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.

247 thoughts on “Dress Up with Sainsbury’s and #win

  1. 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…

  2. 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)

  3. 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

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

  5. 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

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

  7. 'Cinderella' because the little girls love stories about Princesses. The boys love 'Bob the Builder' stories x

  8. My eldest son loves "Diary of a Wimpy Kid" and my youngest son loves "I Love My Mummy" and he thinks that the illustrations are of me and him.

  9. My 7 year old has just got into Mr Benn after doing a project on him at school. Had to buy them off Amazon, but it's great having him read to me, like revisiting my childhood. xx

  10. My son loves The Very Hungry Caterpillar, and now his new baby brother has a cute matching outfit, made him squeeeaak 🙂

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