B is for Beer

B Is for Beer B Is for Beer by Tom Robbins
My review
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
It would have been hard for me to not love this book. Tom Robbins? Check. Beer? Check. A protagonist just like my daughter? Check. So there you have it, I loved it. Robbins’ ode to the wonder of beer through the eyes of a five/six-year-old girl won me over from page one. Throw in hilarious characters like the Beer Fairy and Uncle Moe, and I think you just might like it too. And even if you don’t, it’ll only eat up at most a couple of hours of your time.
I’ve started on Wrigleyworld by Kevin Kaduk, but that may get pushed to the side if and when I get to the library to pick up another book I’ve been waiting for, Genesis by Bernard Beckett.