Halloween costumes based on books

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16 DIY Book Character Costumes - Best Book Character Halloween Costumes

This one's for all the bookworms out there! Whether you need a storybook costume to wear to school during Book Week or to go trick-or-treating on Halloween , these ideas are picture book perfect. From classic children's books to YA novels, all of these book character costumes are calling your name if you're a true bibliophile. Our favorite book character costume ideas are all super-easy, so don't stress if you waited until the last minute — these storybook Halloween costumes can all be pieced together from items you already have in your closet or ready-made costumes you can buy on Amazon. Don't worry if you waited until the last minute: Everything you need to recreate these Mary Poppins and Bert looks is available on Amazon. This clever Halloween costume can be pulled off with zero sewing skills — right down to the no-sew felt apple trick-or-treat bag.
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Clever Halloween Costumes No Bookworm Can Resist

Corduroy Corduroy. Belle Beauty and t h e Beast. Wimpy Kid Diary of a Wimpy Kid. Whether you make a full headpiece or just print out a simple paper face mask, this is a crowd-pleasing costume that you probably have all the parts for already. My favorite kind! If you want something simple but impactful, this classic picture book is a winner for a child or adult costume or do lower-case letters for a child and upper-case for a grown-up for a fun pair. An actual book costume!

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Skip navigation! Halloween is certainly an occasion for late-night bashes , scary movie marathons, and hoarding Hershey bar s. But it's also an opportunity for self expression. Inevitably, a costume is a reflection of who you are — or, at least, what you're obsessed with, what you find amusing, and what interests you. Sometimes, a costume can be a better expression of identity than everyday clothes. If y ou're a book-lover, you've practically already done half the work of Halloween.

5 thoughts on “12 Literary Halloween Costume Ideas - The Bibliofile

  1. We all have children's books that will always be near and dear to our hearts, like Anne of Green Gables, The Giving Tree, and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, to name just a few.

  2. 2 days ago We love these literary Halloween costumes for teachers! From Elizabeth Bennet to The Very Hungry Caterpillar, you'll find ideas for every grade.

  3. See more ideas about Costume ideas, Children costumes and Halloween costumes. The 9 Best Halloween Costumes Based On Children's Books, Ranked.

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