'Chuffed tae ma bitts' - Harry Potter now in Scots

From BBC - November 10, 2017

The first book in the Harry Potter series has had a Scottish treatment and has been translated into Scots.

Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stane marks the 20th anniversary of the first publication of the boy wizard's adventures.

Harry Potter has a strong Scottish connection. Author JK Rowling wrote the books in Edinburgh and the wizarding school Hogwarts is set in Scotland.

Scots is the 80th language Harry Potter has been translated into.

The first book in the series follows Harry as he learns he is a wizard and leaves his abusive family to go to Hogwarts and study magic.


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