IT is World Book Day and you have been sending your pictures of youngsters in costume to celebrate the occasion.

All over Worcestershire children have been going to school dressed as their favourite literary characters.

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Here is a gallery of your pictures from across the region.

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Pupils and staff at Roman Way First School enjoyed dressing up as book characters for World Book Day. They went on a troll hunt. The children found a footprint and a note that he’d left. All children were tasked with the job of being authors of a piece of descriptive writing to inform local residents about the visitor. Aimee in Miss Chamberlain’s class (Year 1/2) wrote about the troll being ‘friendly because he lets children play in the trees which grow out of his head’ where as Lilly-May ended her character description with ‘he might like to eat people so watch out!’

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Droitwich Advertiser: Pupils and staff at Roman Way First School enjoyed dressing up as book characters for World Book Day.They went on a troll hunt. The children found a footprint and a note that he’d left. All children were tasked with the job of being authors of a piece of descriptive writing to inform local residents about the visitor.  Aimee in Miss Chamberlain’s class (Year 1/2) wrote about the troll being ‘friendly because he lets children play in the trees which grow out of his head’ where as Lilly-May ended her character description with ‘he might like to eat people so watch out!’
Pupils and staff at Roman Way First School enjoyed dressing up as book characters for World Book Day.They went on a troll hunt. The children found a footprint and a note that he’d left. All children were tasked with the job of being authors of a piece of descriptive writing to inform local residents about the visitor. Aimee in Miss Chamberlain’s class (Year 1/2) wrote about the troll being ‘friendly because he lets children play in the trees which grow out of his head’ where as Lilly-May ended her character description with ‘he might like to eat people so watch out!’

Katie Massey

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Jacob age 4 dressed as shark in the park

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Droitwich Advertiser: Jacob age 4 dressed as shark in the park
Jacob age 4 dressed as shark in the park

Becky Garnish

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My 2 sons Lee Hartill age 5 dressed as Captain America and Ben Hartill age 2 dressed as Batman

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Droitwich Advertiser: My 2 sons Lee Hartill  age 5 dressed as Captain America and Ben Hartill age 2 dressed as Batman
My 2 sons Lee Hartill age 5 dressed as Captain America and Ben Hartill age 2 dressed as Batman

Stephanie Fazey

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I totally forgot it was World Book Day but didn’t want to let it pass without doing anything. So we improvised! Indie does genuinely love this book though, which helped! She loves sticking her tongue out, just like the polar bear in the book!

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Droitwich Advertiser: I totally forgot it was World Book Day but didn’t want to let it pass without doing anything. So we improvised! Indie does genuinely love this book though, which helped! She loves sticking her tongue out, just like the polar bear in the book!
I totally forgot it was World Book Day but didn’t want to let it pass without doing anything. So we improvised! Indie does genuinely love this book though, which helped! She loves sticking her tongue out, just like the polar bear in the book!
Droitwich Advertiser: I totally forgot it was World Book Day but didn’t want to let it pass without doing anything. So we improvised! Indie does genuinely love this book though, which helped! She loves sticking her tongue out, just like the polar bear in the book!
I totally forgot it was World Book Day but didn’t want to let it pass without doing anything. So we improvised! Indie does genuinely love this book though, which helped! She loves sticking her tongue out, just like the polar bear in the book!

Alyson Amor

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Lily as the Cheshire Cat from Alice in Wonderland, World Book Day 2020

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Droitwich Advertiser: Lily as the Cheshire Cat from Alice in Wonderland, World Book Day 2020
Lily as the Cheshire Cat from Alice in Wonderland, World Book Day 2020
Droitwich Advertiser: Lily as the Cheshire Cat from Alice in Wonderland, World Book Day 2020
Lily as the Cheshire Cat from Alice in Wonderland, World Book Day 2020

Ioni Kealey

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The ugly duckling and spiderman

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Droitwich Advertiser: The ugly duckling and spiderman
The ugly duckling and spiderman

Dannie Jones

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Esmee-Kate Eke dressed as tinkerbelle for her Peter Pan themed world book day at school age 4 at foley park school

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Droitwich Advertiser: Esmee-Kate Eke dressed as tinkerbelle for her Peter Pan themed world book day at school age 4 at foley park school
Esmee-Kate Eke dressed as tinkerbelle for her Peter Pan themed world book day at school age 4 at foley park school

Louise Wade

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This is Harry Hathaway aged 9 of St Bartholomews Church of England Primary Academy, Dressed as “Wheres Wally” :-)

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Droitwich Advertiser: This is Harry Hathaway aged 9 of St Bartholomews Church of England Primary Academy, Dressed as “Wheres Wally” :-)
This is Harry Hathaway aged 9 of St Bartholomews Church of England Primary Academy, Dressed as “Wheres Wally” :-)

Kyle Lloyd

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Little Emily the hungy caterpillar big sister Isabelle as Angelina ballerina and big brother Ruben as iron man

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Droitwich Advertiser: Little Emily the hungy caterpillar big sister Isabelle as Angelina ballerina and big brother Ruben as iron man
Little Emily the hungy caterpillar big sister Isabelle as Angelina ballerina and big brother Ruben as iron man
Droitwich Advertiser: Little Emily the hungy caterpillar big sister Isabelle as Angelina ballerina and big brother Ruben as iron man
Little Emily the hungy caterpillar big sister Isabelle as Angelina ballerina and big brother Ruben as iron man

Stacey Wilde

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My girls Mia age 7 cheshire cat Maisie age 9 the mad hatter

