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World Book Day

6 March 2013 by Angela

Illustration of woman with a little boy and girl

Don’t be scared if you see a little lion, scary witch or even a gaggle of Gruffalo’s walking down the street tomorrow… World Book Day is upon is, which means children will be heading off to school dressed as characters from their favourite books. Parents up and down the land will tonight be attempting to craft Harry Potter glasses from pipe-cleaners and considering the health and safety implications of their offspring wearing a saucepan on their head.

We’re marking World Book Day with some special storytelling sessions at the Museum of Liverpool tomorrow, join us at 11am and 2.30pm. The Walker Art Gallery is also carrying on the party with a weekend of activities inspired by our children’s book ‘Something Wild…at the Walker Art Gallery’, which you can buy for a special price of only £1 all this week.

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