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UCLA Library Edible Book Festival

By Katie Meyers

April 7, 2013 4:59 p.m.

UCLA librarian Lise Snyder made cookies based on the dresses found within "The Hundred Dresses" by Eleanor Estes.

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The audience was given the opportunity to help Snyder decorate the dresses for her submission. The submission ended up winning the Most Creative entry award.

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Wendi Morner, Director of Major Gifts for UCLA Library, made cupcakes based on the children's book, "Creepy Carrots!" by Aaron Reynolds.

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The cupcakes based on "Creepy Carrots!" were made with a simple single carrot design in the frosting.

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Cupcakes were made alongside a cake based on "The Enormous Crocodile" by Roald Dahl. The depiction won People's Choice Award Runner-up.

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Film graduate student Jessica DePrest made a cake based on "The Odyssey" by Homer.

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A cake based on "The Odyssey" by Homer depicts the travels and perils found within the epic.

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Tara Prescott, a lecturer in writing programs at UCLA, and Kevin Kawakami, an assistant resident director, made cupcakes based on the theme "50 Shades of Grey's Anatomy."

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Lauren Peikert made a cake based on the children's book "The Tale of Peter Rabbit" by Beatrix Potter.

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A cake based on "The Tale of Peter Rabbit" won Best Student Entry and the People's Choice Award.

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A cake and cupcakes based on "Winnie-the-Pooh" by A. A. Milne were made by English graduate student, Alethia Shih.

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Third-year psychobiology student Nisha Talati made an edible depiction of "How to Ride a Dragon's Storm", the seventh book in the "How to Train Your Dragon" series by Cressida Cowell.

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UCLA librarian Julia Glassman and her daughter Zelda sit near Glassman's edible depiction of "A Game of Thrones" by George R.R. Martin.

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Social welfare graduate student Lauren Stockly made a cake based on "Goodnight Moon" by Margaret Wise Brown.

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A cake based on "Goodnight Moon" depicted the cover of the children's book and its characters. The cake won Best Tasting at the festival on Friday.

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