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Thank You To All–Another Successful Edible Book Festival!

Credits: Eva S., Anna P., Robin S. '19; Sarah R. '21; Margot B. '21, Caroline H.  '18

Credits: Eva S., Anna P., Robin S. ’19; Sarah R. ’21; Margot B. ’21, Caroline H. ’18

Yesterday, Casti celebrated our 2nd annual Edible Book Festival. We played literary games, decorated cupcakes, and viewed (and then ate) many very edible books!

Without a doubt, however, the highlight of the afternoon was viewing the Edible Book Contest entries and voting for favorites. The almost sixty creations submitted made it difficult to chose, but in the end all the ballots were submitted and counted.

Congratulations to the winning entries, selected by popular vote:

Funniest/Punniest

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“Harry Squatter and the Chamber Pot of Secrets” by Linnea L., Mackenzie F., and Laura-Ann M. ’21

Best Food Eaten in a Book

"Canary Creams" by Lauren B.-R. '20

“Canary Creams” by Lauren B.-R. ’20

Technical Mastery

"Romeo and Juliet" by Riona Y. '19

“Romeo and Juliet” by Riona Y. ’19

Healthiest

“Where the Wild Greens Grow” by the Casti Middle School Gardening Elective

Best Simple Idea

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“A Mango Shaped Space” by Kendall T. ’21

Most Original

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“Eat Me, Drink Me” by Margot B. ’21

People’s Choice

"The Fault in Our Cake" by Kelly Y. and Honor P. '21

“A Fault in Our Cake” by Kelly Y. and Honor P. ’21

And the special add-on category: Most Othello-licious

"Othello" by Jessa M. '18

“Othello” by Jessa M. ’18

A huge thank you to all our wonderful parent volunteers, and to our planning committee, all of whom made this event possible! Our committee this year: Honor P. ’21, Mabelle P. ’20, Sam N.-L. ’19, Arushi G. ’18, Molly L. ’16, and winner of Best Committee Chair, Jessa M. ’18! Also, we want to express our gratitude to the Food Service and Maintenance teams, who offered us such amazing support.

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