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Greg Neft, KSL Newsradio Libraries across the Wasatch Front are taking lots of precautions to keep the new Harry Potter book under wraps.
Salt Lake City Downtown Library Technical Services Director Kimberly Bray says, "We are going to store them in a secure area" so that "nobody sees them before hand."
Not even the library staff will get to take a peek. "We won't even open the boxes with the books until about three o'clock in the afternoon. It's just the right amount of time to get them processed and ready for the public," Bray says.
So for those of you who think you can find Harry before his time, good luck. You'll need it.