World Book Day at St Leonards CEP Academy

World Book Day 2019: Hastings, Bexhill, Rye and Battle children dress up as their favourite literary characters

Children across Hastings, Bexhill, Rye and Battle dressed up as their favourite literary characters to mark World Book Day last week.

Take a look through some of these brilliant pictures of little ones in their costumes, as well some from our photographers – and if you haven’t done so already, send in your own – and don’t forget to take a look at some of the costumes across the Eastbourne, Lewes and Wealden areas.

Casey-Leigh Alexander, 10, from All Saints C Of E Primary School in Bexhill, as Gangsta Granny
Casey-Leigh Alexander, 10, from All Saints C Of E Primary School in Bexhill, as Gangsta Granny
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Esmee Gunston, 4, as a dragon and Tilly-Mae Gunston, 7, as Gangsta Granny
Esmee Gunston, 4, as a dragon and Tilly-Mae Gunston, 7, as Gangsta Granny
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Francesca, 9, and Mylo, 6, from St Mary Magdalene Catholic Primary School in Bexhill, as Cleopatra and a gladiator from Horrible Histories
Francesca, 9, and Mylo, 6, from St Mary Magdalene Catholic Primary School in Bexhill, as Cleopatra and a gladiator from Horrible Histories
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Freddie Morris, 4, and Izzy Brackley, 7, from Blacklands Playgroup and Ark Blacklands Primary Academy in Hastings
Freddie Morris, 4, and Izzy Brackley, 7, from Blacklands Playgroup and Ark Blacklands Primary Academy in Hastings
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