Linda in Gouverneur has feelings about tacos. Perhaps not coincidentally, she also has storytimes about tacos. Check it out:
I feel about tacos the way other
people feel about pizza. I would have tacos
for dinner every night if I could. And sometimes, when my husband is
gone, I do. Why? Because everything you need is right there in a magic
crispy shell. Never underestimate the importance of crispiness.
But never mind that, because this is about storytime.
We read Mud Tacos by Mario Lopez and Marissa Lopez Wong and Dragons Love Tacos by Adam Rubin.
And we had tacos. At ten in the morning. Because when is it not time for tacos? Never.
As you can see from the pictures, plenty of dragons showed up once
they heard about the taco party. The menu included refried beans,
shredded cheddar, shredded romaine lettuce, diced tomatoes, salsa, taco
sauce, sour cream, and soft or hard shells.
No one went away
hungry and everyone went away happy, if a little surprised. To those
who may scoff at the idea of tacos for breakfast, I submit that it's
always time for tacos.
The dragons agreed.