During the summer, a group of Dementors appear to attack Harry and Dudley. Harry uses the Patronus Charm to save his and Dudley's lives, then Mrs. Figg, their neighbor, takes them home. Later, Harry receives a letter informing him that he is now expelled from Hogwarts. Many days later, some wizards and witches arrive to rescue Harry. He is taken to court, where his hearing will take place. The judge is the Minister of Magic, and a woman named Dolores Umbridge, the Senior Undersecretary, is part of the jury. Clear of all charges, Harry moves on with his fifth year at Hogwarts. The Senior Undersecretary is the new Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher.


  1. Dudley Demented 
  2. A Peck of Owls 
  3. The Advance Guard
  4. Number Twelve Grimmauld Place
  5. The Order of the Phoenix 
  6. The Noble and Most Ancient House of Black
  7. The Ministry of Magic
  8. The Hearing 
  9. The Woes of MrsWeasley
  10. Luna Lovegood 
  11. The Sorting Hat's New Song 
  12. Professor Umbridge 
  13. Detention With Dolores 
  14. Percy and Padfoot 
  15. The Hogwarts High Inquisitor 
  16. In The Hog's Head 
  17. Educational Decree Number Twenty-Four 
  18. Dumbledore's Army 
  19. The Lion and the Serpent 
  20. Hagrid's Tale 
  21. The Eye of the Snake 
  22. StMungo's Hospital for Magical Maladies and Injuries 
  23. Christmas on the Closed Ward 
  24. Occlumency 
  25. The Beetle at Bay 
  26. Seen and Unforeseen 
  27. The Centaur and the Sneak 
  28. Snape's Worst Memory 
  29. Career Advice 
  30. Grawp 
  31. O.W.L.s 
  32. Out of the Fire 
  33. Fight and Flight 
  34. The Department of Mysteries 
  35. Beyond the Veil 
  36. The Only One He Ever Feared 
  37. The Lost Prophecy 
  38. The Second War Begins

In Other Languages

Language Title
French Harry Potter et l'Ordre du phénix
Spanish Harry Potter y la Orden del Fénix
Portuguese Harry Potter e a Ordem da Fênix
Japanese ハリー・ポッターと不死鳥の騎士団
Chinese 哈利波特鳳凰會的密令
Korean 해리 포터와 불사조 기사단
Thai แฮร์รี่ พอตเตอร์กับภาคีนกฟีนิกซ์

In Other Countries

Country of origin Language Release date
UK English June 21, 2003
China Simplified Chinese September 21, 2003
Taiwan Traditional Chinese September 29, 2003
Brazil Portuguese November 2003
South Korea Korean November 22, 2003
France French December 3, 2003
USA Spanish February 21, 2004
Japan Japanese September 1, 2004


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