The Ice-cream Machine

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Macmillan Children's, 2004 - Children's stories - 86 pages

Wayne and Wendy’s parents are always coming up with crazy business schemes. Having unsuccessfully tried their hand at goat farming they’ve now bought a bashed up old ice-cream van called Macaroni, and are ready to take to the road selling their extraordinary ice-cream. There’s Marshmallow Squidge, Chocwobble, and Cheesy Peasmint – no ordinary flavours are allowed on board! Wayne and Wendy, and their mischievous pet goat Gina, are soon having great fun with Macaroni - who turns out to be a very unusual, rather magical ice-cream van!

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About the author (2004)

Julie Bertagna has had remarkable success in her short writing career. She won a Scottish Arts Council bursary for her first novel THE SPARK GAP. SOUNDTRACK won the SAC’s Children’s Book Award. DOLPHIN BOY was shortlisted for the NASEN and Blue Peter Awards. EXODUS, the launch title for Young Picador and her first novel for Macmillan, was shortlisted for the Whitbread Children’s Book of the Year.

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