The 'Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find them,' 'The Tales of Beedle the Bard,' and 'Quidditch Through the Ages' are the Harry Potter novels that Bloomsbury Publishing selected to release as dyslexia-friendly books. This launch allows for J.K. Rowling's masterpieces to become easily accessible to a variety of audiences.
To meet the intended needs, the publishing house prints the novels in large-print and outfits them with a beautiful design. The paper is tinted for the reduction of glare, while the layout also highlights "navigational aids to assist the reader." The dyslexia-friendly books are approved by the Royal National Institute for the Blind, adding a layer of authorized authenticity. They are currently retailing at $26 USD. In addition, sources share that Bloomsbury Publishing is also planning in turning the original Harry Potter novels into dyslexia-friendly books.
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