Edible Book Festival

From Peter Rabbit to Harry Potter, famous characters in books were on display during the Edible Book Festival at Shannon High and Middle Schools. Students, teachers and staff take a favorite book and use the characters and storylines to create related food entries for the festival.
The student library clubs at both schools sponsor this annual event. Prizes go to the top entries, thanks to generous donations from area businesses. Organizers say this is a fun way to get more people excited about reading!
Here are the winners:
Middle School:
Most Creative - Tale of Peter Rabbit by Riley Elliot
Healthiest - The Day the Crayons Quit by Leah Jackson and Christen Rupert
Funniest - Stephen King's It by Caroline Reis and Raleigh Estes
People's Choice - Green Eggs and Ham by Noah Westmoreland
Honorable Mentions - Rainbow Fish by Emily Sheffield and Kaitlynn Davis; Oh, the Places You Go by Kara Best and Mary Kelly
High School:
Most Creative - Jaws by Brianna Gills
Healthiest - Dreaming in Turtle by Katelyn Grubbs
Funniest - Alice in Wonderland by Jennifer Patterson and Lauren McElwain
People's Choice - The Three Little Pigs by Ella Shamblin, Z'Mon Clay and Isaac Smith
Honorable Mentions - Goodnight Moon by Olivia King; Monster Trucks by Dakota David, Annagrace Pearson and Maddie Pearson; Peter Rabbit by Taylor Holcomb
Most Creative - Amazing Spiderman by Graysen Wood
Healthiest - Very Hungry Caterpillar by Kathy Pippin
Funniest - Silence of the Yams by Amanda Galvan
People's Choice - Remina by Jennifer King
Honorable Mentions - Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince by Emily Beck; Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by Jason Ohler
Mrs. Poindexter also had a cookie decorating contest for the middle school art classes - the winner of that contest is Nakinley Hunt for The Giving Tree.
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