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Book Week

Book Week

Need a Book Title? Author or Character Name?

Phone us on 02890 320532 or email us at  enquiry@elliottsfancydress.com

 

 

Many different outfits exist for the purpose of book week themed costume parties and we stock a wide variety of these book week items in our store and online. If you are having trouble with your book week costume ideas, our selection may help you find just what you are looking for. Aside from costumes there are accessories and items to aid you in creating your own style of your favourite book character. Many of our complete costumes include characters such as Harry Potter, Alice in Wonderland, Pirates, Witches and Vampires. Many children’s books have animal characters and we have many animal costumes to choose from such as a White Rabbit, Lion, Fox, Monkey, Bear and Dragon!

Book week costumes for children as well as adults are available in different themes and sizes and we stock a dynamic variety of book week themed outfits for children including characters such as Mr Fox, Robin Hood, Frankenstein, Oompa Loompas, Snow White, Native American Indians and others which are all for children.

Book week as an event has grown year on year and is so popular with schools that there is now Book Month, Book Week and Book Day! There is a set date for Book week and Book Month each year but many schools hold their Book Day event on a day to suit them, very often between March and mid-May. It is a great way to get children interested in reading, adding an extra level of excitement by dressing up in a great costume. The idea of course is that the fun experienced during World Book week will encourage a lifetime of reading. Allowing the young person to develop an inquiring mind, to question through critical analysis, the validity of the text in front of them, and above all, enjoy reading!

Some key dates to add to your diary; World Book Day: March 6 2014, Roald Dahl Day: 13th September 2014

As well as our comprehensive outfits that include both the clothing and accessories, we have a number of items such as glasses, necklaces, pirate swords, vampire fangs and capes, as well as face make up that will enable you to show some diversity and flair with your party costume.

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Need a Book Title? Author or Character Name?

Phone us on 02890 320532 or email us at  enquiry@elliottsfancydress.com

 

 

Many different outfits exist for the purpose of book week themed costume parties and we stock a wide variety of these book week items in our store and online. If you are having trouble with your book week costume ideas, our selection may help you find just what you are looking for. Aside from costumes there are accessories and items to aid you in creating your own style of your favourite book character. Many of our complete costumes include characters such as Harry Potter, Alice in Wonderland, Pirates, Witches and Vampires. Many children’s books have animal characters and we have many animal costumes to choose from such as a White Rabbit, Lion, Fox, Monkey, Bear and Dragon!

Book week costumes for children as well as adults are available in different themes and sizes and we stock a dynamic variety of book week themed outfits for children including characters such as Mr Fox, Robin Hood, Frankenstein, Oompa Loompas, Snow White, Native American Indians and others which are all for children.

Book week as an event has grown year on year and is so popular with schools that there is now Book Month, Book Week and Book Day! There is a set date for Book week and Book Month each year but many schools hold their Book Day event on a day to suit them, very often between March and mid-May. It is a great way to get children interested in reading, adding an extra level of excitement by dressing up in a great costume. The idea of course is that the fun experienced during World Book week will encourage a lifetime of reading. Allowing the young person to develop an inquiring mind, to question through critical analysis, the validity of the text in front of them, and above all, enjoy reading!

Some key dates to add to your diary; World Book Day: March 6 2014, Roald Dahl Day: 13th September 2014

As well as our comprehensive outfits that include both the clothing and accessories, we have a number of items such as glasses, necklaces, pirate swords, vampire fangs and capes, as well as face make up that will enable you to show some diversity and flair with your party costume.