Wednesday, April 10, 2013
|Canary Row by Ann Sauer|
With over 40 entries, the Edible Book festival was a scrumptious social-scholarly success! Entries included everything from “Moby Dicks” featuring whale-spout hamburgers to “Canary Row” sporting a Peeps rowing crew.
The creations were beautiful, and the bean feast that followed was delectable! Prizes were awarded by four judges and also by popular vote.
|The Secret Garden won 1st Place in People's Choice|
by Dina Wilson
And the winners are:
(feel free to drum your fingers now)
Most good enough to eat
(K-6th Grad) Isaac Lilyegren “Yummy Yummy”
(Adult) Norma Middleton “Eat. Pray. Love.”
(K-6th Grade) Katharine Haycox “Molly Moon-Pie”
(Adult) Ann Sauer “Cannery Row”
|“Chasing White Rabbits/Happy 61st Birthday Mom”|
by Molly Kennedy
(K-6th Grade) Beck Rice-Narusch “Catching the Ghost”
(Adult) Molly Kennedy “Chasing White Rabbits/Happy 61st Birthday Mom”
|A Game of Scones|
by Miss Kitty
Most Literal Depiction of the Book Title
(K-6th Grade) Dylan O’Neill “The Garden of Eden”
(7th- 12th Grade) Ember and Indy Rice-Narusch “The Giving Tree”
(Adult) Ara & Jan Binks “Little Bees”
|Curious Gougere by Miss Kitty|
1st Place - Dina Wilson “The Secret Garden”
2nd Place – Molly Kennedy “Chasing White Rabbits/Happy 61st Birthday Mom”
3rd Place – Ann Sauer “Cannery Row”
4th Place - Deborah T. “The Alfred Hitch-choc Stories”
|Tables were full, with 40 entries at the|
Edible Book Fair
Congratulations to the winners, and a huge round of applause to everyone who entered. If you’d like take part in future Edible Book Festivals or the Arts in Shoreline and Lake Forest Park join the Shoreline – Lake Forest Park Arts Council’s eNews list and stay on top of the arts in our community.
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