J.K. Rowling, author of the Harry Potter series, is releasing a few chapters of her new book every week free online. Children are encouraged to send illustrations to the publishers which could be included in the print version and e-book. This marks Rowlings’ return to children’s books. J.K. Rowling, author of the Harry Potter series, is releasing a few chapters of her new book every week free online. Children are encouraged to send illustrations to the publishers which could be included in the print version and e-book. This marks Rowlings’ return to children’s books.
J.K. Rowling, author of the Harry Potter series, is releasing a few chapters of her new book every week free online. Children are encouraged to send illustrations to the publishers which could be included in the print version and e-book. This marks Rowlings’ return to children’s books.

New book – not a Harry Potter – from J.K. Rowling: kids invited to help illustrate The Ickabog, which is being released free online, chapter by chapter

  • Rowling is releasing a couple of chapters of The Ickabog free online every week on theickabog.com, royalties from the sale of which will help Covid-19 victims
  • Children can send their illustrations to the publishers, some of which will be used for the print and e-book editions of the book

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J.K. Rowling, author of the Harry Potter series, is releasing a few chapters of her new book every week free online. Children are encouraged to send illustrations to the publishers which could be included in the print version and e-book. This marks Rowlings’ return to children’s books. J.K. Rowling, author of the Harry Potter series, is releasing a few chapters of her new book every week free online. Children are encouraged to send illustrations to the publishers which could be included in the print version and e-book. This marks Rowlings’ return to children’s books.
J.K. Rowling, author of the Harry Potter series, is releasing a few chapters of her new book every week free online. Children are encouraged to send illustrations to the publishers which could be included in the print version and e-book. This marks Rowlings’ return to children’s books.
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