The Little Book About Ice Cream : Frozen to Perfection

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Kids love it, adults love it - is it any wonder that ice cream is the world's most popular dessert? Whatever the season and whatever the occasion, this cold and creamy treat is simple, refreshing and tastes so good!

Of course, there's a lot more to ice cream than vanilla, strawberry or chocolate.

Walk into any ice cream parlour today, and you'll be confronted by a plethora of unique and unexpected flavours. The Little Book About Ice Cream is a joyful celebration of this frozen dessert in all its glory. Alongside fascinating facts about the origins of ice cream and how it's manufactured, this little book serves up fabulous scoops of entertaining trivia, amusing quotes and a sprinkling of wisdom. It all adds up to a mouth-watering delight.

'When I'm no longer rapping, I want to open up an ice cream parlor and call myself Scoop Dogg.' - Snoop Dogg

Continental Europe was introduced to ice cream in the late 13th century when Marco Polo returned to Italy from China.

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