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Two Scoops Please

Julie Hauser

We all know how quickly we can tackle one of those delicious Klein’s ice cream bars or ice pops, but how long does it take to create them? We spoke to Mr. Ari Klein, one of four grandsons now employed by the company, to find out.

 

Sweet and Sour Summer

Rachel Stein

Cool off with Creamy Delights! The bold, colorful words were splashed across a large sign displaying assorted flavors of ice cream cones. Tehilla and Talya, neighbors and good friends, came up with the idea of selling ice cream to make a little pocket money.

 

Ahuva Bear Stops Biting

Yael Mermelstein

The title of this story is so misleading. I mean, it makes me sound like a dog or something. I don’t go around biting other people! I’m not a baby! Or a dog for that matter. But I do have a little secret. I’m going to write it very small so nobody else can see it. I bite my nails.



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