Spiderman, Oscar the Grouch, a frog looking for its princess, and the Three Blind Mice were all spotted at Riverside Primary School's Book Week Picnic on Wednesday.
About 700 of the school's pupils took part in the annual event, which saw about 300 parents, family friends and community members came to the school to read to the children.
Riverside Primary School's resource team member Miranda Walker said the children were all so excited about Book Week.
"The theme this year is 'reading is my secret power'. So the children have been thinking about reading, what they love about it, and where it makes them go in their mind and all the amazing things it makes them do," she said.
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"Book Week is a great opportunity for children to be very creative with what they do."
Ms Walker said reading is really important skill for life.
"Learning to read is really crucial to all children. It's a really great way to solve problems in the world all around us," she said.
"These are the things we remember in life. When these children grow up and become adults they'll always say 'do you remember when I dressed up as' it's a really great opportunity for them to have those really beautiful memories," Ms Walker said.
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