It's Raining Tacos! (Hardcover)
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Wildly fun and full of laugh-out-loud antics, this interactive sing-along is a zany romp sure to capture fans of Giraffes Can’t Dance and Dragons Love Tacos. Shell we dance?
Taco-bout irresistible! Jam out to the catchy, toe-tapping tune “Raining Tacos” from YouTube sensation Parry Gripp, featuring everyone’s favorite treat!
This spec-taco-ular, goofy song, with new, never-before-sung lyrics, is perfect for sharing, so grab a few friends—young or old—and get ready to crunch your way to a good time!
It's raining tacos, from out of the sky.
Tacos, no need to ask why.
Just open your mouth and close your eyes.
It's raining tacos!
About the Author
Parry Gripp is an Emmy Award-winning songwriter and recording artist, whose best-known works include “Raining Tacos”; songs for Netflix’s Ask the StoryBots; and theme songs for Disney’s The 7D, the Cartoon Network’s Ben 10: Omniverse, and Marvel Super Hero Squad. He is also the author of the picture book Somebunny Loves Me.
Peter Emmerich is an award-winning illustrator whose work spans publishing, commercial illustration, and animation. He has worked with DreamWorks and the Walt Disney Company, for which he illustrated the U.S. Postal Service’s “Art of Disney” stamp series. Peter is a graduate of the Fashion Institute of Technology and lives in Los Angeles. He is also the illustrator of the picture book A Is for Audra.
“A picture-book celebration of a favorite Tex-Mex treat.. Emmerich’s bright and spritely cartoons are a perfect match for this exuberant salute to crunchy, cheesy yums. Fine fare for fans of the song (or tacos).”
— Kirkus Reviews
“A birthday party with cake, pizza, and a bouncy house, what’s not to love?... readers will find the rhyming text, robust color palette, and imagery of tacos pouring from the sky a real treat.”
— School Library Journal