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From Milk to Ice Cream

3.6  ·  Rating Details ·  30 Ratings  ·  7 Reviews
How does milk turn into frosty ice cream? Follow each step in the food production cyclefrom milking a cow to eating a frozen treatin this fascinating book! Read all the Start to Finish titles and discover how one thing becomes another.
Unknown Binding, 24 pages
Published December 3rd 2005 by Lerner Publishing Group (first published June 2002)
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Nicole Jones
fun pictures, easy to read, easy to understand the process of making icecream commercially
Danielle Zuhlke
1.)Sweet and Sour Milk by Pam Williamson (April 16, 2013).
2.)The twin-text is a story about a dairy cow that used to give her farmer sweet milk. Then, the milk starts to turn sour when the farmer’s sons start to tip her down the hill. The story provides another example of how we get milk from cows, which relates to the book From Milk to Ice Cream. The idea that we get milk from cows might be difficult for young readers to understand, so providing more examples will help with comprehension.
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Karen Burt
Jun 01, 2013 Karen Burt rated it liked it
This was a good book to explain in simple terms how milk turns into ice cream. The illustrations help kids understand how the process of making ice cream happens. I like the glossary in the back of the book but I checked out the website that the book lists in the back to download free complimentary educational resources and all they wanted to do was sell me the book. I think the website idea is good if students can learn more about the process. I was disappointed about the website because I ...more
Samantha
Jul 08, 2014 Samantha rated it it was ok
In simple language and photos the process of making ice cream is explained.

Most of the process involves a big machine of some sort which really isn't that interesting to look at or read about, but the process is here should curious youngsters want to understand the origins of their icy treat.
Cassie
I'm not too impressed with this book. It's definitely meant for younger kids. I was going to use this book for my Winter Reading Program, but now I'm not going to.
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Shelves: nonfiction
Website has intresting resources
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My child and I both like the show Unwrapped this was like that but in book form.
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