Mouthwatering Manuscripts and PUNderful Paperbacks - Edible Book results are in

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.”

Most PUNderful 
(K-6th Grade) Katharine Haycox “Molly Moon-Pie” 
(Adult)  Ann Sauer “Cannery Row”

“Chasing White Rabbits/Happy 61st Birthday Mom”
by Molly Kennedy

Most 3Dimensional/Architectural  
(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

People’s Choice 
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. 

The Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to nurture all of the arts in the community through programs and events, arts education, advocacy, and support for artists and arts organizations.


Anonymous,  April 11, 2013 at 6:24 AM  

Is there a reader's digest version?

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