What could possibly be as appealing as Anna Dewdney’s llamas? Anna Dewdney’s trucks! The Big Rigs are working hard at the construction site when Little Excavator rolls up, eager to help. But Little Excavator isn’t… More
Wait, wait. That’s not right. Is it…..
Pirates Love Tacos?
Oh, it’s not? How about….
Dragons Love Pirate Booty?
(Her hee hee. I said booty)
Oh, oh! I remember! It’s
DRAGONS LOVE TACOS 2!
It’s the sequel! It’s finally here! And you can have it too! (The books, not the pirate booty.)
Oh, don’t give that stank face! I like the silly word!
Anyway, here you go friends! Click through HERE to enter! Aaargh!
Enter for a chance to be one (1) grand prize winner and receive a set of Dragons Love Tacos and Dragons Love Tacos 2 (ARV: $17.99 each), or to be one (1) of five (5) second place winners to receive Dragons Love Tacos 2 (ARC: $17.99 each).
NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Enter between 12:00 AM Eastern Time on May 1, 2017 and 12:00 AM on May 29, 2017. Open to residents of the fifty United States and the District of Columbia who are 13 and older. Winners will be selected at random on or about June 2, 2017. Odds of winning depend on number of eligible entries received. Void where prohibited or restricted by law.
DRAGONS LOVE TACOS 2 SUMMARY:
Our dragons’ favorite snack is in danger of going extinct in this laugh-out-loud, time-traveling sequel to the New York Times bestseller Dragons Love Tacos.
Listen, don’t freak out, but I have some terrible news: There are no tacos left anywhere in the entire world! That’s a huge problem because, as you know, dragons love tacos. We’ve got to do something! I know, let’s fire up that time machine in the garage and go back in time, to before tacos went extinct. Then we can grab lots of tacos and bring them back with us. Just be sure you don’t grab any tacos with spicy salsa. You remember what happened last time…
ADAM RUBIN BIO:
Adam Rubin is the New York Times best-selling author of a half dozen critically-acclaimed picture books including Secret Pizza Party and Robo-Sauce. He spent ten years working as a creative director in the advertising industry before leaving his day job to write full time. Adam has a keen interest in improv comedy, camping and magic tricks.
DANIEL SALMIERI BIO:
Daniel Salmieri has illustrated many fantastic picture books, including the New York Times bestseller Robo-Sauce. He grew up in Brooklyn, New York, constantly drawing and painting images of ninja turtles, dinosaurs, and fighter jets (not in the same scene…), and graduated from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.
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I know, I know.
I’ve been on this adorable children’s book kick. But can you blame me? I’ve got two little preschoolers at home and these books are the cutest!
I mean, look at this!
Adult or not, I can’t not share about this!
Especially since the huge majority of books I read are kids books. (Thirty-five in April, actually. Yes, I keep track.)
So without further Ado, here’s some more details about Prince and Pirate: (and happy book birthday!)
ABOUT THE BOOK:
When two little fish with big personalities have to share the same tank, there are rough seas ahead!
Prince loved being the monarch of his tiny kingdom and Pirate enjoyed having his own little sea to rule, but when the two are plopped into a tank together, each feels that the other is trespassing on his territory. Insults and cunning traps don’t drive either fish away, so Prince and Pirate scoot, bump, and shove pebbles down the middle of the tank to mark off their sides. But when a smaller fish arrives and seems frightened by his new surroundings, Prince and Pirate set aside their feud so they can all get along.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR AND ILLUSTRATOR:
Charlotte Gunnufson has never, ever had any trouble sharing. Okay, maybe one time. But that was her big sister’s fault. And the other time, her little brother started it. Anyway, Charlotte is author of Halloween Hustle and lots of funny poems for Highlights and Cricket magazines. She lives in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Mike Lowery is the illustrator of The Gingerbread Man Loose on the Firetruck. His work appears in everything from greeting cards to children’s books and the Kid’s Awesome Activity Calendar. He is a professor of illustration at the Savannah College of Art and Design Atlanta.
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Today I’d like to wish a very happy book birthday to the —
Excuse me, it’s when?
DOCTOR! I said April 25th! What do you mean it’s May 2nd? Now you’ve got me all late and a look like a fool!
Oh, don’t you try to blame the Timey-Wimey TARDIS for this! She did nothing wrong, you just can’t callibrate anything correctly.
Congrats to ErikaB who wrote:
EDIT: IMPORTANT UPDATE
Friends, I am the biggest dork on the freaking planet! I must delay the winning announcement until tomorrow (Tuesday) instead of the promised Monday. On any other week, I could finish reading entries today, since I work on bookish things on Mondays.
Today if my seven year wedding anniversary and I completely forgot!!! The dude man requested the entire day off of work to hang out with me, so I should probably not work on the blog and ignore him.
Check back tomorrow!
Welcome to Hour Four!
Go make yourself another cup of coffee or tea. While it brews, complete this challenge! It should take you no more than 5 to 10 minutes, so you can get back to reading.
Write a short story/paragraph describing a meet-up between your current read’s main character and your last read’s main character. It’s gonna be either chaos or awesomeness, right?
Friends. This… is BIG.
This is massive.
And this. This is awful.
In exactly 27 days, on May 2, 2017, there will be NO MORE TACOS left anywhere in the world! This can be confirmed, friends. My sources are reliable. My sources are dragons.
Oh, my goodness gracious! Where did I go?
Honestly, I have no idea. Apparently I needed to go on an unannounced, unintentional hiatus for a month and a half. But I’m back now, friends!
As an update, I would love to type up every review I missed. And that’s…. a lot. Since I posted my Pride and Prejudice review, I’ve read twenty-three books. No, seriously. 23! I’ll make a list of them at the end of this post. Actually, I’ll make a list of ALL of my winter reads, since that’s what this post is about.