With around 300 AMAZING entries to our World Book Day costume competition this year, we’re so glad that someone else agreed to be the judge!
B B Taylor is a children’s author from South Birmingham. She writes colourful and imaginative stories about – and inspired by – her beloved animals, her children, fairies, zombies and more!
And the winners are……. *drum roll*….
First Prize: £15 WHSmith voucher PLUS a signed B B Taylor book
Congratulations to Riley-Blake Doolan in his awesome home-made Tin Man from Wizard of Oz costume!
Two runners up: £10 WHSmith voucher
|Ally Ainge’s Little Paddington Bear||Lydia Kirkby’s young Anne Frank|
Two special mentions… teachers brave enough to send in their pics!
|Tweedle Dee Michelle Calloway and her Tweedle Dum colleague at The Oaks Primary School, Druids Heath||Rachel Dutton who works at Anderson Park Primary School in Moseley|
Congratulations all! Paul, Ally & Lydia – check your messages :)
Thank you all for your entries, everyone looked absolutely AWESOME! :D Keep reading!
More about B B Taylor
In her latest project Look At Our Book, B B – along with Birmingham based financial firm Wesleyan and children’s mental health charity Partnership for Children – has been working with Year 8 pupils at Four Dwellings Academy in Quinton.
Five teams of pupils drew up outlines for a book aimed at Year 6 pupils about the challenges of the transition to senior school. The teams then presented their ideas to a panel of judges including radio presenter Ed James and Michelin-starred chef Glynn Purnell at Wesleyan headquarters in Birmingham.
B B is now bringing the young writers’ ideas to the page, and has already completed the first draft of their book! The book will be released in May and sold to raise funds for Partnership for Children.