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Ice Cream Soup by Ann Ingalls | Penguin Random House Canada
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Silly fun about two best friends with big personalities. It is hilarious! Kids are going to love this delightful, humorous collection of stories about an adorable monkey who solves mysteries. Predictable text helps new readers know what to expect next in the story. Oh, and you know what else kids will love? Besides the stories? Kids like reading big books for street cred, right?
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Penguin Young Readers 1 - Ice Cream Soup
Each page is like a cartoon with easy-to-read words and easy sentences using those words. Fantastic illustrations.
Bear with plates. Bear on skates. And sheep. And mice. Well, you get the picture. Ice Cream Soup by Ann Ingalls A little boy makes an ice cream cake that turns into soup because of everything he adds.
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