Congratulations to the winners of the Edible Books Contest

On April 1, hungry hordes gathered in Skillman Library's Simon Room to view the contestants in the now annual Edible Books Contest, celebrated each April in honor of gastronome Jean Brillat-Savarin's birthday and April Fool's Day.

 

 

 

 

This year, the winners were:

  • Most Book-like: "Shortbread Torah" by Helen Hutchens, Ben Nitton & Haley Garrison
  • Most Creative: "Richard III" by Heather Reinert
  • Most Humorous: "A Farewell to Arms" by Emily Schneider
  • Best Banned Book: "Their Eyes Were Watching Cod/God" by Heather Reinert
  • Best Student Entry: "Shortbread Torah" by Helen Hutchens, Ben Nitton & Haley Garrison
  • People's Choice: "Richard III" by Heather Reinert
  • Best in Show: "Some Books Are Worth Melting For/An Amazing Snowman" by Foodie House LLC

View photographs of all Edible Books contestants.