Why Dress Up for World Book Day Reading a favourite novel and escaping into the world of a literary character is a simple pleasure we sometimes take for granted. This year, for World Book Day, why not help raise funds for children who have limited access to books? Find out how dressing up your children as their favourite book character can help change lives.
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