This World Book Day, Ms Day and the Library organised a book swap. Throughout the beginning of the week children from across the year groups brought unused or unwanted books, and on Thursday the 7th, the book swap opened. Reminiscent of a secondhand book sale, students rummaged through the piles to find the hidden literary treasures within, from classics like A Monster Calls (Patrick Ness, from the original idea of Siobhan Dowd) and Kite Runner (Khaled Hosseini), to more modern titles like Percy Jackson (Rick Riordan). If you cannot bring in a book to swap, then you can pay 50p per book, with the money going towards Book Aid, a wonderful organisation dedicated to bringing books to those who are trying to rebuild their lives. For example, they have started to rebuild libraries in Syria and in refugee camps. We have supported this charity before, and hope to do so again in future World Book Days.