On one day every year, you can find Harry Potter, Where's Wally, and the Gruffalo in schools across Suffolk. 

World Book Day is an annual charity event where children dress up as some of their favourite book characters and receive a voucher for books. 

The first event was celebrated in the UK in 1998 - and many Suffolk children have participated. 

Can you spot yourself in a photo from our World Book Day archive?

Ipswich Star: A teacher at Farlingaye High SchoolA teacher at Farlingaye High School (Image: Charlotte Bond)

Ipswich Star: World Book Day 2013World Book Day 2013 (Image: Newsquest)

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Ipswich Star: Mendlesham Community PrimaryMendlesham Community Primary (Image: Newsquest)

Ipswich Star: Harry Potter at World Book Day 2013Harry Potter at World Book Day 2013 (Image: Newsquest)

Ipswich Star: St Peters PrimarySt Peters Primary (Image: Newsquest)


Ipswich Star: Worlingworth Primary SchoolWorlingworth Primary School (Image: Newsquest)

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Ipswich Star: World Book Day 2012World Book Day 2012 (Image: Newsquest)

Ipswich Star: Bacton Community PrimaryBacton Community Primary (Image: Newsquest)

Ipswich Star: Ranelagh Primary SchoolRanelagh Primary School (Image: Newsquest)

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