The man who discovered Harry Potter – BBC News



In 1996, after many rejections, author JK Rowling at last finds a publisher for her first Harry Potter novel. Witness talks to editor, Barry Cunningham, who spotted the boy wizard’s potential and helped create a phenomenon that would revolutionise childrens’ book publishing, selling more than 450 million copies.

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