Cool Reads

You've spent your day hanging out in the nice, cool library. Then you head to the movies just for the A/C. There are so many fans blasting in your bedroom that you may have created an entirely new weather system.

Sound familiar?

There's nothing like an icy treat in this weather. Let our books help you chill out!

ice pop joy.jpg Ice pop joy : organic, healthy, fresh, delicious by Anni Daulter
These recipes are made without added sugar, and range from kid-friendly yogurt pops to grown-up treats like herbal tea pops and more.

ultimate ice cream.jpg The ultimate ice cream book : over 500 ice creams, sorbets, granitas, drinks, and more by Bruce Weinstein
The title pretty much says it all. Yum!

paletas.jpg Paletas : authentic recipes for Mexican ice pops, shaved ice, & aguas frescas by Fany Gerson
Does your mouth water when you hear the bells of the New Paleteria Leon ice cream truck go by? Now you can make your own Mexican summer specialties!

should i share my ice cream.jpg Should I share my ice cream? by Mo Willems
Even adults will get a laugh out of Mo Willem's delicious little story about sharing and the power of friendship.

On a diet? Stay cool with a book about the history of ice cream.

Submitted by Audrey @ Forest Home

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