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World Book Day 2018: Islington schoolchildren celebrate magic of fiction

PUBLISHED: 12:36 02 March 2018 | UPDATED: 15:16 09 March 2018

Children from Canonbury Primary School celebrate World Book Day in costume on 01.03.18.

Children from Canonbury Primary School celebrate World Book Day in costume on 01.03.18.

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Islington schoolchildren have been celebrating the magic of fiction on World Book Day.

Children from Canonbury Primary School celebrate World Book Day in costume on 01.03.18.Children from Canonbury Primary School celebrate World Book Day in costume on 01.03.18.

Despite some schools across the capital being closed due to snowy conditions, leading some parents to send in photos of their unhappy dressed-up children, plenty of you have been donning the wares of your favourite characters.

Please send photos of your kids dressed up for World Book Day photos, even if their schools were closed, to james.scott@archant.co.uk for our print round-up in next week’s Islington Gazette.

Children from Canonbury Primary School celebrate World Book Day in costume on 01.03.18.Children from Canonbury Primary School celebrate World Book Day in costume on 01.03.18.

Children from Canonbury Primary School celebrate World Book Day in costume on 01.03.18.Children from Canonbury Primary School celebrate World Book Day in costume on 01.03.18.

World Book Day at St Joseph's Primary School. Photo by St Joseph's Primary SchoolWorld Book Day at St Joseph's Primary School. Photo by St Joseph's Primary School

World Book Day at St Joseph's Primary School. Photo by St Joseph's Primary SchoolWorld Book Day at St Joseph's Primary School. Photo by St Joseph's Primary School

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