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Edible Book Festival Winners!

Edible Book Festival Winners!

With fifty entries, trivia, games, and lots and lots of cake, we had a great Edible Book Festival on Monday!

Here are the winners in our eight prize categories:

Winner of Most Original category, Limu the Blue Sea Turtle by Arya N. Two cakes in the shape of turtles, one blue and a smaller green one. Winner for Healthiest category, Winnie the Pooh by Mallika P. '25. Winnie the Pooh made of cheese, holding balloons made of tomatoes. Winner of Best Food Eaten in a Book Category, cupcakes from The Land of Stories by Anaika W. and Raeva P. Cupcakes with small books made of fondant placed atop them. Winner of the People's Choice category was a tie between Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Zara M. and The School for Good and Evil by Naomi R. and Samantha K. Pictures of two cakes. Cake 1 is Charlie and the Chocolate Factory themed, with rainbow icing and a small chocolate bar with a golden ticket. Cake 2 is in the shape of two castles, one black and one white. Winner of the Technical Merit category is The Life Of Pie by Hannah R. Picture is of a pumpkin pie with an intricate tiger face on it made of chocolate. Best Simple Idea category winner is A Mango Shaped Space by Jillian A. Picture shows a mango fruit in a bowl. The bowl is decorated to look like outer space. Winner for Best Moral category is The Rose from Beauty and the Beast. Picture shows a rose made out of pink candy glass and green frosting. Winner for Funniest category is Harry Potter and the Deathly Mallows by Maya Del B. Picture shows a red tray of marshmallows decorated with Harry's lightning shaped scar.

Scroll through the slideshow to see all the entries!

The Sixth Annual Edible Book Festival

 

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The 6th Annual Edible Book Festival!

The 6th Annual Edible Book Festival!

This year’s Edible Book Festival will be on Monday, October 22nd from 3:30 to 6pm in the library! That’s a week and a half away, so start your planning now!

Smiling girl holding a stuffed cupcake.

All Casti community members are welcome to attend, submit an entry, and vote. This year we’ll also have a scavenger hunt, a food trivia contest, puzzles, boardgames, and a raffle with an AMAZING prize, modeled by Elizabeth L. on the right.

The rules:

  • Must be made out of edible components
  • Must either illustrate a concept from a book or be food that appears in a book.

As always, we will vote on entries for our prizes.

Prize categories are:

  • Best Moral
  • Healthiest
  • Funniest/Punniest
  • Best Food Eaten in a Book
  • Technical Mastery
  • Best Simple Idea
  • People’s Choice

Families or groups of students are welcome to collaborate on entries. They may be dropped off in the morning or just before school ends for the day. Please label all entries with creators’ first and last names, and bring in the book that inspired your creation, or a printout of the cover.

We can’t wait to see you all there!

Edible Book Festival Frequently Asked Questions:

When does the Edible Book Festival start?

The Edible Book Festival goes from 3:30pm to 6pm. However, many items will be on display starting Monday morning.

What if I cannot come in the afternoon? Can I still make an entry?

Yes. You do not have to be present at the after-school Festival to make an entry, you just have to be able to bring your entry into the library on Monday. We open a bit early to make it easier to drop entries off before school, and accept entries until 3:30.

Can I make something with my friend?

Yes, you can make an entry by yourself, with family, or with friends.

Can my family participate?

Yes. All family members are welcome to make entries together and all family members are welcome to join us at the Festival, from 3:30-6:00pm Monday afternoon.

Can I bring people from outside the school?

Family member are most welcome to join you!

When do I bring in the stuff?

The library will be open to accept entries beginning at 7:30am on Monday. Please come a bit early so that you have time to check in properly with us and still not be late to class. You are welcome to submit entries all day until 3:30.

Does everything in it have to be edible?

Yes, the whole entry should be edible. (Except the plate 😉 .)

Do I have to have a book to make an entry about it?

No. We would prefer that you bring the book, if you are able. However, we can use the library’s edition or print out the cover, if need be.

What if I have a sport?

You are still welcome to enter the competition, come in at break or lunch to view entries, and visit the library during Little C. If you get out of your sports before 6pm, please feel free to return to the library.

Can I win if I am not there?

Competition: If you enter the Edible Book Festival competition and your entry gets the most votes, you can win a coveted spatula.

Stuffy: For the raffle drawing to win the soft serve stuffy, you must be present to win.

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The Fifth Annual Edible Book Festival!

The Fifth Annual Edible Book Festival!

Edible Book Flyer with an illustration of an alligator about to eat a sandwich

Join the library on Monday, March 26th from 3:30 to 6:00pm to celebrate the 5th Annual Edible Book Festival!

All Casti community members are welcome to attend, submit an entry, and vote. This year we’ll also have a scavenger hunt, a food trivia contest, puzzles, boardgames, and a raffle with an AMAZING prize

The rules:

  • Must be made out of edible components
  • Must either illustrate a concept from a book or be food that appears in a book.

 

a picture of cupcakes with different smiley faces on themAs always, we will vote on entries for our prizes.

Prize categories are:

  • Most Shakespeare-licous
  • Healthiest
  • Funniest/Punniest
  • Best Food Eaten in a Book
  • Technical Mastery
  • Best Simple Idea
  • People’s Choice

 

a picture of a goldfish cracker on top of a broccoli crown, a pun on the book title Fish in a Tree

Families or groups of students are welcome to collaborate on entries. They may be dropped off in the morning or just before school ends for the day. Please label all entries with creators’ first and last names, andbring in the book that inspired your creation, or a printout of the cover.

We can’t wait to see you all there!

 

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Edible Book Festival Winners!

Edible Book Festival Winners!

The library celebrated the fourth annual Edible Book Festival on Monday, Mach 27th. A great time was had by all. Check out the slideshow below!

 

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Join Us For the Fourth Annual Edible Book Festival!

Join Us For the Fourth Annual Edible Book Festival!

Entries from the 2016 Edible Book Festival

On Monday March 27th, the library will celebrate its 4th annual Edible Book Festival! Everyone in the Casti community is welcome to join us from 3:30-6:00 for games and food. Everyone who comes can vote in our Edible Book competition. Please RSVP here!

Community members are invited to create entries for the competition.

Scones playing baseball, a pun on Game of ThronesThe rules:

  • Must be made out of edible components
  • Must either illustrate a concept from a book or be food that appears in a book.

Families or groups of students are welcome to collaborate on entries. They may be dropped off in the morning or just before school ends for the day. Please label all entries with creators’ first and last names, and bring in the book that inspired your creation, or a printout of the cover.

All attendees will get to vote to award prizes to their favoritea cake with a book shaped piece missing, a pun on The Book Thief entries…and then eat the creations!

Prize categories are:

  • Most Shakespeare-licous
  • Healthiest
  • Funniest/Punniest
  • Best Food Eaten in a Book
  • Technical Mastery
  • Best Simple Idea
  • People’s Choice

Whether you create an edible book, want to play games, do word-inspired art, or admire the creative work of our community (and groan over bad puns), we look forward to seeing you there! RSVP here!

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Edible Book Festival!

Edible Book Festival!

Yesterday was Castilleja Library’s Third Annual Edible Book Festival! We had a huge turnout and over seventy entries. There were games, a Horcrux Hunt, coloring stations, and of course, cake! The winners of the awards were…

areli

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secret garden

around the world

breadcrumbs

eveliena

naira

 

Click here to see all the photos of the event.

We hope to see you next year!

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