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World Book Day celebrated in Havering

08:14 06 March 2014

Today is World Book Day - the chance for people to celebrate their favourite books across the country.

First celebrated in 1995, it is now recognised on the first Thursday of every March.

We want to know what your favourite book is, and why? Who is your best-loved author and what makes a great story?

Tweet @RomfordRecorder or email robin.cottle@archant.co.uk.

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