#reviewsdaytuesday: Fortunately, the Milk by Neil Gaiman

My boy and I took a shine to Fortunately, The Milk by Neil Gaiman right away, because we’re dairy fans. Also, it’s zippy little read, so I downed it in one sitting–just in time to participate in #reviewsdaytuesday. Like the beverage to which it pays homage, this little book was a refreshing palate cleanser–a lively, funny adventure that’s a fun break from the heavier stuff. You know what? That’s often my favorite kind of reading. I have read a few other children’s books by Neil Gaiman: Coraline, The Grave Yard Book and The Day I Swapped My Dad for Two Goldfish. This is closer to Goldfish than the other two and, while I really enjoyed both Coraline and The Grave Yard Book, they don’t have the fun sense of humor of his younger fare. I wonder why that is?

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