Reviews and Blog Posts: fathers

Fortunately, the milk

by Neil Gaiman

Reviewer Rating:
5

Neil Gaiman's narration of his wonderful story of a father thwarted on his way home from buying milk will have you laughing out loud! The alien voices are particularly enjoyable. A fun activity for a Family Book Club, enjoy the book's illustrations along with Gaiman's entertaining performance simultaneously. You'll never...

Fortunately, the milk

by Neil Gaiman

Reviewer Rating:
4

Dad goes out for milk so his kids can have breakfast (and, more importantly, so he can have his tea). He's gone for longer than he should be. His story involves dinosaurs, pirates, wumpires, a volcano, a hot air balloon, a time machine, and some aliens...Fortunately, he never lets go...

The underwater welder

by Jeff Lemire

Reviewer Rating:
5

Jeff Lemire presents the story of a man literally and figuratively under pressure. An underwater welder by trade, Jack is used to working on the seabed in a pressure suit. But as he anticipates becoming a father, he finds himself haunted by unresolved issues from his childhood involving his relationship...

A sense of direction: pilgrimage for the restless and the hopeful

by Gideon Lewis-Kraus

Reviewer Rating:
5

Gideon Lewis-Kraus is funny, insightful and honest about himself and his journeys in this great memoir. It's a fantastic read!

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