#1. What shape scar does Harry Potter have on his forehead?
#2. Who was the prisoner of Azkaban?
#3. What is the name of Ron's pet rat?
#4. A dragon features on the badge for Gryffindor house. True or false?
The badge features a lion.
#5. Who kills Dumbledore at the end of the sixth Harry Potter book?
#6. In the first book, how old is Harry Potter when he discovers that he is a wizard?
#7. What does the word "muggle" mean in Harry Potter books?
#8. Who does Harry live with before going to Hogwarts?
#9. The Hogwarts Express departs from which platform at London's King's Cross station?
#10. Which pets are not officially allowed at Hogwarts?
#11. What is the name of the magical mirror that shows people the deepest desires of their hearts?
#12. What is the name of the magical plant that allows a wizard or witch to breathe underwater?
#13. When is Harry Potter's birthday?
#14. The word "muggle" is now in the Oxford English Dictionary. True or false?
#15. Why does the first Harry Potter book have a different title in America?
Not all Harry Potter fans will be aware that the first Harry Potter book has a very different title in the US – and is actually called “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone”. The named “Philosopher’s Stone” was JK Rowling’s original title, and is in reference to an actual legend of a stone that grants immortality from the Middle Ages. The reason why the title was changed was because the US publisher, Scholastic, thought that kids wouldn’t want to read a book with the name “Philosopher” in it.