Vicki G
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Katie Winkler Don't forget that Crookshanks, Hermione's cat, delivered the order. I wish Crookshanks had been a bigger presence in the movie version.
Mg Inkspill it's in Sirius' letter at the latter part of the book.
Blondie S
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Ariel Merzer Turn to the last chapter and read until you reach Sirius's letter,you will find the answer to your question there.
Peter Because he is Harry's godfather.
Ella
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Rebecca Weston My first thought was that he had (I read this when I was a bit younger) a Gringotts bank account and just went and bought the broom. Of course, that wasn't possible considering he was a wanted man. I reread the ending of the book and found out for sure. They're all right. He ordered the broom in Harry's name. There you are. Nothing else to it.
Akif Even though thıs ıs not an answer ı dıdınt get that eıther ıdıdent get ıf thıs ıs ın the letter or not ps sorry about the wrıtıng errors
Jenny
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Unicorn Mania Good Question! I think it's because Sirius Black known a friend and he asked his friend to buy it for him.
Caito Junqueira So, people think the author, and the agent, and the editor, and the publicist all let that detail pass without explanation... interesting...
El I think he had ordered the firebolt and paid for the delivery too..he had money in the black family account..
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