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The great ice-cream crime
Originally published, London, Andersen, 1981.
|Statement||Hazel Townson ; illustrated by Philippe Dupasquier.|
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This book traces the history of ice cream from its roots to today. It features the early street vendors that sold ice cream including the Good Humor Man, and Eskimo Pie.
It has the history of soda fountains and soda jerks. And it also has the lingo that soda jerks used, a dictionary of sorts, Cited by: 2. Apparently, some of the early facts in this book are totally bogus, but it's still a fun read.
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The Great Cream Robbery, join Merryn the Cat as she attempts to safeguard the cream from the clutches of the cunning cows – this charming book is a fun-filled, beautifully written and illustrated moral tale that’s just the thing to read to the children at bedtime.
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25 PARTY MONSTER by James St. James. Simon & Schuster. Originally titled Disco Bloodbath, this is a true account of a murder within a particular subculture: the Missing: ice-cream.Another excellent source of reading on the history and folklore of ice cream is by Paul Dickson, The Great American Ice Cream Book.
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