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My girls Mia age 7 cheshire catMaisie age 9 the mad hatter
Droitwich Advertiser: My girls Mia age 7 cheshire catMaisie age 9 the mad hatter
My girls Mia age 7 cheshire catMaisie age 9 the mad hatter
Droitwich Advertiser: My girls Mia age 7 cheshire catMaisie age 9 the mad hatter
My girls Mia age 7 cheshire catMaisie age 9 the mad hatter

Lisa Morris

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AJ Breakwell as David Walliams from Franche Primary School

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Droitwich Advertiser: AJ Breakwell as David Walliams from Franche Primary School
AJ Breakwell as David Walliams from Franche Primary School

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Charlie Smith from St. Peter’s school Droitwich as willie wonker

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Droitwich Advertiser: Charlie Smith from St. Peter’s school Droitwich as willie wonker
Charlie Smith from St. Peter’s school Droitwich as willie wonker

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Francesca Gillam, 11 months

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Droitwich Advertiser: Francesca Gillam, 11 months
Francesca Gillam, 11 months

Al Hirons

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Harley Hirons Age 7 Wyre forest school Woody- toy story

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Droitwich Advertiser: Harley Hirons Age 7 Wyre forest school Woody- toy story
Harley Hirons Age 7 Wyre forest school Woody- toy story

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Edith Gillam, age 5 , Comberton primary school

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Droitwich Advertiser: Edith Gillam, age 5 , Comberton primary school
Edith Gillam, age 5 , Comberton primary school

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Chloe Gillam, age 11, Comberton Primary School

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Droitwich Advertiser: Chloe Gillam, age 11, Comberton Primary School
Chloe Gillam, age 11, Comberton Primary School

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James and Megan, age 8 & 5. Fantastic Mr Fox and What The Ladybird Heard St Catherines Primary School, Marlpool

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Droitwich Advertiser: James and Megan, age 8 & 5. Fantastic Mr Fox and What The Ladybird HeardSt Catherines Primary School, Marlpool
James and Megan, age 8 & 5. Fantastic Mr Fox and What The Ladybird HeardSt Catherines Primary School, Marlpool

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Carsen as Dodger from Oliver twist

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Droitwich Advertiser: Carsen as Dodger from Oliver twist
Carsen as Dodger from Oliver twist

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Mimi, as Matilda

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Droitwich Advertiser: Mimi, as Matilda
Mimi, as Matilda

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Erica age 4, as Goldilocks

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Droitwich Advertiser: Erica age 4, as Goldilocks
Erica age 4, as Goldilocks

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Tommie-Jay aged 5 dressed as the BFG & attends st johns primary school. Dottie-Mae aged 2 she doesn’t go nursery but wanted to dress up as well

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Droitwich Advertiser: Tommie-Jay aged 5 dressed as the BFG & attends st johns primary school. Dottie-Mae aged 2 she doesn’t go nursery but wanted to dress up as well
Tommie-Jay aged 5 dressed as the BFG & attends st johns primary school. Dottie-Mae aged 2 she doesn’t go nursery but wanted to dress up as well

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Matilda, age 5. From St Catherine's Primary School. Dressed as The Tiger Who Came To Tea.

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Droitwich Advertiser: Matilda, age 5. From St Catherine's Primary School. Dressed as The Tiger Who Came To Tea.
Matilda, age 5. From St Catherine's Primary School. Dressed as The Tiger Who Came To Tea.

Charlotte Stokes

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Nancy Stokes- age 5 ,was pleased her picture has been seen by the author and the illustrator of her book on Instagram

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Droitwich Advertiser: Nancy Stokes- age 5 ,was pleased her picture has been seen by the author and the illustrator of her book on Instagram
Nancy Stokes- age 5 ,was pleased her picture has been seen by the author and the illustrator of her book on Instagram
Droitwich Advertiser: Nancy Stokes- age 5 ,was pleased her picture has been seen by the author and the illustrator of her book on Instagram
Nancy Stokes- age 5 ,was pleased her picture has been seen by the author and the illustrator of her book on Instagram

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Lawson Owen-Jones age 5 ... as Oliver Twist

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Droitwich Advertiser: Lawson Owen-Jones age 5 ... as Oliver Twist
Lawson Owen-Jones age 5 ... as Oliver Twist

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Bella-betsy crawley, 4 years old, Birchen coppice school as Mary Poppins

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Droitwich Advertiser: Bella-betsy crawley, 4 years old, Birchen coppice school as Mary Poppins
Bella-betsy crawley, 4 years old, Birchen coppice school as Mary Poppins

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Ethan age 5 as the stick man Cookley seabright primary.

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Droitwich Advertiser: Ethan age 5 as the stick man Cookley seabright primary.
Ethan age 5 as the stick man Cookley seabright primary.

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Casey Fox, 6 yrs, St Catherines (marlpool) as Harry potter.

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Droitwich Advertiser: Casey Fox, 6 yrs, St Catherines (marlpool) as Harry potter.
Casey Fox, 6 yrs, St Catherines (marlpool) as Harry potter.

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Mr bump. George age 4. Franche primary school.

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Droitwich Advertiser: Mr bump. George age 4. Franche primary school.
Mr bump. George age 4. Franche primary school.

