After receiving loads of letters from the pupils, Bloomsbury wrote to the school telling the kids that a Gaelic version of Philosopher's Stone was coming out after all.
"They couldn't believe it," said head teacher Donalda McComb.
She said the book will bring an "added depth" to the children's reading.
Gaelic has been spoken by the people of Scotland for centuries.
Children at Glasgow Gaelic School have all their lessons in the language and don't start learning in English until they have been there for three years.
Lots of schools in Scotland have special units where kids can learn Gaelic.
Maybe they'll be snapping up copies of the Gaelic Philosopher's Stone too!