If you have children of a certain age, you'll know today has been World Book Day and schools across West Norfolk were 'bound' to get involved.
Taking a 'leaf' out of many a book and dressing up as their favourite character is all part of the fun, showing a 'resourceful' imagination.
No 'shelf' control was needed and they are on the 'write' track with bigger the better costumes taking centre stage.
We've been out and about to several schools in our area today, while readers have also been sending in pictures of their children via email and the Lynn News Facebook page.
Pupils Seren and Logan Gooderson from Denver VC Primary School dressed as protagonist Rapunzel and the character hiccup from How To Train Your Dragon by popular children's author Cressida Cowell.
Amelia-Faith Russell, seven and Finley, Russell, four, attend Eastgate Academy. Both of them dressed up as mad hatters from Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland.
Scarlett and Ethan Thomson dressed up as characters Nash and Jada from a book called The Cheese Miner on the Moon written by Snettisham author Damian Carruthers.
They both built a model taking two weeks to make which they worked on every day.
Ella Turner, 10, who attends Fairstead Primary School dressed as Cedric Diggory from Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire by JK Rowling.