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Faith age 5. Attends st cathrine's. Elsa

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Droitwich Advertiser: Faith age 5. Attends st cathrine's. Elsa
Faith age 5. Attends st cathrine's. Elsa

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Pupils at Kidderminster’s Holy Trinity School and Sixth Form Centre in celebration of World Book Day (WBD), Thursday 5th March, dressed up as their favourite ‘Story Heroes’ and held a ‘Preloved Book Swap’ for the school’s younger children who each selected a book of their choice to take home for free. This year’s celebrations began with the WBD ‘Share a Story’ campaign which runs from Thursday 27th February all the way through to Sunday 29th March, with all pupils receiving a £1 World Book Day voucher to be exchanged for one of twelve specially published texts available from major supermarkets and bookshops or used at the school’s Book Fair at the end of the month. Associate Head for Phase 1 Reading and Phonics, Katherine Slack, said: “Each year we try to vary how we celebrate World Book Day and this year our theme is ‘Story Heroes’ with all pupils from Reception to Year 8 and staff encouraged to dress up as a hero or heroine from a book, comic or graphic novel. Older pupils have been asked to select a quote spoken by their chosen hero, which will be displayed in school. This year the school has also registered to take part in World Book Day ‘Share a Story’ campaign which aims to share a MILLION stories during World Book Day month.” The day also included creative comic strip and superhero bookmark competitions and a World Book Day Superhero themed lunch of Marvel pork meatballs and Spiderman spaghetti, Superman vegetable burgers with Incredible potatoes, Green Lantern peas, Captain America carrots and Super Power chocolate cake. Local artist and cartoonist, Geoff Tristram, delivered entertaining and instructive workshops to aspiring illustrators and a school governor shared why there is nothing better to read than children’s literature. Added Miss Slack: “Sharing stories in school and at home should be as non-negotiable as feeding your child. Even if your child is struggling to develop their reading skills, nurture their love of stories and your child will be motivated to persevere.”

