Spoiler for Muggles

What’s the most magical thing about the new Harry Potter book?

The Bite
It’s not a plot twist, a dead main character (um, well…), or even a sweet new spell. As the last in the best-selling children’s book series of all time, the printing of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows novel will use more sustainable paper than any previous book. And that’s no fiction.

The Benefits
Sustainable paper. Of the 16,700 tons of paper used in the first printing of the final book, 65% was certified by the the Forest Stewardship Council as sustainably harvested.

Setting an example for the publishing industry. U.S. book publishers use 20 million trees per year, so moving to greener paper is a big deal.

An even more gratifying read. You’re gonna read it anyway, but Harry’s final showdown with You-Know-Who reads even better on sustainable paper.

Wanna Try?
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – you can purchase it anywhere, but this retailer puts profits toward building libraries in Asia ($28).

This was Today’s Tip from Ideal Bite

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