Books come to life
A SCARY witch, a slippery frog, a pirate without a ship and a spotty dog.
Captain Hook, shiver me timbers, maybe a zombie, jeepers creepers.
Lalaloopsy stops for a look, Mary Poppins reading her book.
Eidsvold children, and other children from right across the North Burnett, took on the challenge, dressing up for BookWeek.
The children worked together to bring their books to life.
Inside the book is a life just waiting to jump off the page, like a sneeze’s anticipation. Given the chance to jump from the page the children of Eidsvold, no matter what age, will take on the dare and get up on the stage.
PIGS IN PINK: These three little pigs even went to the trouble of deciding what to build their house out of: Jemma Evans had the house of sticks, Jordane Gardiner was smart enough to choose the bricks and Lailah Mitchell had the house of straw.
Alex Kielly's Harry Potter costume is magical.
Spiderman Tyler Keitley, "crazy Tinkerbell" Bella Southern and Cinderella Bella Cook have a fun morning at school.
Taylor Edgar has the whole collection of Garfield comics and likes to read them every hour of the day. Shardia Dahtler came as her favourite Disney princess Pocahontas.
Prince Charming Nate Glasgow and Bailey McLurcan, who came as the pirate from Dragon Blood Pirate compare their costumes.
Toothless pirate Andrew Moir and gladiator Jordan Kielly say they are inspired by lots of the books in the school library.