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Droitwich Advertiser: Pupils at Kidderminster’s Holy Trinity School and Sixth Form Centre in celebration of World Book Day (WBD), Thursday 5th March, dressed up as their favourite ‘Story Heroes’ and held a ‘Preloved Book Swap’ for the school’s younger children who each selected a book of their choice to take home for free.This year’s celebrations began with the WBD ‘Share a Story’ campaign which runs from Thursday 27th February all the way through to Sunday 29th March, with all pupils receiving a £1 World Book Day voucher to be exchanged for one of twelve specially published texts available from major supermarkets and bookshops or used at the school’s Book Fair at the end of the month.Associate Head for Phase 1 Reading and Phonics, Katherine Slack, said: “Each year we try to vary how we celebrate World Book Day and this year our theme is ‘Story Heroes’ with all pupils from Reception to Year 8 and staff encouraged to dress up as a hero or heroine from a book, comic or graphic novel. Older pupils have been asked to select a quote spoken by their chosen hero, which will be displayed in school. This year the school has also registered to take part in World Book Day ‘Share a Story’ campaign which aims to share a MILLION stories during World Book Day month.”The day also included creative comic strip and superhero bookmark competitions and a World Book Day Superhero themed lunch of Marvel pork meatballs and Spiderman spaghetti, Superman vegetable burgers with Incredible potatoes, Green Lantern peas, Captain America carrots and Super Power chocolate cake. Local artist and cartoonist, Geoff Tristram, delivered entertaining and instructive workshops to aspiring illustrators and a school governor shared why there is nothing better to read than children’s literature.  Added Miss Slack: “Sharing stories in school and at home should be as non-negotiable as feeding your child. Even if your child is struggling to develop their reading skills, nurture their love of stories and your child will be motivated to persevere.”
Pupils at Kidderminster’s Holy Trinity School and Sixth Form Centre in celebration of World Book Day (WBD), Thursday 5th March, dressed up as their favourite ‘Story Heroes’ and held a ‘Preloved Book Swap’ for the school’s younger children who each selected a book of their choice to take home for free.This year’s celebrations began with the WBD ‘Share a Story’ campaign which runs from Thursday 27th February all the way through to Sunday 29th March, with all pupils receiving a £1 World Book Day voucher to be exchanged for one of twelve specially published texts available from major supermarkets and bookshops or used at the school’s Book Fair at the end of the month.Associate Head for Phase 1 Reading and Phonics, Katherine Slack, said: “Each year we try to vary how we celebrate World Book Day and this year our theme is ‘Story Heroes’ with all pupils from Reception to Year 8 and staff encouraged to dress up as a hero or heroine from a book, comic or graphic novel. Older pupils have been asked to select a quote spoken by their chosen hero, which will be displayed in school. This year the school has also registered to take part in World Book Day ‘Share a Story’ campaign which aims to share a MILLION stories during World Book Day month.”The day also included creative comic strip and superhero bookmark competitions and a World Book Day Superhero themed lunch of Marvel pork meatballs and Spiderman spaghetti, Superman vegetable burgers with Incredible potatoes, Green Lantern peas, Captain America carrots and Super Power chocolate cake. Local artist and cartoonist, Geoff Tristram, delivered entertaining and instructive workshops to aspiring illustrators and a school governor shared why there is nothing better to read than children’s literature. Added Miss Slack: “Sharing stories in school and at home should be as non-negotiable as feeding your child. Even if your child is struggling to develop their reading skills, nurture their love of stories and your child will be motivated to persevere.”
Droitwich Advertiser: Pupils at Kidderminster’s Holy Trinity School and Sixth Form Centre in celebration of World Book Day (WBD), Thursday 5th March, dressed up as their favourite ‘Story Heroes’ and held a ‘Preloved Book Swap’ for the school’s younger children who each selected a book of their choice to take home for free.This year’s celebrations began with the WBD ‘Share a Story’ campaign which runs from Thursday 27th February all the way through to Sunday 29th March, with all pupils receiving a £1 World Book Day voucher to be exchanged for one of twelve specially published texts available from major supermarkets and bookshops or used at the school’s Book Fair at the end of the month.Associate Head for Phase 1 Reading and Phonics, Katherine Slack, said: “Each year we try to vary how we celebrate World Book Day and this year our theme is ‘Story Heroes’ with all pupils from Reception to Year 8 and staff encouraged to dress up as a hero or heroine from a book, comic or graphic novel. Older pupils have been asked to select a quote spoken by their chosen hero, which will be displayed in school. This year the school has also registered to take part in World Book Day ‘Share a Story’ campaign which aims to share a MILLION stories during World Book Day month.”The day also included creative comic strip and superhero bookmark competitions and a World Book Day Superhero themed lunch of Marvel pork meatballs and Spiderman spaghetti, Superman vegetable burgers with Incredible potatoes, Green Lantern peas, Captain America carrots and Super Power chocolate cake. Local artist and cartoonist, Geoff Tristram, delivered entertaining and instructive workshops to aspiring illustrators and a school governor shared why there is nothing better to read than children’s literature.  Added Miss Slack: “Sharing stories in school and at home should be as non-negotiable as feeding your child. Even if your child is struggling to develop their reading skills, nurture their love of stories and your child will be motivated to persevere.”
Pupils at Kidderminster’s Holy Trinity School and Sixth Form Centre in celebration of World Book Day (WBD), Thursday 5th March, dressed up as their favourite ‘Story Heroes’ and held a ‘Preloved Book Swap’ for the school’s younger children who each selected a book of their choice to take home for free.This year’s celebrations began with the WBD ‘Share a Story’ campaign which runs from Thursday 27th February all the way through to Sunday 29th March, with all pupils receiving a £1 World Book Day voucher to be exchanged for one of twelve specially published texts available from major supermarkets and bookshops or used at the school’s Book Fair at the end of the month.Associate Head for Phase 1 Reading and Phonics, Katherine Slack, said: “Each year we try to vary how we celebrate World Book Day and this year our theme is ‘Story Heroes’ with all pupils from Reception to Year 8 and staff encouraged to dress up as a hero or heroine from a book, comic or graphic novel. Older pupils have been asked to select a quote spoken by their chosen hero, which will be displayed in school. This year the school has also registered to take part in World Book Day ‘Share a Story’ campaign which aims to share a MILLION stories during World Book Day month.”The day also included creative comic strip and superhero bookmark competitions and a World Book Day Superhero themed lunch of Marvel pork meatballs and Spiderman spaghetti, Superman vegetable burgers with Incredible potatoes, Green Lantern peas, Captain America carrots and Super Power chocolate cake. Local artist and cartoonist, Geoff Tristram, delivered entertaining and instructive workshops to aspiring illustrators and a school governor shared why there is nothing better to read than children’s literature. Added Miss Slack: “Sharing stories in school and at home should be as non-negotiable as feeding your child. Even if your child is struggling to develop their reading skills, nurture their love of stories and your child will be motivated to persevere.”
Droitwich Advertiser: Pupils at Kidderminster’s Holy Trinity School and Sixth Form Centre in celebration of World Book Day (WBD), Thursday 5th March, dressed up as their favourite ‘Story Heroes’ and held a ‘Preloved Book Swap’ for the school’s younger children who each selected a book of their choice to take home for free.This year’s celebrations began with the WBD ‘Share a Story’ campaign which runs from Thursday 27th February all the way through to Sunday 29th March, with all pupils receiving a £1 World Book Day voucher to be exchanged for one of twelve specially published texts available from major supermarkets and bookshops or used at the school’s Book Fair at the end of the month.Associate Head for Phase 1 Reading and Phonics, Katherine Slack, said: “Each year we try to vary how we celebrate World Book Day and this year our theme is ‘Story Heroes’ with all pupils from Reception to Year 8 and staff encouraged to dress up as a hero or heroine from a book, comic or graphic novel. Older pupils have been asked to select a quote spoken by their chosen hero, which will be displayed in school. This year the school has also registered to take part in World Book Day ‘Share a Story’ campaign which aims to share a MILLION stories during World Book Day month.”The day also included creative comic strip and superhero bookmark competitions and a World Book Day Superhero themed lunch of Marvel pork meatballs and Spiderman spaghetti, Superman vegetable burgers with Incredible potatoes, Green Lantern peas, Captain America carrots and Super Power chocolate cake. Local artist and cartoonist, Geoff Tristram, delivered entertaining and instructive workshops to aspiring illustrators and a school governor shared why there is nothing better to read than children’s literature.  Added Miss Slack: “Sharing stories in school and at home should be as non-negotiable as feeding your child. Even if your child is struggling to develop their reading skills, nurture their love of stories and your child will be motivated to persevere.”
Pupils at Kidderminster’s Holy Trinity School and Sixth Form Centre in celebration of World Book Day (WBD), Thursday 5th March, dressed up as their favourite ‘Story Heroes’ and held a ‘Preloved Book Swap’ for the school’s younger children who each selected a book of their choice to take home for free.This year’s celebrations began with the WBD ‘Share a Story’ campaign which runs from Thursday 27th February all the way through to Sunday 29th March, with all pupils receiving a £1 World Book Day voucher to be exchanged for one of twelve specially published texts available from major supermarkets and bookshops or used at the school’s Book Fair at the end of the month.Associate Head for Phase 1 Reading and Phonics, Katherine Slack, said: “Each year we try to vary how we celebrate World Book Day and this year our theme is ‘Story Heroes’ with all pupils from Reception to Year 8 and staff encouraged to dress up as a hero or heroine from a book, comic or graphic novel. Older pupils have been asked to select a quote spoken by their chosen hero, which will be displayed in school. This year the school has also registered to take part in World Book Day ‘Share a Story’ campaign which aims to share a MILLION stories during World Book Day month.”The day also included creative comic strip and superhero bookmark competitions and a World Book Day Superhero themed lunch of Marvel pork meatballs and Spiderman spaghetti, Superman vegetable burgers with Incredible potatoes, Green Lantern peas, Captain America carrots and Super Power chocolate cake. Local artist and cartoonist, Geoff Tristram, delivered entertaining and instructive workshops to aspiring illustrators and a school governor shared why there is nothing better to read than children’s literature. Added Miss Slack: “Sharing stories in school and at home should be as non-negotiable as feeding your child. Even if your child is struggling to develop their reading skills, nurture their love of stories and your child will be motivated to persevere.”

