On Tuesday, JK Rowling announced regarding the launch of the free weekly recordings that are narrated by the celebrities of the first book in the extensively famous Harry Potter series.
The narrated recordings will be released for children and even for the adults in order to assist them in coping on with the confinement steps, Daniel Radcliffe, who played the major character in the books’ cinematic renditions, narrated the first chapter of the novel, Harry Potter and the Sorcerers’ Stone.
He would be joined later by David Beckham, Stephen Fry and Dakota Fanning who would be lending their voices for the subsequent chapters of books.
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As per the shared details by Spotify, the recordings will be available free-of-cost at the music platform, which has recently started making rounds in the audio book and podcast realms.
The videos of the celebrity recordings will stream on the Harry Potter at Home website.
JK Rowling said that parents, teachers and the ones striving to keep the children amused and interested while everyone is under lockdown might require some magic.
The 7 part series of Harry Potter is the best-selling book collection ever, and so far more than 500 million copies of the collection have been sold.
The novel was for the first time published in 1997, which is the best-seller of the series, with more than 120 million editions sold.
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