Harry Potter Fans Will Be Delighted By This Awesome News

Knowing there is such a huge love for Hogwarts, Bloomsbury decided to make them accessible for as many people as possible.

J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter books are loved the world over. From young kids to grandparents, nearly everyone has either read the books or watched the movies.
The very first book from the collection, The Philospoher'sStone first came out over 20 years ago with the last, The Deathly Hallows, being released in 2007. 
However, when the reader turned the last page on Harry, Ron and Hermoine’s life at Hogwarts it certainly wasn’t the end of the magical era.
Rowling continued to write about the life at the school for wizards with her Hogwarts Library Collection, before the final door was closed with the play The Cursed Child.
Knowing there is such a huge love for Hogwarts and Rowling’s books, Bloomsbury decided to make them accessible for as many people as possible, including those with dyslexia.
The three Harry Potter companion books, Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them, Quidditch Through The Ages and The Tales of Beedle the Bard are now being published using dyslexia-friendly fonts, navigational aids, detailed descriptions of each illustration among other things.
The RNIB-approved features also include tinted paper to help remove glare and make reading a lot easier. 
Not surprisingly, the move is being praised for opening the reading door to those with dyslexia.
All seven Harry Potter books are available in large print. You can buy your own copy of the dyslexia-friendly Hogwarts Library Books here.  

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