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Ivy, aged 5, Franche primary school as Fox from the Gruffalo.

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Droitwich Advertiser: Ivy, aged 5, Franche primary school as Fox from the Gruffalo.
Ivy, aged 5, Franche primary school as Fox from the Gruffalo.

Kirsty Williams

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Aurora as Princess Aurora and Spencer as captain America

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Droitwich Advertiser: Aurora as Princess Aurora and Spencer as captain America
Aurora as Princess Aurora and Spencer as captain America

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Evie, age 9, dressed as Aurora Beam- Lightning Girl for World Book Day ⚡️

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Droitwich Advertiser: Evie, age 9, dressed as Aurora Beam- Lightning Girl for World Book Day ⚡️
Evie, age 9, dressed as Aurora Beam- Lightning Girl for World Book Day ⚡️
Droitwich Advertiser: Evie, age 9, dressed as Aurora Beam- Lightning Girl for World Book Day ⚡️
Evie, age 9, dressed as Aurora Beam- Lightning Girl for World Book Day ⚡️
Droitwich Advertiser: Evie, age 9, dressed as Aurora Beam- Lightning Girl for World Book Day ⚡️
Evie, age 9, dressed as Aurora Beam- Lightning Girl for World Book Day ⚡️

Amy Joynes

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World book day 2020 The Beast Captain Jack Goldilocks

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World book day 2020The BeastCaptain JackGoldilocks

Hayley Jarvis

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Megan Jarvis aged 11 Dressed as Veruca Salt from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

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Megan Jarvis aged 11Dressed as Veruca Salt from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

Jenna Arkwright

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This is Molly, age 3 as Alice in wonderland (the Wendy house day nursery) and William, age 5 as Alien loves underpants (Lickey End First School).

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Droitwich Advertiser: This is Molly, age 3 as Alice in wonderland (the Wendy house day nursery) and William, age 5 as Alien loves underpants (Lickey End First School).
This is Molly, age 3 as Alice in wonderland (the Wendy house day nursery) and William, age 5 as Alien loves underpants (Lickey End First School).
Droitwich Advertiser: This is Molly, age 3 as Alice in wonderland (the Wendy house day nursery) and William, age 5 as Alien loves underpants (Lickey End First School).
This is Molly, age 3 as Alice in wonderland (the Wendy house day nursery) and William, age 5 as Alien loves underpants (Lickey End First School).
Droitwich Advertiser: This is Molly, age 3 as Alice in wonderland (the Wendy house day nursery) and William, age 5 as Alien loves underpants (Lickey End First School).
This is Molly, age 3 as Alice in wonderland (the Wendy house day nursery) and William, age 5 as Alien loves underpants (Lickey End First School).
Droitwich Advertiser: This is Molly, age 3 as Alice in wonderland (the Wendy house day nursery) and William, age 5 as Alien loves underpants (Lickey End First School).
This is Molly, age 3 as Alice in wonderland (the Wendy house day nursery) and William, age 5 as Alien loves underpants (Lickey End First School).

Verity Worthington

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Freddie Worthington-Phillips aged 5 (his birthday is today!) dressed as Willy Wonka. St John’s Primary kidderminster

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Freddie Worthington-Phillips aged 5 (his birthday is today!) dressed as Willy Wonka. St John’s Primary kidderminster
Droitwich Advertiser: Freddie Worthington-Phillips aged 5 (his birthday is today!) dressed as Willy Wonka. St John’s Primary kidderminster
Freddie Worthington-Phillips aged 5 (his birthday is today!) dressed as Willy Wonka. St John’s Primary kidderminster

Chelsea Leeson

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Lacey-Marie Age 5 Bewdley Primary School Dressed as Matilda

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Lacey-MarieAge 5Bewdley Primary School Dressed as Matilda

Kayleigh Williams

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Kyle 10 and Georgie-Mae 7 as Harry Potter and Alice in wonderland

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Kyle 10 and Georgie-Mae 7 as Harry Potter and Alice in wonderland

Lisa Collins

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We have Riley-Jay as highway rat. Jacob as stickman and isabelle as room on the broom. There favourites.

