Dragons Love Tacos Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
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©2012 Adam Rubin (P)2019 Listening Library
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|Listening Length||6 minutes|
|Audible.in Release Date||14 May 2019|
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#8,837 in Children's Traditional Stories (Books)
#15,698 in Children's Picture Books (Books)
4.7 out of 5
5,267 global ratings
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Save your money.Reviewed in the United States on 21 December 2018
I made the mistake of not reading reviews prior to purchase. It was a whimsical purchase and, afterall, how bad can a children's book be? The answer is "soooooo bad". Received this book yesterday as it is to be a Christmas gift for my granddaughter. Read through it twice thinking, "I can't believe it's this awful". AWFUL! I anticipated some silly sing-songy antics about dragons and tacos. This book was literally what it would have been like if you sat at the kitchen table with some friends and some drinks writing down your concept of this book. Then you added illustrations and a price tag. No fine tuning or editing - just a off the cuff (bad) story. If I can save even one person from this buyer's remorse then I've done my job.
369 people found this helpful
Beyond terrible! The worst children’s book I’ve ever read!Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 21 June 2020
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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Don't buy itReviewed in the United States on 7 September 2018
The trend of stupid hipster books that have garbage grammar and rambling nonsensical plot lines is beyond annoying. And I live in Brooklyn! Don't waste your time, money, or your child's precious brain.
360 people found this helpful
Lovely book for 3 year oldsReviewed in the United Kingdom on 1 April 2020
Good to be able to view a page or two to judge suitability for a very young person
A must-have for your bookshelfReviewed in the United Kingdom on 9 November 2014
What a wonderful book - we all adored it! The story is hilarious and the illustrations sweep you off into a mad taco-filled world loved by dragons. I wished I had bought this as a hard back book instead of the kindle edition. I may still do that - it was that good!