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SALISBURY, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 14: Part of the collection of rare and valuable books is seen as it is open to members of the public visiting the library at Salisbury Cathedral on September 14, 2016 in Salisbury, England. Starting this month, the cathedral is offering the general public access to the library for the first time with organised guided tours. Although the room housing the library at Salisbury Cathedral was built in 1445 the origins of the library stretch back much further and still contains a large collection of books that were created by the scribes of the old cathedral in the late 11th century which constitutes the largest collection of manuscripts of the Norman period still with its original owner. Today the Library holds approximately 8,000 volumes dating from the ninth century to the present day, with the majority of books being theological and literary texts with further examples of a wide range of other subjects including science, mathematics and medicine. (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)

J.K. Rowling is providing the Harry Potter series to students for FREE. Rowling has dropped licensing requirements for her Harry Potter series, this allows teachers to read the books to students via Skype or any live streaming service without having to pay a fee. Rowling is “delighted to help teachers reach kids at home”. Rowling has also launched the “Harry Potter at Home Digital Hub”, this is a hub with your favorite Potter content to keep our youth occupied during quarantine.

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