BOOK REVIEWS

Ice Cream Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-10-11 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 3 user ratings
ISBN:0060014237
LANGUAGE:English

" Extremely detailed look at every step of ice cream production from the cow to the store. Extremely. Didn't want to know that a teat is so warm that the milk comes out steaming? Too bad. " said.

" A really interesting book about how ice cream is made " said.

" I felt sorry for the cows, but I appreciated how detailed this book is. It was like watching How It's Made on the Science Channel. Also, children need to know where their food comes from, even if it makes them and/or us uncomfortable. " said.

" A detailed process of how ice cream is made starting and ending with the all important cows. I liked the way not a single small step was skipped over and I was surprised to learn about the taste-tester and her valuable tongue!The text moves around the pages a bit making this a difficult book for sharing aloud with an audience, but the writing is perfect for kids: not too full of jargon and makes use of what they already know.Watercolor and pencil artwork. PreK-2+. " said.

" This book goes through the process of making ice cream. When I think of ice cream I think of visiting the Ben & Jerry's factory and how fun it was. You were learning about the process and having fun at the same time.This book you really didn't connect with. All the people and animals are a blur. The only thing that is in focus is the label on the ice cream container. I think Ben & Jerry's should redo this book an make it fun. " said.

"The problem is that this book assumes that ice cream only exists as the mass-produced store-bought commercial product. OK, I understand the industrial scale milk production section, but emulsifiers? Yuck. And thank God the factory has a sign that says "No Spitting." Wouldn't it be nicer if kids learned that ice cream is something that they can make at home, using ingredients like cream, milk, eggs, cocoa, vanilla, sugar, and salt? They could even do that recipe where you roll a can back and forth. " said.

" I read this nonfiction book on ice cream in my storytime today in honor of National Ice Cream Month. It was a super fun read with lots of random facts about cows and ice cream packed it. I was afraid it would be too long, but the kids paid attention very well. " said.

" Extremely detailed look at every step of ice cream production from the cow to the store. Extremely. Didn't want to know that a teat is so warm that the milk comes out steaming? Too bad. " said.

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