Photos of the 2019 Edible Book Competition entries

Ara Library are proud to present the 2019 Edible Book Competion in the Atrium at City Campus from 10 am this morning.

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We have had a wide and eclectic mix of entries this year, with over 35 entries from various Ara staff and students who are taking part.

Come down and have look at the entries and while there vote for the peoples choice winner. Once the judging has been completed around 12.30 we will be eating the entries so come along for your daily slice of cake.

We hope to see you there.

 

Entries in the 2019 Ara Edible Book contest
Entries in the 2019 Ara Edible Book Competition on display in the Atrium

 

 

Oi Frog
Oi Frog, Kes Grey and Jim Field
A box of delights, John Masefield
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A thousand splendid suns, Khaled Housseini
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The little yellow digger, Betty and Alan Gilderdale
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The message for the last days, K J Soze
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Holes, Louis Sachar
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Star of the north, D.B. John
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The case of the dancing sandwiches,

 

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A cup of light, Nicole Mones

 

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A little life, Hanya Yanagihara

 

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The complete book of flower fairies, Cicely M Baker
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The particular sadness of lemon cake, Aimee Bender
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Oranges are not the only fruit, Jeannette Winterson
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The house at Pooh corner, A.A. Milne
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Moonwalking with Einstein, Joshua Foer
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Bounty, Micheal Byrnes
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A clockwork orange, Anthony Burgess
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The lovely bones, Amelia Sebold
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Tea-Bag, Henning Mankell
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The contemporary buttercream bible, Valerie Valeriano and Christine Ong
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Green eggs and ham, Dr Seuss
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The woman in white, Wilkie Collins
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Bread and roses too, Katherine Patterson
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He ika nui (A big fish), Hannah Rainforth
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Chocolate kisses, Judith Arnold

Author: jonmoake1968

Senior Library Assistant at Ara Institute of Canterbury.

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