Our fourth annual Edible Book Festival, held this past Saturday, was a success! All of the entries were creative and delicious. Thanks to the Friends of the Library of Rutherford for organizing this event. A thank you also goes to our judges, who volunteered their time and their expertise. Our judges were: Chris Cason, Renee Faris, Cici Nunez, Olga Ospina, and Janis Borroto.

And now for the winners!

In the “Punniest” category, Ida Borroto won for her creation, “The Crepes of Wrath.” The runner-up for this award was Adian Allshouse’s “Prince Caspian.” The Best Depiction award went to Mia Olivo’s take on “Please Mr. Panda,” and the runner-up was Megan Krainski’s version of “Charlotte’s Web.” The Most Creative award was given to Shruti Goel for her depiction of “Teletubbies Bubbles,” complete with real bubbles made of sugar! The runner-up for Most Creative went to Jennifer Ersalesi and Katie Pippen’s take on “Winnie-the-Pooh.” See below for all the delicious photos from this event!


Delicious Fun Was Had at the Edible Book Festival