@KINDLE Ø Fortunately, the Milk ß eBook or E-pub free

Cute. Fortunately, I read this book! HOW MUCH FUN AN HOUR CAN BE Quite funny, entertaining and it's a really quick read.What else can you ask?I did it on an hourAnd for that hour I had such wonderful time In an hour I was lost in time, meeting fantastic characters and laughing PERFECT COLLABORATIVE TEAM If you decide to read it, keep in mind that it's a short story oriented for children, so please, don't harm the rating of this sweet book just because you were expecting Neil Gaiman, the great mind behind Sandman and American Gods He is not hereBUTYou will find Neil Gaiman, the wonderful dad that wrote a story to entertain for an hour to his children and the children of all the world Along with Neil Gaiman, in here you will find the delicious art of Scottie Young, talented artist famous for his work on the Marvel's graphic novel adaptations of the OZ books by L Frank Baum, that he worked there with Eric Shanower (By the way, you can check on my shelves of Goodreads, you will find reviews of all those books too) Gaiman and Young are a wonderful team where the words of Neil make a perfect amalgam to the drawings of Scottie I CHOOSE TO BELIEVE Wacky characters along with time travelwonderful combination!I won't spoil anything (don't worry! Geez!), I just want to comment that if you ever been able to contain yourselves of reading aloud the lines of the wumpires (yes, you read correctlywumpires), well I just can say that you haveselfcontrol than me! Because I just have to say aloud those phrases with my best imitation of the expected accent! Oh, yes, I had to do it And I'm not ashamed of admit it!Keep loyal to your wumpires! Be proud!For an hour, Neil and Scottie take us to a funny wacky fantasy adventure, but at the end, they let you to decide if all was lie or not I chose to believe! Oh, yes!life is too short for not believing in fantasy at least for an hour.If you can't being a kid again at least for an hour and laughing with a sweet story like this one, geez, please look for an empty grave and jump in there, you are already dead and nobody told you! Oh, if you are of the ones that skip the final credits, well, you will miss something really funny (Nope, I won't tell, it's not my fault that you were in such hurry to leave the book!)Good thing that I never skip that, like in the movies, that if you are too eager to leave the theater and you can miss a final scene (I wonder what all those people do, rushing out once the credits started to roll Do they find a cure to the cancer? Solving the world hunger? Getting world peace? Nope, I don't think so, since we still have all those troubles)So, getting back to the final credits, in this book, read them or you will miss the final joke If you don't get it, please do some memory tests, since you have to get it, you just read it less than hour ago! Now, I leave, I have to go to the market for some milk! @KINDLE ⚷ Fortunately, the Milk â I bought the milk, said my father I walked out of the corner shop, and heard a noise like this: t h u m m t h u m m I looked up and saw a huge silver disc hovering in the air above Marshall RoadHullo, I said to myself That's not something you see every day And then something odd happenedFind out just how odd things get in this hilarious New York Times bestselling story of time travel and breakfast cereal, expertly told by Newbery Medalist and bestselling author Neil Gaiman and illustrated by Skottie Young Land Degradation And Society the Milk â I bought the milk From Cameroon to Paris: Mousgoum Architecture In and Out of Africa said my father I walked out of the corner shop Nocturnum: Long Shades and heard a noise like this: t h u m m t h u m m I looked up and saw a huge silver disc hovering in the air above Marshall RoadHullo Gallery Bundu: A Story about an African Past I said to myself That's not something you see every day And then something odd happenedFind out just how odd things get in this hilarious New York Times bestselling story of time travel and breakfast cereal Links to the Diasporic Homeland expertly told by Newbery Medalist and bestselling author Neil Gaiman and illustrated by Skottie Young A quirky, weird, and fun book! I wouldn't expect anything less from Neil Gaiman :P Neil Gaiman’s latest book, “Fortunately The Milk” is a boisterous tale of an extraordinary adventure, time travel and milk Gaiman’s is full of surprises, jokes and an awful lot of just being plain silly If you can’t tell already, I loved this book Gaiman’s tale narrated by a boy whose mother is away on a business trip, and whose father had to go out to the corner store for a pint of milk for the cereal and his tea Dad takes an unconscionably long time getting the milk, and when he returns, the narrator and his little sister accuse Dad of having stopped to gossip at