World Book Day Costumes From £10 @ Asda George
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World Book Day Costumes From £10 @ Asda George

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LocalFound 18th Jan
World Book Day is coming up (1st March is the official date), I know this a bit early, BUT if you want to get ahead of the game before stock sells out you can pick up some cracking costumes from just £10 at Asda George.

The 'Get Deal' link takes you to all the costumes included.

My absolute favourite is this Peter Rabbit Fancy Dress Costume at £14

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Disney Mary Poppins Fancy Dress Costume


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The Very Hungry Caterpillar Fancy Dress Costume


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Postman Pat Fancy Dress Costume with Accessories

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I wonder if any enterprising youngster has ever gone as The Invisible Man by bunking off for the day?
Sorry to be a bit miserable, but speaking as primary school teacher, I can't help but feel party responsible for helping to create demand for this ridiculous and unnecessarily expensive custom. There are hundreds of ways to celebrate a love of books without asking parents to blow a tenner per child on yet more landfill fodder. BTW, teachers HATE having to pick winning outfits... It serves only to make them unpopular with the 29 'losers'.
We are doing a scene in a box this year instead of fancy dress
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Edited by: "nougat" 18th Jan
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Wow some brilliant costumes here - how to choose?!
You just need to convince your kids to go as The Smartest Giant in Town
I wonder if any enterprising youngster has ever gone as The Invisible Man by bunking off for the day?
Ideal for Easter too
Sorry to be a bit miserable, but speaking as primary school teacher, I can't help but feel party responsible for helping to create demand for this ridiculous and unnecessarily expensive custom. There are hundreds of ways to celebrate a love of books without asking parents to blow a tenner per child on yet more landfill fodder. BTW, teachers HATE having to pick winning outfits... It serves only to make them unpopular with the 29 'losers'.
We are doing a scene in a box this year instead of fancy dress
33090936-SUZFT.jpg.
Edited by: "nougat" 18th Jan
dunkiep1 h, 49 m ago

Sorry to be a bit miserable, but speaking as primary school teacher, I …Sorry to be a bit miserable, but speaking as primary school teacher, I can't help but feel party responsible for helping to create demand for this ridiculous and unnecessarily expensive custom. There are hundreds of ways to celebrate a love of books without asking parents to blow a tenner per child on yet more landfill fodder. BTW, teachers HATE having to pick winning outfits... It serves only to make them unpopular with the 29 'losers'.


Totally agree with it, my kids school is natorious for fundrasing but not just 'none school uniform' every single one has a theme. This concludes the none uniform day tomorrow that I got a text for yesterday for blue and white to save the towns football team Would love to see the footballers out fundraising...
Edited by: "victoriarose" 18th Jan
Fab find, great selection
Yay another day to try and extract some cash out of us.
Don't forget the blackberries with the Peter Rabbit costume.
dunkiep18th Jan

Sorry to be a bit miserable, but speaking as primary school teacher, I …Sorry to be a bit miserable, but speaking as primary school teacher, I can't help but feel party responsible for helping to create demand for this ridiculous and unnecessarily expensive custom. There are hundreds of ways to celebrate a love of books without asking parents to blow a tenner per child on yet more landfill fodder. BTW, teachers HATE having to pick winning outfits... It serves only to make them unpopular with the 29 'losers'.


Agreed to a huge extent. When I was a kid we had to do homemade outfits, but there was always a blurry line about what homemade meant. If you can buy a blue dress for Bo Peep why can't you buy a Bo Peep dress? Plus it put my full time working parents under pressure to help me make something.

That said, my spider outfit was awesome. All black, tights stuffed with newspaper as extra legs, and a bum bag full of string.
each year I run a 'not a book' contest and hand out stickers to all the kids dressed as iron Man and Elsa
haggis711 h, 19 m ago

each year I run a 'not a book' contest and hand out stickers to all the …each year I run a 'not a book' contest and hand out stickers to all the kids dressed as iron Man and Elsa


Surely Iron man is ok as it’s a Marvel Comic book.
Edited by: "myusernamehasgone234" 15th Feb
Probably won't be long til the supermarkets etc.. try to cash in on Non-Uniform School Days by 'creating' a range for that too
BlackGarden10 h, 6 m ago

Agreed to a huge extent. When I was a kid we had to do homemade outfits, …Agreed to a huge extent. When I was a kid we had to do homemade outfits, but there was always a blurry line about what homemade meant. If you can buy a blue dress for Bo Peep why can't you buy a Bo Peep dress? Plus it put my full time working parents under pressure to help me make something.That said, my spider outfit was awesome. All black, tights stuffed with newspaper as extra legs, and a bum bag full of string.


Damn it, I wish I had read this before I bought one. That's genius!
dunkiep18th Jan

Sorry to be a bit miserable, but speaking as primary school teacher, I …Sorry to be a bit miserable, but speaking as primary school teacher, I can't help but feel party responsible for helping to create demand for this ridiculous and unnecessarily expensive custom. There are hundreds of ways to celebrate a love of books without asking parents to blow a tenner per child on yet more landfill fodder. BTW, teachers HATE having to pick winning outfits... It serves only to make them unpopular with the 29 'losers'.


Hear hear. You're lucky if you can get it for a tenner now,more like £15+ which if parents are hard up can be an unnecessary expense. Plus most of the girls are in unoriginal princesses costumes. I dont know if theres a winner at our school but last one it was the genius mother on a sewing machine.
haggis7117 h, 33 m ago

each year I run a 'not a book' contest and hand out stickers to all the …each year I run a 'not a book' contest and hand out stickers to all the kids dressed as iron Man and Elsa


Very smart! The trouble is in many shops those are all they sell. Usually theres an annual out which is a book.😁
Different designs, however cheaper currently in sainsburys 25% off Tu clothing
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