Fortunately, the Milk

Anyone familiar with Gaiman’s penchant for the bizarre and unusual in Doctor Who or Coraline, will love Fortunately, the Milk. A truly absurd story, spun by the father of two children awaiting his return from the corner shop with milk for their cereal, Gaiman carries the reader through a labyrinth of time and space to encounter a series of fascinating and sometimes terrifying characters, all of whom are bent on preventing the father from making it home with the milk intact. With aliens, pirates, dinosaurs, wumpires and a Volcano God making an appearance, this fantastical book begs to be read aloud in various ridiculous voices, and will delight parents and child alike with its off the wall humour.

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