STAMFORD Bridge primary pupils let their literary imaginations run riot during a special book week at the school.
They took part in a range of activities throughout the week in celebration of an after school book fair designed to get the children more excited about prose.
Among the fun activities were a ‘Where’s Wally’ treasure trail, a competition, storytime and a day where the children went into school dressed as their favourite storybook characters.
Organiser Trudie Fitzhenry said that the book-themed events went down a storm with the children.
“We have had book fairs before, but this time we approached it real with enthusiasm and got stuck in,” she said.
“The children had an absolutely fantastic time and really enjoyed getting involved in the events.”
Commission made from the sales of books will go towards bolstering the school library.