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Dragons Love Tacos by Adam Rubin (unknown Edition) [Paperback(2012)] - Adam Rubin
Dragons Love Tacos by Adam Rubin (unknown Edition) [Paperback(2012)]
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Format: Paperback
ASIN: B00BR9S0RS
Publisher: Scholastic
Edition language: English
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My Never Ending List
My Never Ending List rated it
4.0 Dragons Love Tacos
Yes, dragons love tacos, so serve them lots of tacos but do not serve them spicy salsa. Serve them chicken tacos, meat tacos, small tacos, big tacos, tacos in buckets, tacos in sacks, hey better yet…..why don’t you host a taco party and have lots of tacos and lots of dragons come over. But do dragon...
Confuzzled Books
Confuzzled Books rated it
2.0 Dragons Are Simpletons
A young boy who likes dragons finds out that dragons love to eat tacos but not spicy ones, with a good reason. The illustration by artist Daniel Salmieri is whimsical and fun to look at. The story is a little silly which some children could really love. Honestly I thought it a little too silly for m...
Madison's Book Blog
Madison's Book Blog rated it
5.0 Dragons love Tacos
Written by: Adam Rubin Illustrated by: Daniel Salmieri This book made me laugh out loud from beginning to end. It is about all the different kinds of tacos that dragons like. This is especially important information for those who are hosting their very first party for dragons. But beware: they h...
Reading For The Heck Of It
Reading For The Heck Of It rated it
5.0 Silly picture books tell children that reading is FUN
The Book With No Pictures by B.J. Novak delivers exactly what it promises. This book has no pictures but it's an excellent book to read aloud to kids. (You may recognize the name B.J. Novak and that's because he played Ryan on The Office.) This book is fantastic because it's full of silly words and ...
An Un-Calibrated Centrifuge
An Un-Calibrated Centrifuge rated it
3.0 Dragons Love Tacos
Best read with a newly-minted four-year-old pointing out all the funny things in the book.
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