World Book Day is a registered charity in the UK that promotes reading for pleasure to young children. A three-year-old boy turned into Prince Harry on World Book Day and posed with a large cover of his autobiography ‘Spare’.
Alice Wright was able to dress like the Duke of Sussex with the help of her mother and makeup artist and hairstylist Melissa Wright, according to Wales Online. The outlet said he used children’s hair spray and face paint to create Ginger’s hair and beard to prepare for her school event. The picture of the boy soon became popular on social media and was liked by many users.
as quoted by Wales Online
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“I was a bit worried because I think it’s such a controversial topic because everyone has such a huge range of opinions. Essentially, it’s just fun,” she was quoted as saying by Wales Online. “Since he’s only three years old, I was giving him some suggestions — specific types of Julia Donaldson characters that three-year-olds would love to read. Then, he was like, ‘No, no, I don’t want that.
Goal: Providing each child with their own book
World Book Day is a registered charity in the UK that promotes reading for pleasure to young children. The goal is to provide each child with their own book and inculcate the habit of reading.
Celebrated one month before
The day is celebrated a month before World Book and Copyright Day, an annual event organized by the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). The UK charity’s website says it celebrates World Book Day on 2 March. It states that they want to see more children, especially those from disadvantaged backgrounds, inculcate a lifelong habit of reading for enjoyment and thereby improving lives. Them.