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Scooby-Doo spoilers ahead though really, you likely know them already. Ever since her bright orange jumper and red skirt first appeared on our screens, Velma Dinkley has caused no end of speculation among fans, chiefly about her sexuality. Just take a look at all the artwork, fanfic, and theories online that celebrate this side of her character.
Millions of kids will be celebrating World Book Day at home rather than in classrooms this year. But that doesn't mean they still can't get dressed up as one of the favourite literary characters to the mark the special event. And they'll be lots of opportunity to show of their creative outfits over Zoom calls on Thursday, March 8. Below are a range of ideas, put together by Manchester Evening News - that don't involve any sewing, are quick to cobble together and most importantly won't cost you a fortune to create.