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Fortunately the milk

Dad pops out to the corner shop to get some milk and comes back with a tale of adventure that his children can’t believe is true – but is it? Chris Riddell’s illustrations match the wackiness of Neil Gaiman’s story involving time travel, aliens, gods, wumpires, a regiment of galatic dinosaur police and, of course, milk.

It’s a quick read taking less than an hour even with the first half being read out loud as a bedtime story. I’m going to have to read the second half again tomorrow night.

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