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The Little Engine That Did

The prize for "Best Student Entry" in the 2009 Edible Book Festival at Duke went to Bernadette O'Reilly and Hannah Reynolds for their culinary interpretation of the classic children's book, The Little Engine That Could. The Little Engine also received the most votes across all judging categories.  The Edible Book Festival is sponsored annually by the Duke Libraries' Preservation Department in conjunction with the international festival, which is celebrated every year on or about 1 April.  Other Duke winners yesterday included:

Most Edible:  "Night" by Judy Bailey

Least Edible: "Brief History of Thyme" by Bridget Booher

Best Book Structure: "Vellum Bindings" by Meg Brown

Punniest: "War in Peas" by Amy Turner

Favorite Overall Entry: "Very Hungry Catepillar" by Sarah Hodkinson

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Posted 2 April 2009

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