The Ickabog continues to reach more audiences overseas!

We are excited that the free, online serialisation of The Ickabog has been translated into Finnish, Turkish, Slovak, Estonian, Afrikaans, Serbian, Lithuanian and Romanian. The chapters in these languages first became available on 1st September and will continue with daily instalments every weekday. All international competitions will be run by the local publishers, J.K. Rowling will not be part of the judging process.

The new additions join the ongoing international serialisations and bring the total number of languages available to twenty-six, making this a truly international collaboration between the writer, publishers and young artists around the world.

Please see the links below for more information on where you can read these foreign language serialisations, how long they will available online for and details about each local illustration competition:

 

Bulgaria: https://egmontbulgaria.com/theickabogstory-309/

Czech: https://ikabog-pribeh.albatros.cz/

Estonia: https://ickabogilood.ee/

Finland: https://www.tammi.fi/ikkabogtarina

Hungary: https://nlc.hu/ickabogmese/

Japan: https://www.sayzansha.com/ickabog/

Korea: http://moonhak.co.kr/theickabog/

Lithuania: https://almalittera.lt/konkursas-ikabogas/

Netherlands: https://www.deickabogdeharmonie.nl/

Poland: https://ikabogkonkurs.mediarodzina.pl/

Portugal: https://ickabogconcurso.pt/

Romania: https://www.editura-arthur.ro/ickabog-povestea

Serbia: https://carobnaknjiga-citajikabog.rs/reading-the-story/

Slovakia: www.ikabogpribeh.sk

South Africa: https://ickabog.syncrony.com/

Taiwan: http://www.crown.com.tw/ickabogstory

Thailand: https://ickabogthai.nanmeebooks.com/

Turkey: http://www.ykykultur.com.tr/ickaboghikaye