Tuesday, 5 March 2013

Dress Up with Sainsbury’s and #win

Missing Sleep has teamed up with Sainsbury’s to give one lucky reader the opportunity to win a £30 gift card to spend on their child’s favourite books and character costumes at their local Sainsbury’s stores.

Celebrating the nation’s week of reading, Sainsbury’s is inspiring children to read by encouraging them to role play in dress up with their favourite book, be it The Gruffalo, Rapunzel – A Groovy Fairy Tale or Cinderella – Magical Story. 
From Thursday 7 March, Sainsbury’s, will be hosting in-store ‘Make Believe’ events nationwide. Reading is such an important part of child development and the ‘Make Believe’ events are a great forum to celebrate and encourage reading through dress up.

As a leading destination for dress up, Sainsbury’s, offers a range of much loved costumes including, The Gruffalo, Rapunzel, Cinderella, Snow White, Spiderman, Superman and Batman – available in over 300 stores.

Sainsbury’s has everything you need to get you ready to take part in this week’s activities. Go in-store to redeem £1 World Book Day tokens on any book priced at £2.99 or more. 

For more information, please visit www.sainsburys.co.uk

To enter just comment below with your child's favourite story by the 10th of March.

384 comments:

  1. My son Dylan's favourite story is the Faraway tree by Enid Blyton. It was my favourite as a little girl and now it's his xxxxx

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  2. At the moment it's Chicken Licken but it changes every few days :)

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  3. Room on the broom x

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  4. Tracey Redfern-Jones5 March 2013 at 18:41

    my daughter loves the story of charlottes Web

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  5. ashleigh allan5 March 2013 at 19:03

    My son loves the Gruffalo and my daughter loves Hansel and Gretal


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  6. my son and daughter absolutely love Room on the Broom at the moment x

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  7. Any of the Rainbow Magic books.

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  8. My kids like "A Squash And A Squeeze" at the moment or anything by Julia Donaldson :)

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  9. The Gruffalo is a favourite here

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  10. both my daughters love the gruffalo and the peter rabbit series

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  11. Andrea MacLeod5 March 2013 at 21:53

    My daughter loves The singing mermaid! :-)

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  12. Barrie Phillips5 March 2013 at 22:00

    The Gruffalo!

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  13. At the moment my daughter likes Hungry Hen

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  14. My daughter loves the gruffalo and the gruffalos child books.

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  15. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory - Roald Dahl

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  16. We're Going On A Bear Hunt

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  17. The Gruffalo

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  18. mervyn the mouse

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  19. Primrose Mbangatha5 March 2013 at 22:25

    The gruffalo

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  20. has to be the wizard of oz - she got a pop up book for christmas and loves it

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  21. Hairy Maclary from Donaldson's Dairy

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  22. The Gruffalo

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  23. My son likes the Three little pigs but I think its because I actually bought three little cuddly pigs so the story is a bit animated. He loves to throw the pig around when they get blown away. Haha...

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  24. Natalie Harris5 March 2013 at 23:05

    My daughters favourite story is dear zoo because she likes it when I do the animal noises

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  25. got to be the hungary caterpiller, both my kids loved it xx

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  26. got to be the hungry caterpiller, both my kids loved it xx

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  27. Ten Tiny Tadpoles - he loves the counting and rhyming!

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  28. James and the Giant Peach - we read a little bit each night before bed. Following on twitter 0 @sarahann2611 :) xx

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  29. Chicken, Chips and Peas (or any of the Fast Fox, Slow Dog series)

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  30. Tiger who came to Tea

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  31. MRS SUSAN MARTIN6 March 2013 at 05:27

    THE GRUFFALO

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  32. My son adored The Hungry Caterpillar

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  33. Rena Plumridge6 March 2013 at 07:10

    Charlie and chocolate factory

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  34. Into The Woods by Lyn Gardner

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  35. Gangster Granny

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  36. Stuart Edwards6 March 2013 at 07:50

    Charlie and chocolate factory

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  37. My son loves the snail and the whale :)

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  38. BEAUTY AND THE BEAST

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  39. James & The Giant Peach by Roald Dahl

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  40. The Very Hungry Caterpillar

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  41. kendra florence6 March 2013 at 08:43

    kipper the dog was a favourite

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  42. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

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  43. Beauty and the Beast i'd say.

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  44. the three little pigs xx

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  45. Little Miss Sunshine

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  46. Mog the forgetful cat stories.

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  47. The Tiger Who Came to Tea

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  48. were going on a bear hunt

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  49. Rosalind Sargent6 March 2013 at 09:52

    going on a bear hunt

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  50. The Tiger Who Came to Tea

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  51. The Three Little Pigs. Love it.

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  52. Charlie & The Chocolate Factory

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  53. The Very Hungry Caterpillar

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  54. alice in wonderland

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  55. Don't put your finger in the jelly, Nelly

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  56. Beky Austerberry6 March 2013 at 11:02

    Jacqueline Wilson - The Suitcase Kid

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  57. has to be anything with spot the dog in !

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  58. My children love Room on the Broom, we all like saying "whoosh they were gone" together, its a great book.

