Winners of today’s Edible Book competition


The tiger who came to tea by Judith Kerr

Runner up for Best Interpretation – Lorna Smith


Hamlet by William Shakespeare

Winner in the Funniest category and  the Most Imaginative category – Murray McGuigan.



Charlotte’s Web by E.B White

Winner of the Most Delectable category – Diana Law


The grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck

Runner up in the Most Imaginative category – Hugh Wall


The color purple by Alice Walker

Winner of the Best of the Best and Best Interpretation – Joyce Price



I was told there’d be cake by Sloane Crosley

Runner up in the Funniest category – Jenny Pope.


Chocolate wars by Deborah Cadbury

Winner of People’s Choice award and runner up in the Most Delectable category – Bill Bryce.

Many thanks to our judges:

Joe Bennett

Kate Fraser

Judith Brown – Director of Education and Applied Research

Dennis Taylor – Manager of CPIT School of Food and Hospitality

Many thanks to our sponsors:

Meadow Mushrooms

Southern Hospitality

Visions on Campus

Academy Books

Many thanks also to all of you who supported by voting, viewing, entering the competition and eating the delicious entries.

More highlights

View on our Facebook page in the Edible Books Competition 2014 album.


Author: Tina - Knowledge Advisor

Knowledge Advisor Learning Resources Ara Whakapiki Ako (AWA) Centre for Educational Advancement Ara Institute of Canterbury Ltd

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