5 edition of What was it before it was ice cream? found in the catalog.
What was it before it was ice cream?
Colleen L. Reece
Describes the ingredients that go into ice cream and describes how it is made.
|Statement||by Colleen Reece and Jane Buerger ; illustrated by Lois Axeman.|
|Series||Let"s find out book|
|Contributions||Buerger, Jane, 1922-, Axeman, Lois, ill.|
|LC Classifications||TX795 .R44 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||30 p. :|
|Number of Pages||30|
|LC Control Number||85013262|
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The melting ice absorbs heat from the bag of ice cream allowing us to quickly freeze our delicious treat.
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