the store Not so, insists Dad, who proceeds to explain exactly what happened while he was out getting the milk It's an astounding tale, starting with an alien abduction, moving swiftly onto a spacetime journey to the ship of a vicious pirate queen and a neardeath plankwalking, a daring rescue by a timetravelling dinosaur scientist in a hotairballoon time machine, and thence through interference with a preColombian human sacrifice, and many, many other adventures, including several involving temporal paradoxes For all the madcappery, there's a fair bit of attention here to an internally consistent timetravel story, with all the fun that implies By the end, we are in a kidsafe place that's one part Douglas Adams, one part Doctor Who, and one part Walter Mitty It's quite a mix! I listened to this on audiobook during a car trip with my oldest boy, (Oot, Age 4.5).We both really enjoyed it Though didn't get to see the illustrations, we got to hear Neil himself reading it, and he's a very, very good narrator If you've never heard him reading his own stuff, you're really missing out. Five bucks on Gaiman throwing darts at an ideaboard.Why? Maybe cause of the time traveling dinosaurs, unicorns, wumpires and aliens.For such a decidedly whimsical book, it was unexpectedly fabulous Two kids are left home alone with dad for a weekend while scientistmom is at a conference (unexpectedly great reason for mom to be gone for the week!) Only, when it comes time for breakfastthe kids discover that there's no milk for their cereal.Their dad bravely ventures forth to pick up some from the corner storeand he's gone an awfully long time So long that the kids demand an explanation when he returns And, their dad opens his mouthand this wonderful tale spills out It was hilarious, fun and an allaround delight Plus, the illustrations were adorable.YouTube | Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Snapchat @miranda.reads Happy Reading! Click here to watch a video review of this book on my channel, From Beginning to Bookend A quirky tale of time travelling dinosaurs, blood sucking wumpires (yes, wumpires) and enthusiastic pirates, made evenamusing by an abundance of winsome illustrations. A review by my 9 yo son, described by the utterly lovely Neil Gaiman as the 'best review ever':Today I was sick My mum doesn’t always believe me when I say I’m sick, but my sister was sick yesterday so Mum said I could stay off school ‘BUT,’ she said, ‘Don’t think you’re going to be lazing around watching TV and playing on the computer all day.’That was bad news That is, indeed, what I was planning on doing :( I was bored, so Mum let me borrow her Kindle to read a book that was making her laugh, called, ‘Fortunately, the Milk…’ by Neil Gaiman with illustrations by Chris Riddell I noticed that it had brilliant pictures in it – even on the Kindle! – and Mum said I could go on the iPad if I wanted to draw a front cover for the book I did Look… (you can see the images at: )There was something very good about this book It was an ‘enhanced edition’ which means that the writer reads the book out loud to you while you read it! This writer is a good reader and he didn’t sound at all like the dalek voice that normally comes out of the Kindle Mum said I could stay on the iPad if I wanted to draw a picture of the writer reading the book But I can’t draw good faces so I drew a picture of the Kindle talking Then I labeled it ‘Kindle’ because Mum asked what it was (you can see the images at: )I started to read This is me reading And no My face is NOT the book (you can see the images at: )Everyone should read this book It will make everybody laugh It is good and very clever The best thing is that it goes backwards and forwards in time with the Dad meeting himself all over the place in the past and in the future and in crazy wormholes (you can see the images at: ) It has good characters The dad is a funny dad I also like the brother and sister because they are not stupid They ask the dad clever questions to try and trap him, but he is good at wiggling out of trouble.I think this is a very good book and it deserves 5 stars, which I have drawn here (because it meant I could stay on the iPad for longer :) ) (you can see the images at: day I would like to write books as good as ‘Fortunately, The Milk…’ and draw pictures as good as this too. It was a rainy morning and I felt like reading Neil's new book 'Fortunately, the Milk' So I popped on my favourite astronaut tshirt and caught the bus to my local bookstore, Snuffin and Kooks I looked high and low for Neil's book, but all that was there were stacks of Paranormal Romance as far as I could see Excuse me, I said to the nearest droopyeyed sales attendant Do you have Neil Gaiman's new book, 'Fortunately, the Milk'?She rolled her eyes so far back that I thought for a moment she