Our 17th year of participation in the International Edible Books Festival was Saturday, April 4th, 2020. It was our first ever Virtual Edible Books Festival! Fifteen different entries kept us entertained from cozy safety inside our homes. Thanks to everyone who participated, especially given the new technological hurdles we had to jump! We can't wait 'til next year, when we can all eat the beautiful books.

Robertson Entry

Le Cirque des RĂªves by Isabel Robertson, Winner, Best in Show

Schill Cake (1)

"Happee Birthdae Harry!" by Meghan Schill, Winner, Most Appetizing

Game of Scones

Game of Scones by Jared Bartley, Winner, Best Pun

Epstein Entry

Pancake Pamphlet by Gene Epstein, Winner, Best Binding

Queen Entry

James and the Giant Peach by Miriam Queen, Winner, Most Literary

Albert Entry

Desk Eighty-Ate by Amie Albert, Winner, Honorable Mention

Wright Entry

How I Spent My Self-Isolation by Julia Wright, Winner, Honorable Mention, youth entry

Bartley Entry

There's a Hair in My Dirt! by Ryan and Sam Bartley, youth entry

Angus Entry

The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Shannon Angus

Williamson Entry

When Life Gives You Lulu Lemon Fat Bombs by Gayle Williamson

In the Quarantine Kitchen by Rachel Krislov

Schill Entry 2

In the Peach Orchard - The Killer Angels Food Cake by Meghan Schill

Angus Entry 2

Breakfast of Champions by Lorraine Angus

Winslow Entry

The Dragon's Eye by Lorelei Winslow, youth entry

Strong Entry

Green Eggs and Ham by Ellie Strong