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Ice cream & dinosaurs —Litwin, Eric, author.

Groovy Joe is a fun-loving dog with a tub full of ice cream--which he shares with his unexpected dinosaur guests.

Ice cream summer —Sís, Peter, 1949- author.

A little boy writes a letter to his grandfather about all the reading and studying he is doing this summer--but all his activities revolve around ice cream.

Curious George and the ice cream surprise —Perez, Monica.

George is looking for a way to beat the summer heat. Swimming, running through sprinklers, a glass of lemonade--none is able to help George cool off! What George really wants is a sweet, cold treat from the ice cream t...

Ice cream —Cooper, Elisha.

A step-by-step exploration of how ice cream is made, beginning with the healthy foods cows eat to produce good milk, and ending with a carton of frozen treat.

An Elephant & Piggie biggie! Volume 3 —Willems, Mo, author, illustrator.

A bind-up of five Elephant & Piggie adventures to spark early-readers' imaginations.

Ice cream & dinosaurs —Litwin, Eric, author, narrator.
Book + Audio
2016
Availability: 1 of 2

Groovy Joe is a fun-loving dog with a tub full of ice cream--which he shares with his unexpected dinosaur guests.

The giant ice cream mess —Kügler, Tina, author, illustrator.

Competitive fox siblings Fritz and Franny both love ice cream but when Mr. Bear's ice cream truck stops on their street, they spend so much time trying to outdo each other imagining multiple flavors and toppings (while a...

Ice cream soup —Ingalls, Ann, author.

"Look at what I can make, I can make an ice cream cake! One scoop, two scoops, ice cream goop. I think I made some ice cream soup!"--Page [4] of cover.

Ice cream & dinosaurs —Litwin, Eric, author, narrator.
Book + CD
2016
Availability: 0 of 1

Groovy Joe is a fun-loving dog with a tub full of ice cream--which he shares with his unexpected dinosaur guests.

Should I share my ice cream? —Willems, Mo, author.

Gerald the elephant has a big decision to make, but will he make it in time?

The case of the sundae surprise —Metz, Melinda.

Mary-Kate and Ashley invent a new ice cream flavor for a contest at the ice cream store but somebody steals their top secret recipe.

Stick Dog dreams of ice cream —Watson, Tom, 1965-

Stick Dog and his feral friends are looking for relief on a very hot day--and this time they have their eyes on a ice cream truck.

The ice cream caper —Korté, Steven, author.

"Batman and his crime-fighting dog detective, Ace, investigate a robbery at the Gotham City Zoo. Will the caped crusader and the Bat-Dog find out who is behind the ice cream caper?" -- Provided by publisher.

Margret & H. A. Rey's Curious George and the ice cream surprise —Perez, Monica.

George is looking for a way to beat the summer heat. Swimming, running through sprinklers, a glass of lemonade--none is able to help George cool off! What George really wants is a sweet, cold treat from the ice cream t...

Ice cream shop (Steve and Wessley) —Morris, J. E. (Jennifer E.)

"Ice cream is cold and sweet. And Steve wants some really badly. But her may need Wessley's help to get his favorite treat!" --P. [4] of cover.

Ice-cream dreams —Krulik, Nancy E.

SpongeBob has always dreamed of becoming the manager of the Krusty Krab, but when Squidward gets the job instead, he drowns his sorrows in ice cream.

Scream for ice cream —Keene, Carolyn.

A recipe goes missing shortly before contestants gather for an ice cream tasting contest.

The ice cream king —Metzger, Steve.

When Teddy visits a new ice cream shop and puts a paper crown on his head, he enters a magical kingdom where he can eat all the ice cream he wants.

Wemberly's ice-cream star —Henkes, Kevin.

A mouse named Wemberly, who worries about everything, finds that patience, just like a frosty treat, will go a long way.

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