Harry Potter At Home gives online entertainment to kids
The Harry Potter series author, J.K. Rowling, launches Harry Potter At Home, an online platform curated for parents, teachers, and kids, to keep them occupied during the quarantine period. UK and US publishers, audiobook, and ebook brands like Audible, Bloomsbury, OverDrive, Pottermore Publishing, and Scholastic, together with the web developers, provide content for the site.
Among the features of the site includes access to teachers on all seven Harry Potter books and share it to students virtually, free Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone audiobook in six languages through Audible’s platform, and online hub for kid-friendly activities including arts and crafts tutorials from Bloomsburry and Scholastic, fun quizzes and puzzles, online reading materials, and more. The website also provides the latest updates from the Wizarding World.
People with an Overdrive account can also get either an ebook or an audiobook copy of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone for free in over 20 languages through the Libby app, or the Sora app for schools. The offer only lasts until April 2020.