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Droitwich Advertiser: We have Riley-Jay as highway rat. Jacob as stickman and isabelle as room on the broom. There favourites.
We have Riley-Jay as highway rat. Jacob as stickman and isabelle as room on the broom. There favourites.
Droitwich Advertiser: We have Riley-Jay as highway rat. Jacob as stickman and isabelle as room on the broom. There favourites.
We have Riley-Jay as highway rat. Jacob as stickman and isabelle as room on the broom. There favourites.
Droitwich Advertiser: We have Riley-Jay as highway rat. Jacob as stickman and isabelle as room on the broom. There favourites.
We have Riley-Jay as highway rat. Jacob as stickman and isabelle as room on the broom. There favourites.

Farrah Reynolds-leggett

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This Is annaya Upton age 5 dressed up as anna from frozen 2.

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This Is annaya Upton age 5 dressed up as anna from frozen 2.

Kayleigh Treadwell

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Francis age 5, as the ladybird from the book "what the ladybird heard" by Julia Donaldson. Scarlett age 6, as Grub the dog, from the book "Grub in Love" by Abi Burlingham.

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Droitwich Advertiser: Francis age 5, as the ladybird from the book "what the ladybird heard" by Julia Donaldson.Scarlett age 6, as Grub the dog, from the book "Grub in Love" by Abi Burlingham.
Francis age 5, as the ladybird from the book \"what the ladybird heard\" by Julia Donaldson.Scarlett age 6, as Grub the dog, from the book \"Grub in Love\" by Abi Burlingham.

Kimberley Wells

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Madisons wells aged 9 years. First time she’s ever dressed up! Such a proud mother :)

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Madisons wells aged 9 years. First time she’s ever dressed up! Such a proud mother :)

Kevin Collins

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Alice in wonderland aka Louisa Collins meets rat burger aka Riley Collins for world book day.

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Alice in wonderland aka Louisa Collins meets rat burger aka Riley Collins for world book day.
Droitwich Advertiser: Alice in wonderland aka Louisa Collins meets rat burger aka Riley Collins for world book day.
Alice in wonderland aka Louisa Collins meets rat burger aka Riley Collins for world book day.
Droitwich Advertiser: Alice in wonderland aka Louisa Collins meets rat burger aka Riley Collins for world book day.
Alice in wonderland aka Louisa Collins meets rat burger aka Riley Collins for world book day.

Helen Crook

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Dylan (10) as the Bornean Jungle and Rang Tang from 'Rang Tang in my Bedroom' and Seren (7) as Veruca Salt from 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory'. From Alcester

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Droitwich Advertiser: Dylan (10) as the Bornean Jungle and Rang Tang from 'Rang Tang in my Bedroom' and Seren (7) as Veruca Salt from 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory'. From Alcester
Dylan (10) as the Bornean Jungle and Rang Tang from 'Rang Tang in my Bedroom' and Seren (7) as Veruca Salt from 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory'. From Alcester
Droitwich Advertiser: Dylan (10) as the Bornean Jungle and Rang Tang from 'Rang Tang in my Bedroom' and Seren (7) as Veruca Salt from 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory'. From Alcester
Dylan (10) as the Bornean Jungle and Rang Tang from 'Rang Tang in my Bedroom' and Seren (7) as Veruca Salt from 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory'. From Alcester
Droitwich Advertiser: Dylan (10) as the Bornean Jungle and Rang Tang from 'Rang Tang in my Bedroom' and Seren (7) as Veruca Salt from 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory'. From Alcester
Dylan (10) as the Bornean Jungle and Rang Tang from 'Rang Tang in my Bedroom' and Seren (7) as Veruca Salt from 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory'. From Alcester

Abigayle Hook

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World book day for nursey

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World book day for nursey
Droitwich Advertiser: World book day for nursey
World book day for nursey

Marlene Jones

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Lyla my grandaughter aged 8 looks brilliant as Mary Poppins

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Lyla my grandaughter aged 8 looks brilliant as Mary Poppins

Shelley Reeves-Walters (Headteacher)

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At Wolverley Sebright Primary Academy pupils have come dressed as book characters ready for today's celebration of books. This afternoon all the pupils will snuggle down to read their favourite story or will listen to another pupil read from a selection of stories.

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Droitwich Advertiser: At Wolverley Sebright Primary Academy pupils have come dressed as book characters ready for today's celebration of books. This afternoon all the pupils will snuggle down to read their favourite story or will listen to another pupil read from a selection of stories.
At Wolverley Sebright Primary Academy pupils have come dressed as book characters ready for today's celebration of books. This afternoon all the pupils will snuggle down to read their favourite story or will listen to another pupil read from a selection of stories.
Droitwich Advertiser: At Wolverley Sebright Primary Academy pupils have come dressed as book characters ready for today's celebration of books. This afternoon all the pupils will snuggle down to read their favourite story or will listen to another pupil read from a selection of stories.
At Wolverley Sebright Primary Academy pupils have come dressed as book characters ready for today's celebration of books. This afternoon all the pupils will snuggle down to read their favourite story or will listen to another pupil read from a selection of stories.

Jodie Lynch

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Princess Anna (Amelia Lynch 5) and the Demon Dentist(Esmee Lynch 7)

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Princess Anna (Amelia Lynch 5) and the Demon Dentist(Esmee Lynch 7)
Droitwich Advertiser: Princess Anna (Amelia Lynch 5) and the Demon Dentist(Esmee Lynch 7)
Princess Anna (Amelia Lynch 5) and the Demon Dentist(Esmee Lynch 7)
Droitwich Advertiser: Princess Anna (Amelia Lynch 5) and the Demon Dentist(Esmee Lynch 7)
Princess Anna (Amelia Lynch 5) and the Demon Dentist(Esmee Lynch 7)

Natalie Parker

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Ruby 10 as Tracy Beaker & Millie 8 as Horrid Henry.

