There's no milk.
So Dad saves the day by going to buy some. Really, that’s all that happens. Very boring. Soooooooo boring. YAAAAAAAWWWN. You don't want to read it.
There are absolutely definitely none of the following things inside: PIRATES! GLOBBY GREEN ALIENS! INTERGALACTIC POLICE! ANGRY VOLCANO GODS DEMANDING HUMAN SACRIFICE! And most definitely NOT a time-travelling hot-air balloon piloted by the brilliant Professor Steg . . .
'Gaiman is the nearest thing children’s books have to a ROCK STAR: If you enjoy fantasy, he is irresistible . . . it’s just perfect'
'A story that is as ENTERTAINING for adults as children'
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FORTUNATELY, THE MILK . . .
'A ridiculous riot of a book'
'Sumptuously fantastical . . . reading aloud will be joyous'
SUNDAY TIMES – Nicolette Jones
'A wildly energetic exploration of time, space and credibility'