Dragons Love Tacos - book cover
Fairy Tales, Folk Tales & Myths
  • Publisher : Dial Books; Illustrated edition
  • Published : 14 Jun 2012
  • Pages : 40
  • ISBN-10 : 0803736800
  • ISBN-13 : 9780803736801
  • Language : English

Dragons Love Tacos

A #1 New York Times bestselling phenomenon, this deliciously funny read-aloud is an unforgettable tale of new friends and the perfect snack that will make you laugh until spicy salsa comes out of your nose.

Dragons love tacos. They love chicken tacos, beef tacos, great big tacos, and teeny tiny tacos. So if you want to lure a bunch of dragons to your party, you should definitely serve tacos. Buckets and buckets of tacos. Unfortunately, where there are tacos, there is also salsa. And if a dragon accidentally eats spicy salsa . . . oh, boy. You're in red-hot trouble.

This makes the perfect gift for any special occasion, from award-winning team of Adam Rubin and Daniel Salmieri who created Dragons Love Tacos 2: The Sequel, El Chupacabras, High Five, Robo-Sauce, and Secret Pizza Party.

Editorial Reviews

"Rubin and Salmieri, the team behind the equally hilarious "Those Darn Squirrels!," bring their kooky sensibility to this irresistible story about what can go wrong at a taco party for dragons... The dragons may screw up the party, but this book gets everything right." -The New York Times

Readers Top Reviews

This book was awesome. We all laughed and loved it. Of course it is not a book you can read everyday because you know what happens but we do read it every 2 weeks and it is still fun. I recommend everyone read it to your kid at least once because it is very funny.
Oh my days, what an absolute shocker of a purchase this was. I think this is the worst children’s book I have ever purchased. And I write this review as a father of four. There is no story here. It’s utter nonsense. If it was humorous I could have overlooked the poor writing, un-engaging content and lack of character development but it is just nonsense from start to finish. My kids were so bored with this they had pretty much all wandered off before I even got to the end. At first I thought perhaps this is a cultural divide with it being more engaging for a US audience (where the authors are from) - it was a bit of a stretch but I felt I had to come up with some sort of excuse for this soon-to-be toilet paper, but then I read the international reviews and it blew that theory out the water. Terrible on all continents. Absolute waste of money.

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