That time of year again, where we celebrate all that is wonderful about books. World Book Day 2022 happens on March the 3rd this year, what will your little book worm dress as.

World Book Day 2022

2022 sees us celebrate the 25th anniversary of World Book Day – with the message for all children ‘you are a reader‘! Filled with lots of exciting, celebratory ways to promote reading for pleasure on World Book Day, and all-year round. What better we to celebrate this wonderful day with a costume to bring the magic of your favourite character to life

From Roald Dahl to David Walliams and Enid Blyton we cater for all reading types.

David Walliams

From the world Of David Walliams we have the likes of The Boy in the dress, Gangster Granny, and Grandpa's Great Escape.

Roald Dahl

Everyone loves a Roald Dahl book young and old alike. We have the classics like Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Matilda and the BFG.

The Best of The Rest

There are loads of different ideas for your world book day costume, click here to find loads more ideas.

We can not do a blog on world book day without mentioning the all time favourite costumes that are book day essentials. Harry Potter, Where's Wally, and the mischief maker that is Dennis the Menace.

We all love Harry Potter and the wizarding world, which house are you? We have all the essentials from full costumes to accessories.

Who doesn't love finding Where's Wally. This cheeky chappy can be found in many places, from Paris to London and even Hollywood Fancy Dress.

Become the Menace that is Dennis. With his trusty side kick Gnasher by his side who knows what they will get up to this world book day.

The Teachers

We can not forget the hard worker teachers, and after the last 2 years they have gone above and beyond, so let them have some fun with their costumes. Will you be a sweet Alice or a wally this world book day.

So get those thinking caps on, as world book day 2022 is only round the corner. Pop along to one of our three stores on the south coast, or visit us online. Happy reading!