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Books with title Ice Cream

  • Ice Cream Soup

    Ann Ingalls

    Paperback (Penguin Young Readers, May 16, 2013)
    What happens when you try to make an ice cream cake, but add too much stuff? You end up with ice cream soup! This original Level 1 reader with rhyming text is perfect for beginning readers.
  • Ice Cream Floater

    Sara Bourgeois

    When Allegra Darling finds herself cursed by a black grimoire, she knows she’s in big trouble. Things get even worse when a body turns up in the pond where she’s trying to cleanse herself of the evil magic.Finding a dead body floating in a pond is not the way you want to start your day. Allegra recognizes the dead man, too, and she knows he was fighting with a local shop owner in the tavern the night before.But was that Knox Hills resident the killer? Who else wanted the man dead? And, can Allegra shake the dark energy that has her sleepwalking into ever more dangerous places?Allegra and friends have to solve the crime one spell at a time.Ice Cream Floater is book 2 in the An Allegra Darling Cozy Mystery series. It is a clean read suitable for all ages.
  • Ice-Cream Dreams

    Nickelodeon Publishing, Heather Martinez

    language (Nickelodeon Publishing, March 4, 2011)
    SpongeBob SquarePants has always dreamed of becoming the manager of the Krusty Krab. When Squidward gets the job instead, there is only one thing for SpongeBob to do-head to Goofy Goober's Party Boat and drown his sorrows in sundaes!
  • Scream for Ice Cream

    Carolyn Keene, Macky Pamintuan

    Paperback (Aladdin, June 1, 2006)
    How can a contest this sweet turn so sticky? Nancy and her friends think there is nothing more fun than ice cream in the summer. So when they find out that the owners of the local ice-cream factory are hosting a contest, the Clue Crew can't wait to enter! Contestants must come up with brand-new flavors. And they can use whatever ingredients they want! Nancy is sure that her entry -- Clue Berry -- will win! But when a friend's secret recipe goes missing, Nancy suspects that someone not-so-sweet is up to no good.
  • Ice Cream Summer

    Peter Sis

    Hardcover (Scholastic Press, May 26, 2015)
    *"Sís delivers an encomium to summer, to the power of learning, and to that beloved, creamy-cold treat." --Kirkus, starred reviewSavor summer anytime with this breezy, sweet and irresistible picture book from Hans Christian Anderson Award winner and three-time Caldecott Honoree Peter Sís!Dear Grandpa,Summer is going well. I am very busy. But don't worry, I am not forgetting about school! I read every day. I practice my math facts. And I am even studying world history!Peter Sís's delicious tongue-in-cheek vision of summer dishes up the whole scoop on everyone's favorite frozen treat, and proves that ice cream is every bit as enriching for the mind as it is for the taste buds. Readers everywhere will be begging for seconds and thirds!
  • Ice Cream

    R J Bailey

    Paperback (Jump! Inc., Jan. 1, 2017)
    In Ice Cream, early fluent readers learn about the process by which fresh cream is transformed into a delicious frozen treat. Vibrant, full-color photos and carefully leveled text engage young readers as they learn about this fascinating process.
  • Ice Cream Murder

    Leighann Dobbs

    When millionaire Regis Banks drops dead at his own party, everyone assumes it was from natural causes - after all, the man was celebrating his one-hundredth birthday.... Everyone except Lexy Baker’s amateur sleuth grandmother, Nans, and her three friends, that is. When it turns out that Regis’ death might have been caused by more than just old age, Nans refuses to let the trail grow cold - especially after a local reporter trying to get a scoop threatens to write an article blaming the death on Lexy.It doesn’t take long before Nans and Lexy are up to their eyeballs in suspects. And when those suspects start dropping like flies, Lexy and Nans have to step up their game before the killer claims their next victim.
  • Ice Cream Soup

    Ann Ingalls

    eBook (Penguin Young Readers, May 16, 2013)
    What happens when you try to make an ice cream cake, but add too much stuff? You end up with ice cream soup! This original Level 1 reader with rhyming text is perfect for beginning readers.
  • Ice cream bear

    Jez Alborough

    Paperback (Scholastic, March 15, 1998)
    Lazy Bear loves ice-cream. But when he falls asleep in his chair one snowy day, he gets a shock: his ice-cream cupboard is bare. He thinks his luck has turned when it starts to snow ice-cream, but the enormous snowball he makes goes out of control. And then he realizes it was all a dream!
  • Ice Cream

    Elisha Cooper

    Hardcover (HarperCollins, April 1, 2002)
    A picture book by the author of Dance! shows the process by which ice cream is made, from the milking machines, mixing tanks, and giant freezers, to satisfied stomachs of all ages.
  • Saffron Ice Cream

    Rashin Kheiriyeh

    eBook (Scholastic Inc., May 29, 2018)
    "With her colorful, exuberant folk-art illustrations and upbeat, friendly tone, Rashin makes a daunting cross-cultural leap seem as easy as a summer breeze." -- New York Times Book ReviewRashin is excited about her first visit to the beach in her family's new home. On the way there, she remembers what beach trips were like in Iran, the beautiful Caspian Sea, the Persian music, and most of all, the saffron ice cream she shared with her best friend, Azadeh. But there are wonderful things in this new place as well -- a subway train, exciting music... and maybe even a new friend!
  • Milk to Ice Cream

    Lisa M. Herrington

    Paperback (Children's Press, March 1, 2013)
    "How is ice cream made?"Through vivid photos and engaging text, this fun and fact-filled Rookie Read-About Science book answers the question, "How is ice cream made?" Milk to Ice Cream lets kids follow the exciting step-by-step process as milk goes from farm to factory where it becomes a cold, creamy treat.