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|Ice Cream Dreams|
|Publish Date:|| October 31, 2004 (Original)|
March 4, 2011 (Kindle)
|List of books|
Ice Cream Dreams is a SpongeBob SquarePants book by Nancy Krulik and illustrated by Heather Martinez. It was published by Simon Spotlight/Nickelodeon on September 21, 2004. It is available in the United States and is in English. It also has 24 pages. It is based on the first movie scene where SpongeBob and Patrick go to Goofy Goober's Ice Cream Party Boat. It was reprinted on Kindle on March 4, 2011.
The book is 1 of 5 books about The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie. It starts off as SpongeBob tearing off his calendar & it says it's the grand opening of the Krusty Krab 2. Then, he says that he has been employee of the month 374 times in a row. It has him getting ready, then him heading to work. Then, he goes up on stage when Squidward got manager & he thought he did. When he finds out he didn't get the job, he walks away sadly to Goofy Goober's Ice Cream Party Boat. Then, Patrick orders the Triple Gooberberry Sunrise, then SpongeBob says, "I guess I could use one of them". When he gets his & they eat it, they keep asking for another & they keep saying "WAITER!" Then, they go up on stage & sing with the peanut, but then pass out. He wakes up and goes to work in a bad mood. King Neptune is already at there and then he goes to get his crown.
The cover shows SpongeBob and Patrick wearing Goofy Goober hats and about to eat ice cream. The cover also shows the name of the book in pink and the movie logo on the top left. However, the movie's logo is replaced by the logo of the series in the reprint version.
- This book features the rejected line "double fudge spinny."
- Perch Perkins is mistakenly colored green in this book.
- This book was released three years after the premiere of "Sailor Mouth" and "Artist Unknown."