J.K. Rowling is giving school students some Harry Potter for free. The bestselling author has dropped licensing requirements for her Harry Potter series, allowing teachers to read the books to students over video without paying a fee. Rowling says she’s “delighted to help teachers reach kids at home”. Rowling has also launched the ‘Harry Potter at Home’ digital hub, filled with Potter content to keep children occupied during the quarantine.
J.K. Rowling Drops Licensing Fees So Teachers Can Read Harry Potter Books To Students
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