World Book Day 2018: Send in your pictures!

PUBLISHED: 12:59 01 March 2018 | UPDATED: 15:56 01 March 2018

Thing 1 and Thing 2 from The Cat in the Hat. Picture: Jacquie Hale.

Thing 1 and Thing 2 from The Cat in the Hat. Picture: Jacquie Hale.

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You’ve been sending in pictures of your children dressed-up for World Book Day 2018.

Harry Beart as Postman Pat. Picture: Nicola Harding. Harry Beart as Postman Pat. Picture: Nicola Harding.

I’m not going to lie they’re all brilliant. A*s all round!

If you’d like to see your children featured in the story, please send the photo and some details to hertsad@archant.co.uk with the subject heading ‘World Book Day 2018’.

Daniel Mitchell-Charman, age 5, dressed as his favourite character Postman Pat. Picture: Nikki Mitchell-Charman. Daniel Mitchell-Charman, age 5, dressed as his favourite character Postman Pat. Picture: Nikki Mitchell-Charman.

Ollie Sheard, 5, dressed up as Caroline The Runaway Carrot. Picture: Karen Sheard. Ollie Sheard, 5, dressed up as Caroline The Runaway Carrot. Picture: Karen Sheard.

Veruca Salt from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (AKA Charlotte from Oakwood Primary School as part of their World Book Day). Picture: April Cowen. Veruca Salt from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (AKA Charlotte from Oakwood Primary School as part of their World Book Day). Picture: April Cowen.

Elsie Thompson as Dorothy age 5 and Olivia Thompson as Veruca Salt age 9 from Sandridge school. Picture: Kathryn Thompson Elsie Thompson as Dorothy age 5 and Olivia Thompson as Veruca Salt age 9 from Sandridge school. Picture: Kathryn Thompson

Hollie aged 7 gangsta granny Margaret Wix. Picture: Natalie Bevans. Hollie aged 7 gangsta granny Margaret Wix. Picture: Natalie Bevans.

Highway Rat, Charlie 2. Picture: Bex Hodgso-Jones Highway Rat, Charlie 2. Picture: Bex Hodgso-Jones

Hannah, Emily and Charlotte as Hermione Granger, Hairy Maclary and Mr Panda! Windermere school. Picture: Lisa Sproule. Hannah, Emily and Charlotte as Hermione Granger, Hairy Maclary and Mr Panda! Windermere school. Picture: Lisa Sproule.

Charlotte's Web, Marley, aged 8. Picture: Zoe Meads. Charlotte's Web, Marley, aged 8. Picture: Zoe Meads.

Helen Redding says William, aged 6 came as simply a scientist Helen Redding says William, aged 6 came as simply a scientist "as non-fiction books should count too!"

Daisie Shenton as Gangsta Granny. Camp Primary School. Picture: Rachael Lord. Daisie Shenton as Gangsta Granny. Camp Primary School. Picture: Rachael Lord.

Mikayla, Leo and Charlie. Sandridge school. Picture: Jenny Heffer. Mikayla, Leo and Charlie. Sandridge school. Picture: Jenny Heffer.

Thomas ‘Clark Kent’ Dignam and Jack ‘Harry Potter’ Dignam. Picture: Kassy Dignam. Thomas ‘Clark Kent’ Dignam and Jack ‘Harry Potter’ Dignam. Picture: Kassy Dignam.

James Wickham age 6 (Sauncey Wood primary school) as Jack Frost. Picture: Joy Wickham. James Wickham age 6 (Sauncey Wood primary school) as Jack Frost. Picture: Joy Wickham.

A little mermaid for World Book Day! Picture: Tracey Williams. A little mermaid for World Book Day! Picture: Tracey Williams.

Evie 3. Picture: Becki Shaw. Evie 3. Picture: Becki Shaw.

Logan aged 10 as Where's Wally? Picture: Natalie Anderson. Logan aged 10 as Where's Wally? Picture: Natalie Anderson.

Rose age 6 as Elsa responsible for the snow. Picture: Leila Leigh. Rose age 6 as Elsa responsible for the snow. Picture: Leila Leigh.

Megan peck Hermione Granger aged 9. Lewis peck- rayner willy wonker aged 7. Picture: Claire Peck. Megan peck Hermione Granger aged 9. Lewis peck- rayner willy wonker aged 7. Picture: Claire Peck.

Archie, Fleetville Infant School. Picture: Carol Morton. Archie, Fleetville Infant School. Picture: Carol Morton.

Ethan - age 5 Clore Shalom School. Picture: Jo Graham. Ethan - age 5 Clore Shalom School. Picture: Jo Graham.

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