Rubin and Salmieri team up again for the important task of getting those dragons more tacos, even though this requires time travel! A playful narrative with plenty of deliciously detailed illustrations.
Loved the first Dragons Love Tacos with a fun recipe at the end and was hoping the sequel would be great, too. It was just ok, adventurous with a time machine and such but no more yummy recipes to make with kids.
If you love dragons, tacos and time travel, you'll love this sequel. And if you like dragons and tacos you'll love the first book too.
Hey Kid!! Who doesn't love Dragons and Tacos. As delightful as the first book
My 3 year old LOVED this book by the second read she was reading along with me, we even renewed a second time
One of the better picture book sequels I've come across. Same charming illustrations, same joy for tacos.
Pantloads of tacos. Who wouldn't love that?
These dragons are so sad that the world has apparently run out of tacos. Can the time machine take them back to the time of tacos -- but before the dragons ate the spicy salsa that gave them the fiery breath? An adorable continuation of the cuteness that was Dragons Love Tacos! Good for reading aloud with the 4+ crowd!
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