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JK Rowling launches “Harry Potter At Home” hub for kids and parents in lockdown

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JK Rowling launches “Harry Potter At Home” hub for kids and parents in lockdown

Harry Potter author, JK Rowling has launched Harry Potter at Home hub on Wizarding World.com where you will find all of the latest Harry Potter magical treats to keep the kids occupied during lockdown. 

The dedicated Harry Potter at Home space is for kids (and adults) to discover and enjoy Harry Potter.  The hub includes magical craft videos, drawing guides, word searches, crosswords, puzzles, quizzes, fun articles and more.

The new Harry Potter at Home hub is a team effort that combines the resources of The Wizarding World Team, Warner Bros, Bloomsbury and Scholastic, Pottermore Publishing, Audible and OverDrive to add a touch of Harry Potter magic to our new daily lives.

You can also access the Wizarding World Videos directly by YouTube. These include “How to draw an Occamy” (shown below). “Magical calligraphy“,  “How to draw a Niffer”  and more videos will be added.

The first Harry Potter book Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone is available for FREE in audiobook on Audible to listen to as many times as you like during lockdown. The first Harry Potter book is available to listen to in six different languages (English, Spanish, French, Italian, German and Japanese). This is one of the many classic children and teens books that will be available for FREE on Audible’s new platform stories.audible.com during April 2020.  You can access the audiobook on a tablet, phone, laptop or desktop without needing to join or log into Audible too.

Find more about the hub at harrypotterathome.com

 

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