Storytel and Pottermore to produce audio version of Hogwarts Library books

Storytel and Pottermore have decided to take their partnership to the next level, which will now involve creating audio versions of books from the Hogwarts Library. Storytel has already cooperated with Pottermore since 2016 to bring the Harry Potter series to its subscribers around the world.

This time, as PRNewsWire reported, Storytel is ensuring that they are able to tap into more of the global audiobook segment by producing the books in at least 10 different languages ​​– Dutch, Korean, Bulgarian, Turkish, Danish, Polish, Swedish, Finnish, Russian and Brazilian Portuguese. The website also claimed that the audiobooks would be ready to launch between 2023 and 2024.

Additionally, audio versions of Hogwarts Library books will be available exclusively to Storytel subscribers for the first year before being produced and distributed over the next three years. However, the books will reach Storytel subscribers in each market at different times of the year.

The books in the Hogwarts Library include three titles – fantastic beasts and where to find them, Quidditch through the agesand The Tales of Beedle the Bard. Each of the titles is written by JK Rowling and can be found in the Harry Potter stories themselves. They can be considered a companion to the Harry Potter series and offer readers the opportunity to travel to a world of facts and fairy tales.

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