Children's writer and deity JK Rowling has today published her latest work, a series of handwritten shopping lists. The critics are already hailing this collection as a classic, with the Independent describing it as 'coruscating', the Times praising it as 'scintillating' and the Guardian hailing it as 'pretty damn good'.
The shopping list, or, as it is published, 'The Paper Of Magic Delights' has been received gleefully by children and adults alike. Even the academics have been united in praise.
"There's so much imagination in them," Said Prof. Don Barker, "She doesn't just put cornflakes, she puts HONEY NUT cornflakes."
Rowling looks to carry this run of success on to next week, where she is nominated for the national award for Innovation in Adjectives. Fellow novelists Dan Brown and Joanna Trollope are also nominated.