Milk to Ice Cream by Lisa M. Herrington, Paperback | Barnes & Noble
Milk to Ice Cream

Milk to Ice Cream

by Lisa M. Herrington

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Children's Literature - Zella Cunningham
From the "Rookie Read-About Science" series, this book has pictures and words that are geared to the comprehension level of an early reader. The four-chapter table of contents leads the reader through the process of ice cream making. The index and a glossary are among the text features included, which makes this volume a good example of an information source. Beginning reader sight words are plentiful and the remaining words can be sounded out to make reading pleasurable for the young reader. Fun Facts are aptly named. Sprinkled on every page are interesting tidbits about the other foods that are made from milk and which country eats the most ice cream, for example. While the words describe the process, the pictures hint at, rather than show, the detailed steps that would hold the attention of a six to ten year old reader. There are many pictures of the machines and even a one page step by step how-to section in the back of the book, but an early reader would still have difficulty associating the machines with ice cream. Reviewer: Zella Cunningham

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Children's Press
Publication date:
Rookie Read-About Science
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Product dimensions:
5.80(w) x 6.20(h) x 0.40(d)
Age Range:
3 - 6 Years

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