Paige as a very cute Tinkerbell. Pictures: BEN KIMBER
(L-R) Bella as a cat, Eliza as Pippi Longstocking and Jack as Harry Potter.
Sam (left) was dressed as the Rangers Apprentice, while Ricky took on the Lord Of the Rings.
Darcy (left) as Captain Underpants and Rhys from the Diary of a Whimpy Kid.
Chloe dressed as the witch from the Wizard of Oz.
Students participate in one of the many group reading activities that occurred on dress up day.
Jasey as Lion in the Night, Katherine was dressed as Miss Frizzle, Damon as Spiderman and Ashley as a character from Green Eggs and Ham.
Colt was dressed as King Arthur for the day of activities.
Jedd dressed as a banana, Paige as Tinkerbell and Madi as Hermione from Harry Potter.
Stan as a creepy creature from Goosebumps.
Obi-Wan Kenobi- also known as Declan gets in to the spirit of book week.
Dressed as some of the old time favourites; Shannon as Fireman Sam and teacher Lisha Sharp as Blinky Bill.
Natalie pulled off a very impressive Gandalf from Lord Of the Rings.
Chloe as Snow White gets among the creativity that was occurring on the day.
Alyssia dressed as one of the things from Cat in the Hat.
Jed (left) came as a skeleton from Skeleton Family while Logan is pictured in casual dress.
Jordan as a homeless person from Horrible Histories.
STAWELL - Students at Stawell West Primary School got in to
the spirit of Book Week by dressing up as some of their favourite characters
from some of the most popular stories.
Children dressed up in costumes and portrayed characters
from Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, Cat in the Hat and many more classic and
The theme for this year's event was Read across the
Books on that theme and the Children's Book Council of
Australia's short listed books were a feature of a morning of activities that
involved creating objects but also most importantly, reading.
During book week children at Stawell West were given an
entry form to participate in a competition to match Stawell West staff with
their favourite picture book.
Book Week is the longest running children's festival in
Australia and celebrated its 67th birthday this year.
Each year, many schools and public libraries from all over
Australia spend a week celebrating books and Australian authors and
Classroom teachers, teacher librarians and public librarians
develop activities, offer competitions and tell stories relating to a theme to
highlight the importance of reading.