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J.K. Rowling Just Sent A 12-Year-Old Fan Who Lives In The Himalayas A Very Special Gift ❤️

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Celebrated author J.K. Rowling just bestowed one of her devoted readers the gift of magic in the form of specially inscribed Harry Potter books and other special paraphernalia.

Rowling's generosity was in response to a heartfelt letter written by Kulsum, a 12-year-old student from the northern Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir, who was inspired by the author's life and achievements.



The school's director, Sabbah Haji, shared the girl's essay on Twitter and tagged Rowling in the hopes the British author would be moved by the young girl's words.




Not only did Rowling read the letter, she responded and asked for Kulsum's address so she could "send her something."




And the author delivered on her promise.


The contents in the package included a personalized handwritten note along with other Potter merchandise for Kulsum. But Rowling sent other Potter goodies to Kulsum's classmates as well.

Twitter was charmed by Rowling's act of kindness.






People were moved by the wonderful Twitter interaction and the surprise that made Kulsum's day.


The benevolent scribe checked in and was relieved to hear her special delivery was a success. (Did she not enlist the services of the Owl Post?)


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It's pretty well known that Rowling adores her fans and often makes their day by sending them special gifts.

Just recently, she responded to a single father who explained that reading Harry Potter together with his daughter brought them closer together.



Rowling proves that even muggles like herself are capable of great magic.


H/T - Twitter, IndianExpress