Schoolchildren across Grantham were finally able to celebrate World Book Day - albeit a week later than planned.
The annual event officially took place on Thursday, March 1, but most schools across the town and villages were left closed after heavy snowfall.
Determined not to lose out, most schools rescheduled their plans for last week.
Harrowby Infant School on New Beacon Road, was among the schools to celebrate, with children dressed as characters including Gangsta Granny and Charlie Bucket. Staff also got busy creating lifesize Mr Men characters including Little Miss Sunshine and Mr Tickle.
Children at Belmont school were challenged to transform a cereal box into a mask of their favourite book character.
Literacy Co-ordinator and Year 5 teacher Jamie Grossmith, said: “We encourage all children to read for 20 minutes each day. In doing so, research suggests children will increase their vocabulary by over two million words a year.”