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Break Out the EU Flag – Harry Potter eBooks Now Available in French, Italian, German and Spanish

It may have taken a few extra weeks for the foreign language editions to follow the official HP ebooks, but they’ve finally arrived.

Pottermore announced today that you can now buy the first Harry Potter ebooks to be officially translated into French, Italian, German and Spanish. They’re available in the Pottermore Shop, and like the original English ebooks you can download the translated copies up to 8 times and send then through your account in the Nook, Kindle, or Sony Reader stores.

There’s no mention of when the translated audiobooks will be made available, but I wouldn’t be surprised to see them released some time in May.

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