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    Default What is your child dressing up as for book week?

    Inspire me! What are you planning to dress your child in for book week?

    Also, I'm a little bit confused about the theme (books light up our world - or something like that!) I feel like I should know,because Im a teacher :0 but at my old school,everyone just dressed up as a favourite book character. Do other schools dress up to the theme,or do they just dress up as whatever?

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    First bookweek for us this year! DS1 is 3 and his favourite book at the moment is "that's not my tiger". I've got ears and a tail from an online shop and will dress him in black with an orange singlet over the top.

    I don't sew and I have no creativity. Plus I probably won't even be home (baby is due any day) so I wanted to keep it simple!

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    My DD is 4 and in Kindy. They are doing fairy tales this term so she is dressing up as Little Red Riding Hood with a red cape and a basket.

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    Where's Wally - very simple but very effective

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    My boys are cheating this year and are going as mario and luigi- technically they are in comic books so its not all bad. I couldn't convince them of anything else, although tweedledee and tweedledum came close- but neither wants to be the latter!
    I'm a bit worried though because I ordered the costumes off eBay 2 weeks ago (yes, I don't sew not an I crafty at all!) and still nothing

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    I have one going as a character in a Thea Stilton book and the other going as a spy from some book, or a character from Treehouse books.

    Our school doesn't have themes just come as a character from a book. I don't really get the theme either.

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    Mine is going as a zebra - we have a book called "Alfie's Amazing Farm" and there is a zebra in it. We already have the costume

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    we're pokemon mad here atm so we have one pikachu and one Ash ketchem.

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    Our school will be celebrating book week but there's been no mention of dressing up?

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    Our first book week here.

    We're dressing up as Mr McGee (from the Pamela Allen books).

    He wanted Pig the Pug but I have no clue how to dress him up as a pug dog haha

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