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Happy World Book Day 2018

Share your photos and let us know how you're celebrating World Book Day 2018.

World Book Day Logo
World Book Day Logo
1 Mar 2018

World Book Day is all about fun! Sharing your favourite stories, dressing up as fictional characters, reading in unusal places and playing games based on popular books are just a few of the things you may be doing today. 

We want to know how you're celebrating World Book Day or simply share a selfie of you with your favourite book. 


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