Children fell into the world of book magic on Friday afternoon at the Launceston Library.
On the final day of the 2019 Book Week, more than 43 children registered to show off their costumes one more time at the library's annual event.
Library services officer Alice Imlach said the family-friendly event was set to be a hit with the week's theme being 'reading is my secret power'.
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"In terms of the theme we're just really wanting to highlight the fact that reading can be, and is a secret, power because it can take children to places that they perhaps never get to go, and let them escape from reality," she said.
"It's highlighting the importance of reading stories for children and the fun and the joy of reading. It also connects children with quality Australian literature and stories."
The children played with giant Snakes and Ladders board games, Tic Tac Toe and other games were played, before a costume parade was held. The event finished with reading some books.
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