Can you spot yourself in our gallery for World Book Day?
- Credit: Bunwell Primary School
A week later than planned, schools across Norfolk are finally celebrating World Book Day.
Pupils and staff dressed up as characters from their favourite books, from the Cat in the Hat to Willy Wonka and Harry Potter to Paddington.
The annual event officially took place on Thursday, March 1, but hundreds of schools across the county were left closed after heavy snowfall.
Once things got back to normal, most schools refused to be defeated from the previous bad weather and instead continued to hold World Book Day celebrations. Pupils and parents worked hard to perfect their outfits so it seemed fair not to ruin the fun.
On Thursday and Friday both pupils and staff were able to show off their costumes and spend the day being characters from their favourite stories.
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