Neil Gaiman just published a children's book for ages 4 and up called Chu's Day. The illustrations look sweet, and it's gotten good reviews thus far. Small issue: apparently there was some printing mishap, so the pages appear to be wrinkled/water damaged. If it's bad enough it wouldn't surprise me if the printer had to fix the issue ... which might make the original printing worth more, collection-wise, down the road. Anyway, if you buy it for your child it will end up looking like a hot mess regardless, right?