ICE CREAM FOR BREAKFAST by Myra Berry Brown

ICE CREAM FOR BREAKFAST

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A rather cloying story (with a flavor of the Dick and Jane approach) that has Mother breakfasting in bed on Mother's Day. When Fluff the cat knocks over the cream, Paul and Jenny substitute ice cream to ride next to the instant juice, instant waffles and instant coffee on the tray that they have prepared. There are black and white drawings surrounding each small snatch of text per page that are adequate. Altogether in ""instant cute"" idea.

Pub Date: April 15th, 1963
Publisher: Watts