My posts are loosely based on emotions/mental drama and anguish while introducing you to some books bearing the same or closely related titles/themes.
I is for Ice Cream
I love ice cream. It may not be an emotion, but it certainly brings about a lot of emotions like happiness, giggles, satisfaction. You get the picture! The sound of the words bring a smile to my face. I love the silky smoothness and the cold as it tickles my tongue.
I love the flavors. So many flavors. Chocolate. Yum!
Strawberry Cheesecake!! OMG!! Yum!!!
On a hot day nothing is better than a cone with 3 giant scoops of ice cream. I love ice cream so much until I will eat it and not food!
It is part of the food groups, isn't it? It just has to meet some dietary requirement!
Who cares! I scream! I love it! Ice cream!!
Ice Cream on the Bookshelf
What do "I Scream!" and "Ice Cream!" have in common? Nothing—besides the fact that they sound the same! The ever-surprising Amy Krouse Rosenthal unleashes her prolific wit in this silly and smart book of wordplay. Perfectly complemented by equally clever illustrations from the talented and internationally renowned Serge Bloch, this mind-bending book will have young readers thinking about words in an entirely new way!Barnes and Noble.
How did it get to be so scrumptious? Best-selling author/illustrator Gail Gibbons dishes out the latest scoop on ice cream production. Ice cream has come a long way from its humble beginnings as a mixture of snow, milk, and rice. Gail Gibbons details the many firsts in ice cream history, from the earliest ice cream crank to the original waffle cone. Children's mouths will be watering as they follow ice cream's journey from farm to factory to freezer.