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Ruby 10 as Tracy Beaker & Millie 8 as Horrid Henry.

Emily Tyrrell

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Ronnie Webb, aged 4, dressed as Baby Bear from Whatever Next! by Jill Murphy for World Book Day, 2020.

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Droitwich Advertiser: Ronnie Webb, aged 4, dressed as Baby Bear from Whatever Next! by Jill Murphy for World Book Day, 2020.
Ronnie Webb, aged 4, dressed as Baby Bear from Whatever Next! by Jill Murphy for World Book Day, 2020.
Droitwich Advertiser: Ronnie Webb, aged 4, dressed as Baby Bear from Whatever Next! by Jill Murphy for World Book Day, 2020.
Ronnie Webb, aged 4, dressed as Baby Bear from Whatever Next! by Jill Murphy for World Book Day, 2020.

Natalie Mason

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Roscoe and Hugo - Elmer the elephant and cat in the hat

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Roscoe and Hugo - Elmer the elephant and cat in the hat

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The children at Kidderminster’s Little Trinity Nursery shared a wonderful week and dressed up as their favourite book character to celebrate World Book Day on Thursday 5th March. Nursery Manager, Gaynor Carter, said: “Each class throughout the week focused on their favourite stories. “Yellow Bumble Bee room enjoyed 'Going on a Bear Hunt' and 'Dear Zoo' whilst our Red Ladybird room enjoyed reading ‘The Enormous Turnip’, ‘Elmer’ and ‘Who am I asked the Butterfly?’ with activities including going on a minibeast hunt, looking at the butterfly lifecycle and preparing a butterfly garden ready for the baby caterpillars when they finally arrive in a few weeks’ time.” They also enjoyed story sacks and mirror play, looking at similarities and differences as well as taking part in role play activities using facemasks and using the 'Bear Hunt' tuff tray for small world play as well as enjoying a Superhero themed lunch. In a week-long celebration of books, ninety-four children took part with the highlight being children and staff dressing up as their favourite characters on World Book Day. Added Gaynor: “We celebrate World Book Day every year because language, literacy and communication is such a vital part of a child’s learning and story time is very often their favourite time of the day. “Encouraging reading and enjoyment of books is part of our weekly activities, with our lending library offering the children a chance to choose a book that they can then take home and share with their families. World Book Day is a great excuse to simply have fun, share stories, enjoy a favourite book and dress up. What an amazing week!” Image details from L to R: Little Trinity Nursery children 3-year old Oliver Need, 4-year old Felicity Janes and 3-year old Harry Parsons having fun on World Book Day.

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Droitwich Advertiser: The children at Kidderminster’s Little Trinity Nursery shared a wonderful week and dressed up as their favourite book character to celebrate World Book Day on Thursday 5th March.Nursery Manager, Gaynor Carter, said: “Each class throughout the week focused on their favourite stories.“Yellow Bumble Bee room enjoyed 'Going on a Bear Hunt' and 'Dear Zoo' whilst our Red Ladybird room enjoyed reading ‘The Enormous Turnip’, ‘Elmer’ and ‘Who am I asked the Butterfly?’ with activities including going on a minibeast hunt, looking at the butterfly lifecycle and preparing a butterfly garden ready for the baby caterpillars when they finally arrive in a few weeks’ time.”They also enjoyed story sacks and mirror play, looking at similarities and differences as well as taking part in role play activities using facemasks and using the 'Bear Hunt' tuff tray for small world play as well as enjoying a Superhero themed lunch. In a week-long celebration of books, ninety-four children took part with the highlight being children and staff dressing up as their favourite characters on World Book Day. Added Gaynor: “We celebrate World Book Day every year because language, literacy and communication is such a vital part of a child’s learning and story time is very often their favourite time of the day. “Encouraging reading and enjoyment of books is part of our weekly activities, with our lending library offering the children a chance to choose a book that they can then take home and share with their families. World Book Day is a great excuse to simply have fun, share stories, enjoy a favourite book and dress up. What an amazing week!”Image details from L to R: Little Trinity Nursery children 3-year old Oliver Need, 4-year old Felicity Janes and 3-year old Harry Parsons having fun on World Book Day.
The children at Kidderminster’s Little Trinity Nursery shared a wonderful week and dressed up as their favourite book character to celebrate World Book Day on Thursday 5th March.Nursery Manager, Gaynor Carter, said: “Each class throughout the week focused on their favourite stories.“Yellow Bumble Bee room enjoyed 'Going on a Bear Hunt' and 'Dear Zoo' whilst our Red Ladybird room enjoyed reading ‘The Enormous Turnip’, ‘Elmer’ and ‘Who am I asked the Butterfly?’ with activities including going on a minibeast hunt, looking at the butterfly lifecycle and preparing a butterfly garden ready for the baby caterpillars when they finally arrive in a few weeks’ time.”They also enjoyed story sacks and mirror play, looking at similarities and differences as well as taking part in role play activities using facemasks and using the 'Bear Hunt' tuff tray for small world play as well as enjoying a Superhero themed lunch. In a week-long celebration of books, ninety-four children took part with the highlight being children and staff dressing up as their favourite characters on World Book Day. Added Gaynor: “We celebrate World Book Day every year because language, literacy and communication is such a vital part of a child’s learning and story time is very often their favourite time of the day. “Encouraging reading and enjoyment of books is part of our weekly activities, with our lending library offering the children a chance to choose a book that they can then take home and share with their families. World Book Day is a great excuse to simply have fun, share stories, enjoy a favourite book and dress up. What an amazing week!”Image details from L to R: Little Trinity Nursery children 3-year old Oliver Need, 4-year old Felicity Janes and 3-year old Harry Parsons having fun on World Book Day.

