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World Book Day is a chance for children to share their passion for books and fiction…
Kids in Oxford are likely to be going through their box of children's fancy dress to get ready for a special event to raise money for Comic Relief this year.
There are bound to be a number of different fun fancy dress events going on around the country on Red Nose Day (March 18th 2011) but one has really got the attention of residents is one being held at Oxford Castle.
Kids who get creative with their fancy dress outfits or wear a red nose will be able to get free admission to the attraction
Youngsters in Grimsby are likely to have had a great time when they put on children's fancy dress to celebrate the release of a Disney book.
They turned up at the West Marsh Children's Centre recently sporting their best Woody and Buzz Lightyear costumes in honour of the new Toy Story 2 Disney graphic novel.
The Grimsby Telegraph told how children, toddlers and babies all took part in dressing up, putting on their best cowboy shirts or space outfits.
Eighteen-month old Raven Gloyne decided to go as Woody and her mum expressed her
World Book Day could present the perfect opportunity to get your little ones wearing children's fancy dress.
The event will take place on March 3rd 2011 and will see schools up and down the country getting involved in events that are designed to encourage youngsters to read more for pleasure.
Schools registered on the World Book Day list will be given £1 vouchers for each child, which can be redeemed in book shops including Waterstone's and WHSmith in exchange for part payment on a book or a specially-designed 'quick