I support any and all efforts publishers take to stop sourcing paper from endangered forest regions and instead use recycled and Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified paper for their books. I would have liked to see Scholastic print 'Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince' on 100% recycled paper. But until it does, I plan to tell my friends and family to buy a Canadian copy of Harry Potter instead. Thank you for working to make this possible.
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