Harry Potter at Home

WizardingWorld.com is hosting Harry Potter At Home, a hub
of information and activities for parents, children, and carers to discover the
magic of Harry Potter, by reading or listening on their own or together with
loved ones, whilst staying at home. Explore the hub for a wealth of creative
and craft activities, quizzes, puzzles and more. There will also be a weekly
email newsletter bringing fresh ideas into inboxes each Friday. 
Teachers can now post videos of themselves reading aloud from the Harry
Potter books to children prevented from attending school thanks to a relaxing of
the usual copyright permissions required.
Teachers anywhere in the world are permitted to post videos of themselves
reading from Harry Potter books 1-7 onto schools’ secure networks or closed
educational platforms from today until the end of the school year (or the end
of July in southern hemisphere). A full set of Guidelines for Teachers are
downloadable here.
In addition, partnerships with
Audible and library book supplier OverDrive are bringing Harry Potter and
the Philosopher’s Stone free to homes during April. The audiobook can be
streamed for free via the Audible
Stories platform, whilst the eBook and audiobook can be borrowed in over 20
different languages worldwide via the OverDrive library
services.

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