Harry Potter forever! JK Rowling cast a little magic on quarantined schoolchildren
By: Margaret Wilson
Harry Potter's author JK Rowling along with several publishers launched the «Harry Potter At Home» page for the «Harry Potter Wizarding World» fan site. The writer announced this on her official website.
The «Harry Potter At Home» resource was designed to help parents, children, and teachers «add magic» to their lives during the coronavirus quarantine. Here you can find tests to check your knowledge of books about Harry Potter and tips for those who have not read them yet, games, interesting facts and master classes (like for example, how to create a scarf in the style of Mrs. Weasley).
Moreover, registered users of the site can receive new ideas about spending time with children weekly by email.
It is worth recalling that the British writer, author of the world famous Harry Potter books, JK Rowling, once said in her Twitter account that she had been infected with COVID-19.
The celeb admitted over the past two weeks she had all the symptoms of Chinese coronavirus. At the same time, Rowling did not go to the doctors and officially did no infection tests.
The writer was healed at home on her own, but under the supervision of her husband. He recommended her some tricks in order to relieve respiratory symptoms.
Now Joan is completely healthy and the unusual way of treatment has helped her.