Smiffys David Walliams Deluxe Billionaire Boy Costume, Blu with Top, Trousers & Toilet Roll Accessory with, Officially Licensed David Walliams Fancy Dress, Child Dress Up Costumes

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Smiffys David Walliams Deluxe Billionaire Boy Costume, Blu with Top, Trousers & Toilet Roll Accessory with, Officially Licensed David Walliams Fancy Dress, Child Dress Up Costumes

Smiffys David Walliams Deluxe Billionaire Boy Costume, Blu with Top, Trousers & Toilet Roll Accessory with, Officially Licensed David Walliams Fancy Dress, Child Dress Up Costumes

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Because there have been various iterations of Nancy Drew on our screens, it’s a costume that leaves a lot of room for interpretation. Freddie Butler went all out with the Captain Underpants costume, but you could easily recreate this with some white or pink clothing underneath some - yes you guessed it - underpants. Mr. Spud used to roll the toilet paper around the cardboard inner tube. Could you use this as a starting point for learning about measurement / distances / circumference?

Billionaire Boy has a ‘Postscript’ which gives information about what happened to the characters after the story ended. Could you write a postscript for your favourite books? It's mostly school clothes you've probably already got for this one, with just shorts and white top needed. He went as Dalmatian number 57 and was accompanied by his sister Safah, who dressed as Moana. Yousef Chowdhury as Dalmatian number 57 and his sister Safah Chowdhury as Moana (Image: UGC MEN) The Paper Dolls We must admit, sending your kid to school dressed as one of your book characters is great free advertising. Who is Billionaire Boy? Billionaire Boy, aka Joe Spud, is the creation of British comic actor and author, David Walliams.The BFG himself is a big hit for World Book Day, but if you don't fancy creating those big ears, this could be an easier option. Another Walliams favourite is the popular Billionaire Boy and it's pretty simple to create your own Joe Spud. The best-selling children’s author and nine-year-old Alfred Walliams got into the spirit of things with a very impressive costume for the annual event. Stripey hat – you can make this using a tube of white card and then adding a rim and painting on red stripes

In celebration of World Book Day on Thursday, schools across the UAE will encourage children to bring in their favourite books, participate in book swaps and dress up as their favourite characters. Watch this reading and interview with the author. Think of questions that you would like to ask David Walliams: Probably Roald Dahl's most emulated World Book Day character is Matilda - the little girl with special powers and a love of books. If you've got the Doh Nutters board game, you could always use the elephant mask from that. Or if you have any other animal onesie, then there's no end of books you could choose - The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Dear Zoo, Monkey Puzzle, you name it. The Slightly Annoying Elephant (Image: Manchester Evening News) Room on the Broom Just a tutu and headband or bow would be enough to make it work if you've not got the whole kit and caboodle. Rebecca Robinson's daughter Sophia as a ballerina 101 Dalmatians

You don't even need a full witch's costume for this to work - just a hat and the book would do, or a hat attached to a headband like Isabelle's wearing here. Cinderella: glass slippers might be a stretch but you could accessorise with an inviation to the ball



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