was inspecting her own sinus cavities All the hipsters have already bought out our entire stock she replied.But how could they? Don't they know that I have been a fan of his since the Sandman days, before he was cool?'She gave two ineffectual chews of something So you are one of those hipsters.I left in a huff and a grumble, mumbling things about prescription lenses and Vampire Weekend being a good band anyway.I returned to the busstop which which was covered, unfortunately the covering did not seem to be designed to keep the rain off, rather to concentrate the droplets and deposit them upon the head of a waiting passenger I was soon joined by another hopeful passenger, an old lady who smelt of wet cardboard and boiled sweets You look down dearie, she said, and I explained my predicament to her Well, I know of a place that sells books I bet they'll have that Neil Armstrong book of yours It's a cafe down the main street there, and you go left down the lane with the shoe store on the corner and it's halfway along on the left.Despite knowing that a cafe that sells books would never sell the books I like, I decided to investigate due to my boredom and to make an old lady happy I knew the shoe store, but not the lane I thought it was next to the kebab shop that was quite obviously a front to an underground bikram yoga class But as I arrived I saw that there was indeed a lane between the two and it had a sign stating that it was Aquap Lane It was there that I slipped in the wet and thought that this was too Harry Potter for my liking.When I came to I was in a dark space with a shrunken man looking a me while holding a candlestick Wee Willy Winkie style Where am I? I asked the small man.You're in a pocket dimension How did you get here? I don't want them in here! he spat at me.I was looking for a book Neil Gaiman's new book.Is it paperback or hardcover? Cos you'll only find paperbacks in a pocket dimension God, what do they teach you kids these days?Calculus But why do you call this place a pocket dimension? I asked.Because, you see, it is a dimension that could fit in your pocket It's essentially a pocketsized dimension it is, he explained with a smirk on his face.Fortunately this smirk had a halflife of about one and a half seconds The loss of smirk corresponded to the rise in volume of clanking footfalls Oh you did it didn't you? You've gone and bought them Well you'll not get that Neal's book from here, he scorned.No it's a Neil book, not a Neal book, I yelled as a group of knights in armour clanked out of the darkness and seized the shrunken man and I Well you'd want a briefcase dimension for that kind of thing, not a pocket dimension But I guess it's too late now.By torchlight (the ye olde, stinky, fatcovered fire sticks, not the battery powered ones, they're knights dammit) we were led into the inky darkness of the pocket dimension We walked for what may be days, but it felt like minutes Wait, is that the right way around? Well I guess that a pocket dimension has timeywimey issues.Eventually we emerged through an archway into the light of day It was a garden, a very intricate garden with topiary animals and paths of white gravel Oh no, I thought, an Alice in Wonderland pastiche by a person who has never read the book and only seen the Disney film But hang on, how did I know that having only seen the film and never read the book?Off with his head! Oh great it get'scliched But can I plead my case Your Majesty?I asked I do not know why I am here and what I have been accused of And, by the way, I thought you were meant to be a Queen.Well as you can see I am a king Clever isn't it? No, not really Anyhoo, you stand accused of writing an overly long pastiche review that by now no one is reading, nobody has even chuckled at and now you are destroying the fourth wall Or is it the fifth? I've never been one for architecture.Guilty as charged Your Highness, I confessed I thought everyone would like it and think I was clever But I guess all it has ended up being is a waste of a morning when I haveproductive things to do I could have gone to the bookstore instead Hang on, that was in the review universe not the real universe Now things are getting silly.Indeed, confirmed the King And therefore I sentence you to finish this atrocity of a review as soon as possible without using the waking up from a dream scenario I hate when they do that!Well it would expedite this review if you had a copy of Neil Gaiman's new book 'Fortunately, the Milk' that I could read very quickly That would be mighty helpful Your Highness.Luckily I have a copy right here in my ermine cape I was reading it earlier and I found it a quite fine read I did not like the ending though Who'd have thought that all that time the milk was the murderer not the train driver? Absurd.Well no need to read it now Thanks anyway.