Ice cream is a favorite food of nearly all of us, from a baby to a grandparent, so a storytime focusing on ice cream is sure to be a winner! July is National Ice Cream month, so you can hold the event in the summer, but ice cream is good anytime! For ice cream crafts go here. To really make it a party, serve ice cream!
Henkes, Kevin. WEMBERLY’S ICE-CREAM STAR. In this charming board book, Wemberly mouse worries she will drip ice cream on her dress.
Mahy, Margaret. SIMPLY DELICIOUS! Father must outwit various animals while walking through the jungle, taking an ice cream cone home to his son.
Metzger, Steve. THE ICE CREAM KING. Teddy visits a new ice cream shop, where he can eat as much as he likes.
Pinkwater, Daniel. ICE CREAM LARRY. Larry the polar bear becomes the spokesbear for an ice cream company.
Rey, Margret. CURIOUS GEORGE GOES TO AN ICE CREAM SHOP. The mischievous monkey makes a mess at the ice cream shop, but attracts customers by making a giant sundae in the shop window.
Rey Margret. CURIOUS GEORGE AND THE ICE CREAM SURPRISE. Curious George keeps missing the ice cream truck as it drives by, until he finds a solution to this problem.
Santoro, Scott. ISAAC THE ICE CREAM TRUCK. Isaac doesn’t feel as important as the other trucks, until he brings refreshing ice cream to the tired firefighters.
Shaw, Charles. IT LOOKED LIKE SPILT MILK. On one page, the white splot looks like an ice cream cone, in this call and response classic.
Willems, Mo. SHOULD I SHARE MY ICE CREAM? Gerald the Elephant takes a long time to decide if he should share his ice cream with Piggie.