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2013 Edible Book Festival 

Check Out Pictures from Staley Library's 2013 Edible Book Festival!

Thanks to all our wonderful entrants and to those that voted on (and ate) the entries for making this event a success! We raised almost $100 for The Good Samaritan Inn of Decatur!  Start thinking of your ideas for next year's festival...

The 2013 Entries

Individual Entries

Bookworm-  entry by Pej Clark

The Red Badge of Courage by Stephen Crane- entry by Marsha Leach

The Catcher in the Rye (Con Queso) by J. D. Salinger- entry by Eric McKinney (second in the "Punniest Entry" category and a close, tied second in "Favorite Individual Entry")

Moby Duck by Donovan Hohn/Bad Things Happen by Harry Dolan- entry by Ruth Nihiser (Winner of "Favorite Individual Entry")

The Quiltmaker's Gift/The Quiltmaker's Journey by Jeff Brumbeau- entry by Cindy Fuller (close, tied second for the "Favorite Individual Entry" category, and tied for second in "Most Creative Use of Ingredients")

The Old Man in the "C" by Ernest Hemmingway- entry by Terry Leach (Winner of the "Punniest Entry")

Lime and Punishment by Dostoyevsky - entry by Louise Greene

Creepy Carrots! with Hummus by Aaron Reynolds- entry by Amanda Pippitt

The Bundt for Red October by Tom Clancy- entry by Rachel Bicicchi (Another close contender for the "Punniest Entry")

Group Entries:

The Sword in the Scone by T. H. White- entry by DPS Library Ladies

Map to the Multiverse by Emma R. Wilson- entry by Bronzeman Books

Cake-enstein: The Modern Deliciousness by Mary Shelley- entry by Sigma Tau Delta/English Club (tied for second in "Most Creative Use of Ingredients")



Let’s Talk Kids: Becoming a Family by Claudia Quigg- entry by Bronzeman Books



A Night of Poetry- entry by Bronzeman Books



With the Writing Center, Citations are a Piece of Cake!- entry by the Writing Center (Winner of "The Most Creative Use of Ingredients" and "Entry I Most Want to Eat!")



The Alchemy of Air: A Jewish Genius, A Doomed Tycoon, & The Scientific Discovery that Fed the World but Fueled the Rise of Hitler by Thomas Hager- entry by Chemistry 482: Chemistry Seminar Class 

Voting & Eating

See you all next year!

 
 
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