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It all begins with a short walk to the corner store to fetch a container of milk; but for the father narrator of Neil Gaiman's Fortunately, the Milk, there are no easy errands. On his way to pick up breakfast drinks, he gets abducted by aliens, but even that adventure is not the end of his travails. One early reviewer suggested that this picture book almost seems like Gaiman's challenge to outflank the resourcefulness of Skottie Young, his artist collaborator, but fortunately for us and the milk, he never does. An entertaining read; bound to be reread and reread.