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Edible Books Competition 2010
Year 4 Winner The Wind in the Willows Tanya 4L, Erica 4L and Anandita 4C
Year 4 Runner-up Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Jasmine 4L and Ritika 4L
Year 5 Winner Treasure Island Kyross 5H
Year 5 Runner-up Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Zil Shah 5C
Year 6 Winner Cat in the Hat Afreen 6L
Year 6 Runner-up Mr. Strong Sai Gayatri 6M
Year 4 Winner Tanya 4C
Year 4 Runner-up Jasmine 4A
Year 5 Winner Shanti 5G
Year 5 Runner-up Chloe 5G
Year 6 Winner Meagan Ho 6W
Year 6 Runner-up Ben Chan 6W
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