Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows has gone on sale around the world. This girl was the first to buy it in London.
This little boy had to wait for his dad to buy his copy of Deathly Hallows in Beijing, China.
In Jakarta, Indonesia, this girl found a spot away from all the crowds to get stuck into Harry's latest adventure.
And these boys in Singapore were also anxious to get stuck into the book, barely making it out of the shop.
In Germany a special reading event, called Mugglefest, was put on by the members of the German Harry Potter fan club.
A little earlier in the evening the final Harry Potter book went on sale down the road in Berlin.
In Sydney there was a special train to take fans to a secret location to get their hands on the book.
This boy in Hong Kong dressed up for the occasion. You can hardly see his book because he's holding it so tight.
Things didn't look too organised in Vietnam. Not so much a queue as a rugby scrum to get the book.
The book went on sale at the same moment all around the world. In Tel Aviv in Israel people bought it at 2am.