Little Downham nursery children go all out for World Book Day

17:17 07 March 2014

Nursery school children dress up as their favourite characters.

Nursery school children dress up as their favourite characters.

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Toddlers at a nursery dressed up as the characters from their favourite books today.

The children at Busy Fingers Pre-school in Little Downham were celebrating World Book Day, a global event which encourages reading.

The youngsters, as well as wearing fancy dress, brought books in to enjoy during the action-packed day.

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