Best Children's Books About Ice cream

3 Children's Books About Ice cream

Updated Jan. 19, 2019
Nom Nom: Colors book
#1
Nom Nom: Colors
Written and illustrated by Forrest Everett
board book
Recommend Ages: 2-4

Nom Nom Colors gives young minds food for thought— literally! Kids who love Shopkins and Num Noms will enjoy learning their colors with the help and encouragement of adorable ice cream characters found throughout. Even the book feels like food packaging with an acetate window on the front cover hinting at the delicious contents inside. It’s food. It’s education. It’s cute. It’s Nom Nom Knowledge!

Too Many Toppings! book
#2
Too Many Toppings!
Written by Coco Simon
chapter book
Recommend Ages: 8-12

Sierra learns to balance all of her responsibilities in this sixth delicious book in the Sprinkle Sundays series from the author of the Cupcake Diaries series! Sierra thinks she has everything under control—she loves staying busy. But between working in the ice cream shop, after-school sports, and now being asked to be the lead singer in a band—has Sierra taken on more than she can handle? What’s a girl who wants to have it all to do?

Sprinkles Before Sweethearts book
#3
Sprinkles Before Sweethearts
Written by Coco Simon
chapter book
Recommend Ages: 8-12

Tamiko, Allie, and Sierra focus on ice cream rather than crushes in this fifth delicious book in the Sprinkle Sundays series from the author of the Cupcake Diaries series! It feels like everyone around Tamiko is crazy in love, and it’s driving her crazy! Thankfully, Allie and Sierra would rather brainstorm new ice cream flavors than squeal over a crush. But there’s a small voice inside Tamiko that keeps wondering: is there something wrong with her if she’s more interested in sprinkles than sweethearts?

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