If you thought that books were boring, and didn’t bother involving yourself in World Book Day, then you have definitely missed a trick.
Families everywhere have been going to amazing lengths to get their kids into the fancy dress spirit.
So take a look at some of the greatest costumes in honour of World Book Day. Some definitely took more time than others.
— matthew coogan (@coogie1000) March 3, 2016
For Roald Dahl fans everywhere. We particularly like the foam spikes.
— World Book Day UK (@WorldBookDayUK) March 3, 2016
Toilet roll as a mummy’s bandages? Classic.
— Amanda Lamb (@missamandalamb) March 3, 2016
You’re one dastardly dog away from being a real menace to society.
— Guardian Books (@GuardianBooks) March 3, 2016
Captain Underpants probably wouldn’t have been our first choice, for obvious reasons. But good effort.
— Hobbycraft (@Hobbycraft) March 1, 2016
“If you see a hare and an angry guy in a big hat, tell them I’m not around.”
The golden ticket
— Guardian Books (@GuardianBooks) February 29, 2016
The golden ticket alone makes this one great.
The budget option
— Budget Mum of 3 (@budgetmumof3) March 1, 2016
See, you don’t need money to look good!
Obviously, you’d spend the whole day hiding from your teacher, and claim that you’re “just getting into character.”
The Sith Lord
“I am your father” doesn’t really have the same effect here does it? Great mask though.
When all else fails…
— joe heenan (@joeheenan) March 3, 2016
Genius. Sheer genius.