Pictures: World Book Day celebrated in Newham's schools
PUBLISHED: 13:26 05 March 2015 | UPDATED: 16:38 06 March 2015
Hadia Harif, 4, from Portway Primary School as Little Red Riding Hood
If you saw superheroes on the street or bunnies on the bus this morning, you're not going mad.
Free entry to the chocolate factory...or maybe just the school canteen.
Children across the borough dressed up in colourful costumes today to mark World Book Day - a celebration of all things literary.
A number of teachers also joined in the fun by becoming their favourite fictional character for the day.
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Look out if you're at St Bonaventure's - the child catcher is about! Rayan Ayden Haryshan, 3, from Playdays Preschool as a police officer Staff at St Bonaventure's in their costumes Carmel-Louise Moore, 4, as Little Red Riding Hood Rihana Haryshan 8, from Hilldene Primary School as Princess Anna Five-year-old Prince Jordan Staff and students at Quwwat-Ul-Islam girls school celebrate world book day Uzair Idris, five, from Selwyn Primary School as Paddington Bear Portway Primary School pupils Sonali, Isabella and Yasir, all five, Hadia, four, and Jayarti and Tia, five These were voted the best staff costumes at St Angela's Ursuline School The Modern Foreign Languages department at St Angela's Ursuline went Around the World in 80 Days