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The 5th Annual Edible Book Festival was held April 6, 2010 at the University YMCA

Thanks to everyone who joined us in celebrating the 5th Annual Festival at the University YMCA! A special thanks to our 2010 judges, Larry Kanfer, Ronnie Kann, and Buffy Vance, as well as to local donors for their generous prize donations: Dallas & Company, Chipotle Mexican Grill, Center for Children's Books, GSLIS, Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Soybean Press, C-U Big Read, and University Library Office of Advancement.

2010 Judges:

2010 Prize Categories:

Highest Literary Merit

"Leaves of Grass" by Viktoria Ford and Carolyn Kirwan"

"Leaves of Grass" by Viktoria Ford & Carolyn Kirwan

 

Most Appetizing

"The  Good Earth" by Susan Beluares

"The Good Earth" by Susan Bekiares

Funniest

"To Grill a Mockingbird" by Kathi Brady

"To Grill a Mockingbird" by Kathi Brady

Best Collaborative Creation

"House of the Seven Grables" by the Digital Content Creation Team

"House of the Seven Grables" by the Digital Content Creation Team

Best Visual Presentation

"The Cremation of Sam McGee" by Arley McNeney

"The Cremation of Sam McGee" by Arley McNeney

Punniest

"The Legend of Sleepy Challah" by  Valerie and  Samuel Hotchkiss

"The Legend of Sleepy Challah" by Valerie and Samuel Hotchkiss

Entry Based on Book for Children or Teens, People's Choice

"Princess and the Pea" by Molly Dolan and Karen Wickett

"Princess and the Pea" by Molly Dolan and Karen Wickett

 

Most Whimsical

"Fleeced" by Kathy Sponsler

"Fleeced" by Kathy Sponsler

 

Taste of Mexico - Winner

"One Hundred Years of Solitude" by Megan Kniepkamp

"One Hundred Years of Solitude" by Megan Kniepkamp

Taste of Mexico - 2nd Runner Up

"House on Mango Street" by Rachel Storm

"House on Mango Street" by Rachel Storm

 

Taste of Mexico - 1st Runner Up

"Where the Mild Things Are" by Carolyn Kloecker

"Where the Mild Things Are" by Carolyn Kloecker

 

All Entries

"Chicka Chicka Boom Boom" by Alicia Wiechert

"Chicka Chicka Boom Boom" by Alicia Wiechert


"First Book of Sushi" by Ratana Darawankul

"First Book of Sushi" by Ratana Darawankul


"The Unbearable Lightness of Beets" by Whitney Carr

"The Unbearable Lightness of Beets" by Whitney Carr


"First Book of Braille Numbers" by Suma Bhat

"First Book of Braille Numbers" by Suma Bhat


"Leaves of Grass" by Karoliina Engstrom

"Leaves of Grass" by Karolina Engstrom


"Take a Look, It's in a Book" by Susan Rodgers

"Take a Look, It's in a Book" by Susan Rodgers


"Handful of Dust" by Respect des Fondants

"Handful of Dust" by Respect des Fondants


"Coloring Book" by Judith Pond and Eric Phetteplace

"Coloring Book" by Judith Pond and Eric Phetteplace


"The Invention of Hugo Cabernet" by Karin Ballsrud

"The Invention of Hugo Cabernet" by Karin Ballsrud


"If You Give a Mouse a Cookie" by Amy Sponsler

"If You Give a Mouse a Cookie" by Amy Sponsler


"India Wins Freedom" by Abhinav Bhatele

"India Wins Freedom" by Abhinav Bhatele

"Quick After-Battle Triple Chocolate Cake" by Beth Eves

"Quick After Battle Triple Chocolate Cake" by Beth Eves


"Kitty Litter Murder" by Carol Nunn

"Kitty Litter Murder" by Carol Nunn


"Rum plus Stilton" by Molly MacRae

"Rum Plus Stilton" by Molly MacRae


"Sun, Stone, and Shadows" by Sue Searing

"Sun, Stone, and Shadows" by Sue Searing


"Who Moved My Cheese" by Karen Cast

"Who Moved My Cheese?" by Karen Cast


"Passed Over" by Karen Hewitt

"Passed Over" by Karen Hewitt


"Yossarian Lives" by Karl Schmidt

"Yossarian Lives" by Karl Schmidt



"Big Bad Bunny" by Karin Ballsrud

"Big Bad Bunny" by Karin Ballsrud



"Polar Bear, Polar Bear,  What Do You Hear?" by Kate Quealy and Kelley Anne Johnson

"Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Did You Hear?"
by Kate Quealy and Kelley Anne Johnson


"Taste of Mexico" by Abhinav Bhatele

"Taste of Mexico" by Abhinav Bhatele