Story Book Dress Up

Story Book Dress Up

Story Book Dress Up

Story Book Dress Up

Story Book Dress Up

Casebrook Intermediate School students as book characters

17 October 1986

A group of students from Casebrook Intermediate School dressed as their favourite book characters. From left, standing, are Keri Palmer (Worzel Gummidge) and Craig Buchanan (Robinson Crusoe). In front from left are Natasha O'Dea(Garfield) and Catherine Je

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Area: North / Casebrook

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Natasha and Catherine sitting at the front.

Book characters at the library

22 April 1983

Opawa School students dressed as book characters in the children's section of the Canterbury Public Library during book week. Pictured are, from left backrow, Sacha Cleverley, Sara Holland, Greer Swinard and Callan Craig. Front row, Benjamin Smith, James Everett, Nicholas Meyes and Janine Wilson.

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Area: Central City / Central Christchurch - North

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Reference ID: CCL-StarP-03791A

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St Andrews College pupils dressed up as book characters

28 March 1987

Pupils at St Andrews college on Papanui Road, dressed as their favourite book characters. Charles Evans (centre) as The Mummy, John Walters as a Cat Burglar and Ryan Shaugness as Mr Twit.

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Area: North West / Merivale

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Reference ID: CCL-StarP-00858A

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Casebrook Intermediate School students during book week

28 October 1983

A group of students from Casebrook Intermediate School dressed as their favourite characters in the school library during book week. Teachers are, from left front, Mrs B. Buchanan (the cat who walked alone) and Miss A. Wilson (Eric the punk cat). Pupils, from left, Sarah Flower, Amanda Gundry, Katrina Withers and Sonia Goring.

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Area: North / Casebrook

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Book week at Shirley Intermediate School

12 October 1985

Students from Shirley Intermediate School dressed as book characters in their school library. Students are, from back left, Stuart Waugh, Jason Boa, Natasha Ineson, Justine Kinley, Craig Neville, Nicholas Halsall, John Brocherie and Anna Hooft.

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Area: North East / Shirley

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Reference ID: CCL-StarP-01471A

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