World Book Day 2018: Send in your pictures!

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. - Credit: Archant

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. - Credit: Archant

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 Mitch

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

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. - Credit: Archant

Veruca Salt from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (AKA Charlotte from Oakwood Primary School as par

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

Elsie Thompson as Dorothy age 5 and Olivia Thompson as Veruca Salt age 9 from Sandridge school. Pict

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

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

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

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

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

Hannah, Emily and Charlotte as Hermione Granger, Hairy Maclary and Mr Panda! Windermere school. Pict

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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. - Credit: Archant

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

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

Evie 3. Picture: Becki Shaw.

Evie 3. Picture: Becki Shaw. - Credit: Archant

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

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

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

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

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. - Credit: Archant

Archie, Fleetville Infant School. Picture: Carol Morton.

Archie, Fleetville Infant School. Picture: Carol Morton. - Credit: Archant

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

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


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