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  59. petitmoi-bigworld6 March 2013 at 11:18

    It's an obvious one, but The Gruffalo, and The Gruffalos child. He loves them so much he wanted to get them for his cousin for his birthday so that he can love them too (we did get them)

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  60. haha its not a book one our sons favourite bedtime story was one my gran used to tell me about a mouse who lived in the countryside who moved to the town and he ended up he missed the beautiful things and he come back in the end (v long winded story but beautiful)

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  61. Monley See, Monkey Do. We all sing the words instead of just saying them both my kids know the book of by heart. x

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  62. Manesh Chauhan6 March 2013 at 11:57

    George's Marvelous Medicine

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  63. A Squash and a Squeeze

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  64. When my son was little it was Three Billy Goats Gruff. I'd do voices for the goats and the troll, and when I said "and UP jumped the ugly troll" I'd make him jump and set him off with the giggles! And we used to play it sometimes in a stream with a bridge with our wellies on!

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  65. MINE LOVES LOVES ALL THOMAS THE TANK ENGINE STORIES

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  66. Currently loving Ratburger by David Walliams, and very realistic, given the horse meat scandal!

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  67. we love what the ladybird heard my son wants it every night xx

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  68. Thomas the Tank Engine :-)

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  69. basically lvs anything with fairies in it

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  70. Guess how much i love you is definitely my childs and a family favourite

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  71. My son loves Mr Stink and is dressing up as him for World Book Day tomorrow :-)

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  72. My 6yo's current favourite is Harry the Poisonous Centipede :)

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  73. paula burnside6 March 2013 at 14:36

    An old favourite, The hungry caterpillar.

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  74. Karen Shuttleworth6 March 2013 at 14:58

    The Gruffalo

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  75. An old favourite, The hungry caterpillar.

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  76. natalja popsujeva6 March 2013 at 15:51

    Horrid Henry bookd

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  77. The magic porridge pot.

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  78. Beast quest for big man, Pants for middle man and The Gruffalo touch and feel for baby man

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  79. Oops says Olly bear is this weeks favorite.

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  80. the Grumpalump, difficult to get a copy now but its a lovely rhyming story

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  81. Pauline Simpson6 March 2013 at 17:27

    my daughter loved Zoo Lane

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  82. Hungry Caterpillar!

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  83. My daughter loved Alice in Wonderland and dressed up as the Mad Hatter for World Book Day when she was at primary school. She made the hat herself, and ended up with her picture in the local newspaper

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  84. Tigger loves The Gruffalo we read it every night


    @littleboo_21

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  85. The Hungry Caterpillar is my grandsons favourite

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  86. Loving Snow White at the minute

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  87. My daughter loves The Faraway Tree

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  88. Room on the broom, or anything really by Julia Doanldson for my 5 yo

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  89. Monkey Puzzle by Julia Donaldson

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  90. My son loves Dog Blue and has done since he was very small

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  91. T. Mitchell-Goodson6 March 2013 at 20:57

    There are so many to choose from! At the moment, my little one loves Abney and Teal - Brilliant Boots!

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  92. Rick Riordan - The Last Olympian

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  93. At the moment it is The Grufalo

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  94. Clip-Clop by Nicola Smee, my little boy loves the animal characters

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  95. She likes Room on the Broom best, though it's a tough choice to make.

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  96. jenni_thorpeuk6 March 2013 at 22:06

    Even though they are far too old for it now, its The very hungry caterpillar, just because it brings back so many lovely memories of silly story times. They love it

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  97. at the moment their fave is one called "cheeky monkey"

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  98. The Very Hungry Caterpillar x

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  99. My daughter's favourite story is "The smartes giant in town" so funny and easy to remember the rhymes

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  100. Have always loved The Lion The Witch and the wardrobe

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  101. My son used to love Thomas the tank

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  102. The Very Hungry Caterpillar

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  103. Jacob loves "Thomas", the tank engine.

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  104. I have an old copy of a book I had when I was little, The Elephant and The Bad Baby, and the kids love it!

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  105. Samantha Atherton7 March 2013 at 08:32

    My little girl love Meg & Mog

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  106. Holly Peterson7 March 2013 at 08:42

    The Very Hungry Caterpillar!

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  107. Chicken Licken

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  108. The Very Hungry Caterpillar

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  109. Both my children love The Very Hungry Caterpillar

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  110. My granddaughter loves Harry Potter and has gone to school dressed as Hermione!

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  111. Mr Pinkwhistle

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  112. The Faraway Tree

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  113. Catherine Thomas7 March 2013 at 10:32

    Thomas the Tank Engine Stories :)

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  114. My Son loves any Doctor Who books

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  115. Isabell Whitenstall7 March 2013 at 12:27

    James and The Giant Peach

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  116. Horrid Henry - any of them!

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  117. Sarah-Louise Brady7 March 2013 at 15:18

    Cinderella

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  118. the very hungry caterpillar :D

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  119. They can`t get enough of The Cat in the Hat - Dr Seuss

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  120. Monkey Puzzle - we must of read it a hundred times!

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  121. eldest loves any roald dahl. middle son loves the gruffalo and youngest baby loves those touchy feely books

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  122. My eldest (4) adores 'The Gruffalo' and my youngest (18 months) loves the 'That's Not My...' books.

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  123. My 6 year old is loving reading The BFG currently

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  124. My eldest loves anything by Michael Morpurgo and my little one's favourite is a bath book ab out elephants

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  125. Most stories by David Walliams...Billionaire Boy at the moment.

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