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Book characters aplenty on parade

Saskia McGrath, 7 of South Grafton Public School shows off her Frankenstein costume at the schools Book character parade.
Saskia McGrath, 7 of South Grafton Public School shows off her Frankenstein costume at the schools Book character parade. Adam Hourigan

THERE were Harrys and Hermiones, princesses and pirates and even monsters and magicians as the students of South Grafton Public School brought book characters to life in a Book Character Parade yesterday.

The event, which included dances and musical performance was part of a Book Week celebration.

Students and teachers alike showed off the colourful costumes in a parade around the schoolyard in front of an enthusiastic crowd.

Topics:  books, book week, parade, public school, south grafton




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