Robbins, noted humorist and author of Even Cowgirls Get The Blues, has crafted a clever little novel colorfully dubbed "a children's book for grown-ups" and "a grown-up book for children". Like the drink it lovingly characterizes, the book is brewed with just the right combination of childlike wonderment and adult satiric humor. The physical book is even bound in an appropriately "aged" package--the thick covering featuring a cartoonish beer mug resembling something from a grade schooler's reading choice while the interior is typeset exactly as books intended for that level generally are. The writing itself will remind readers of J.M. Barrie's Peter Pan, preserving the innocence of a child's world within a contemporary, somewhat serious atmosphere as it fancifully illuminates a particular aspect of the exclusive adult-world from a "minor's" point-of-view.