One of the troubles with Harry–and, in honesty, they’re high-class complaints–has been that though the series was originally marketed for the 8-to-12-year old reading slot, adults thoroughly loved the books, as well. Adults, however, were apparently less than enthusiastic about being seen in public reading what was obviously a kid’s book. In the UK, this problem was resolved by actually developing two entirely different sets of cover art. The original art is cartoon-y and fun. The more recently developed covers look like any adult-targeted book: if you don’t know who Harry is, you’d be none the wiser. And, once again, this does not happen. Sometimes books written for adults will find a readership in the young adult market, but books originally written for children seldom, if ever, find a readership in the adult market. Yet, here again, Harry has made a considerable dent.