J.K. Rowling has just announced the launch of Harry Potter At Home - and honestly, it couldn't have come sooner, what with us all being stuck at home on lockdown.
The brand new website was created to "cast a banishing charm on boredom" and help add a touch of Harry Potter magic to our daily lives.
And it sure does look like good fun for muggles.
According to the site description it features "all the latest magical treats to keep you occupied - including special contributions from Bloomsbury and Scholastic, nifty magical craft videos, fun articles, quizzes, puzzles and plenty more for first-time readers, as well as those already familiar with the wizarding world."
The website is broken down into a number of different sections, including news and features, quizzes, J.K. Rowling Archive, House Pride, Discover, Hogwarts Sorting, Fan Club, Gold and Shop.
As well as learning more about the wizarding world, users can also watch a tutorial for drawing a Niffler, play a Triwizard Tournament wordsearch, take a guided tour of the Hogwarts paintings and relive some of the best moments from the books and films.
Users can create a new account for the site, or use their Pottermore login if they already have one.
Rowling announced the new project on Twitter, saying: "Parents, teachers and carers working to keep children amused and interested while we’re on lockdown might need a bit of magic, so I’m delighted to launch harrypotterathome.com."
Her post has already gone viral, with thousands liking and sharing.
One person replied: "This is DEFINITELY going to be a source of entertainment for me as well. I'm neither a parent, teacher or caregiver. Thank you for releasing this, you're helping a lot of people. Off to draw a Niffler now."
Another said: "Hope this is for adults too, I looooooove Harry Potter."
A third added: "This is fantastic, thank you for continuing to bring people endless joy! My family really needs this now because my son will be having his 1st birthday all alone without family and friends. He will have Harry Potter though."
Someone else tweeted: "OMG thank you for this. We are spending our lock down days reading Harry Potter - currently on book three.
"My son is nine and adores them but we had to stop him reading in bed as he was getting so excited he couldn’t sleep so now we read in the kitchen before bed."