The Gordon Avenue Library in Charlottesville is giving awards Tuesday evening to the winners of its third annual Peepapalooza contest.
Participants had to use Peeps - marshmallow treats shaped like bunnies and baby chicks - to create a specific scene.
Librarian Glynis Welte judged this year's 26 entries.
"This is the ending of a month-long event where we ask people to make a diorama using the candy Peeps to represent a favorite book," Welte said.
Each participant will receive a gold Peep statue, a button and a certificate.
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