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Lilli dresses as hermoine granger

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Lilli dresses as hermoine granger

bex Evans

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Fletcher aged 5 as a pirate

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Fletcher aged 5 as a pirate

Bex Evans

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Eden aged 3 as Goldilocks

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Eden aged 3 as Goldilocks

Sam Clark

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Charford school dress as a word Courtney's word SPARKLE

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Charford school dress as a word Courtney's word SPARKLE
Droitwich Advertiser: Charford school dress as a word Courtney's word SPARKLE
Charford school dress as a word Courtney's word SPARKLE

Jo Simpson

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Potter mad for world book day

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Potter mad for world book day
Droitwich Advertiser: Potter mad for world book day
Potter mad for world book day

Stefanie Preece

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Miller age 2 being rex from toy story for world book day 2020

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Miller age 2 being rex from toy story for world book day 2020

Emma Gibbons

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Kai Gibbons from Alcester Age 6 Fantastic Mr Fox

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Kai Gibbons from AlcesterAge 6Fantastic Mr Fox

Amy Brankin

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Jurassic park book in a box for world book day. Jayden age 7 made the jeep from cardboard all hand made with his nan and grandad.

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Droitwich Advertiser: Jurassic park book in a box for world book day. Jayden age 7 made the jeep from cardboard all hand made with his nan and grandad.
Jurassic park book in a box for world book day. Jayden age 7 made the jeep from cardboard all hand made with his nan and grandad.
Droitwich Advertiser: Jurassic park book in a box for world book day. Jayden age 7 made the jeep from cardboard all hand made with his nan and grandad.
Jurassic park book in a box for world book day. Jayden age 7 made the jeep from cardboard all hand made with his nan and grandad.
Droitwich Advertiser: Jurassic park book in a box for world book day. Jayden age 7 made the jeep from cardboard all hand made with his nan and grandad.
Jurassic park book in a box for world book day. Jayden age 7 made the jeep from cardboard all hand made with his nan and grandad.
Droitwich Advertiser: Jurassic park book in a box for world book day. Jayden age 7 made the jeep from cardboard all hand made with his nan and grandad.
Jurassic park book in a box for world book day. Jayden age 7 made the jeep from cardboard all hand made with his nan and grandad.

Stefanie Preece

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Miller age 2 being a 101 Dalmatian for world book day 2020

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Miller age 2 being a 101 Dalmatian for world book day 2020

Sarah Monaghan

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Elliott 10 as BB8 starwars Rosie 12- the lion the witch and the wardrobe. Both attend St Bedes middle school.

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Elliott 10 as BB8 starwarsRosie 12- the lion the witch and the wardrobe. Both attend St Bedes middle school.
Droitwich Advertiser: Elliott 10 as BB8 starwarsRosie 12- the lion the witch and the wardrobe. Both attend St Bedes middle school.
Elliott 10 as BB8 starwarsRosie 12- the lion the witch and the wardrobe. Both attend St Bedes middle school.
Droitwich Advertiser: Elliott 10 as BB8 starwarsRosie 12- the lion the witch and the wardrobe. Both attend St Bedes middle school.
Elliott 10 as BB8 starwarsRosie 12- the lion the witch and the wardrobe. Both attend St Bedes middle school.

Rebecca Jones

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World Book Day Mad hatter Amber Jones Age 8 Bewdley Primary School

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Droitwich Advertiser: World Book DayMad hatterAmber JonesAge 8Bewdley Primary School
World Book DayMad hatterAmber JonesAge 8Bewdley Primary School
Droitwich Advertiser: World Book DayMad hatterAmber JonesAge 8Bewdley Primary School
World Book DayMad hatterAmber JonesAge 8Bewdley Primary School

Rachel Davey

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Isabelle as Belle

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Isabelle as Belle
Droitwich Advertiser: Isabelle as Belle
Isabelle as Belle

Stefanie Preece

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Maisy age 8 being little red riding hood for world book day 2020

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Maisy age 8 being little red riding hood for world book day 2020

Kimberley Ward

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World book day 2020 Scarlett aged 4 as Mary poppins Jaidan aged 12 as Where's wally

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World book day 2020Scarlett aged 4 as Mary poppinsJaidan aged 12 as Where's wally
Droitwich Advertiser: World book day 2020Scarlett aged 4 as Mary poppinsJaidan aged 12 as Where's wally
World book day 2020Scarlett aged 4 as Mary poppinsJaidan aged 12 as Where's wally

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Anaya Akbar, aged 9 as Mary Poppins

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Anaya Akbar, aged 9 as Mary Poppins

Tuesday Rogers

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Delilah age 8 as Captain Hook her costume is hand made head to toe and she helped her mum make it!

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Delilah age 8 as Captain Hook her costume is hand made head to toe and she helped her mum make it!
Droitwich Advertiser: Delilah age 8 as Captain Hook her costume is hand made head to toe and she helped her mum make it!
Delilah age 8 as Captain Hook her costume is hand made head to toe and she helped her mum make it!

Stacey Briney

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Ash 8 jasmine 4 zayn 1 as Peter Pan and tinkerbell

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Ash 8 jasmine 4 zayn 1 as Peter Pan and tinkerbell