World Book Day 2020: All the pictures
- Credit: Charlotte Bond
See all the photos from across Suffolk and Essex our readers have shared for World Book Day.
Schoolchildren across Suffolk and Essex marked World Book Day with a parade of costumes for their favourite characters.
World Book Day is celebrated by thousands of children every year, with youngsters dressing up as their favourite characters.
Students at Castle Hill Primary School in Ipswich fully embraced the day, with students dressing up as Dr Seuss, Frodo Baggins, Harry Potter and The Grinch - just to name a few.
Everyone got into the spirit of the day, with a hutch in Landguard Road, Felixstowe converted into the Little Landguard Free Library - complete with books for adults and children.
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Some children in Creeting St Mary Primary School made food inspired by their favourite books.
Senior teacher Lucy Fawkner said: "One of the classes is reading about The Gruffalo and later they'll be making Gruffalo crumble.
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"I don't think it'll have the purple prickles though."
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