2013 Edible Books Festival Competition Winners

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Katie Hogan's Booklava Library was selected as the Grand Prize winner at Morris Library's 3rd annual Edible Books Festival on April 1st. Her delicately detailed sculpture was also chosen as having the Best Book Structure. Ms. Hogan received an Amazon Kindle and a gift card in recognition.

The other winners at the Festival were Kate Harrison's Two Fig Two Ale (Least Edible), Lacey Gibson's Little House on the Prairie (Most Edible), Lynn Geske's We Have Always Lived in the White Castle (Punniest), and Julie Mosbo's Velveetateen Rabbit (Public Vote). All of these creators received gift cards.

Thank you to all of the entrants and attendees who helped make the Festival a success.

Enjoy these images of the winners.