Pupils at Upwell Primary School used their technology skills to bring a new dimension to World Book Day on Thursday.
Year 5 pupils used iPads to film themselves talking about their favourite book.
The children, staff and parents had contributed to a special reading wall made of paper bricks.
Each brick had the name of a favourite book and the Year 5 pupils used a special software programme on their iPads to make the wall interactive.
They were able to see themselves and others talking about books by using their iPads.
Pupils and staff also dressed up for the day and family members were invited to a coffee morning and book sharing session.