Peppa Loves World Book Day

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It’s World Book Day, but Peppa has so many favourite books, she can’t decide which character to dress up as! Who will she be? Find out in this Peppa Pig story!

Peppa is a loveable, cheeky little piggy who lives with her little brother George, Mummy Pig and Daddy Pig. Peppa’s favourite things include playing games, dressing up, days out and jumping in muddy puddles. Her adventures always end happily with loud snorts of laughter.

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Peppa Pig loves books! Watch Peppa read George a bedtime story here

Download our Peppa Pig activity sheets here

Take a look the Peppa Pig Instagram account and Pinterest page.

Reviews from Toppsta:

Lottie12 aged 4 

Lottie thought this book was really funny. With Peppa and George having to dress up in there favourite book for World Book Day. George is mad about dinosaurs so he was sorted but Peppa was struggling as she had to many favourite books. The outcome was really funny and Lottie laughed. Lottie said the end result of Peppa’s dress up was her favourite part of the book. Brilliant book for little ones on World Book Day.

Katie-birmingham read it to AvaW aged 3 
My daughter is mad on Peppa Pig, So I knew she would enjoy this. I thought this was a good book for World Book Day, and would be a good book to encourage children to read and enjoy books. We knew that George would end up being a dinosaur and we liked that Peppa couldn’t choose just one favourite book. My daughter thought it was funny that Peppa dressed up as various characters. It was a nice length after reading it my daughter wanted to tell me what all her favourite books were, as she said like Peppa she had more than one. An enjoyable story.

Gillian read it to Mckinleigh aged 5 
I read this story to my 5 year old, however she could have read it to me.
A lovely simple story capturing the spirit of dress up for World Book Day.
My daughter loved how Peppa was lots of characters in her favourite books and how she didn’t just pick one story character to be.
She enjoyed the story but I felt this probably was more suited to younger children or Peppa Pig fans.

Mandy2003 read it to Rubiroo aged 4 & Darcm aged 4 months
What a funny book! Read it to my 4 year old who loves Peppa. A great introduction to World Book Day and showed her how she can like lots of books and use her imagination for dressing up. The characters never get old and always amuse. The artwork was as good as always. A must buy for Peppa fans!

EB87 read it to LA12 aged 4 
Leo really enjoyed this book. It featured several characters that he recognised from the other Peppa Pig books that we’ve read together. The storyline was interesting and easy for him to follow with bold illustrations. Leo “liked everyone dressing up” and thought “Peppa looked funny wearing all of the things”. Peppa had so many favourite books, she just couldn’t decide which character to dress up as!

LibraryGirl read it to Cantor aged 1 & Cantor2 aged 3 
The children where happy with the bright colours and simple shapes. The easy language allowed me to read it in English instead of translating it (the biggest child always asks for translation…)

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