#KeepItGreek by tuning in to a Greek audiobook of ‘Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone’

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How would you like to listen to one of the world’s most popular books in Greek?

In the book “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone”, a loveable little boy who loses his parents and is forced to stay with his uncle, aunt and ill-educated cousin. That is until he receives a special letter, inviting him to attend the Hogwarts School of Wizardry in a different world.

So, the adventures of little Harry Potter begin, which you will enjoy in this free YouTube audio book in Greek.

#KeepItGreek

Πως θα σου φαινόταν να ακούσεις ένα από τα δημοφιλέστερα βιβλία στα ελληνικά;

Στο βιβλίο «Ο Χάρι Πότερ και η Φιλοσοφική Λίθος», ένα αξιαγάπητο μικρό αγόρι που χάνει τους γονείς του και αναγκάζεται να μείνει με το θείο, τη θεία του και τον κακομαθημένο ξάδελφό του, λαμβάνει μια επιστολή με την οποία τον καλούν να παρουσιαστεί στη Σχολή Χόγκουαρτς, σ’ έναν κόσμο αλλιώτικο.

Έτσι, αρχίζουν οι περιπέτειες του μικρού Χάρι Πότερ, που θα τις απολαύσεις σε αυτό το δωρεάν audio book στο YouTube στα ελληνικά.

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