Every year, around April 1, libraries and community groups around the world celebrate Edible Book Day. The main feature of the celebration is usually a lighthearted competition in which contestants use mostly edible materials to evoke popular books.
Contestants approach this tasty task in a variety of ways. There are the more straightforward (though often gorgeous) ones, which recreate the physical form of the books themselves:
Then there are some that take a somewhat more roundabout path, combining themes and tropes in fun, edible ways:
And then there are the puns. Oh, the puns! This seems to be most popular approach. The results? Often delightful, if also a little bit groan-worthy:
So which one is your favorite?
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