Leo Quog is a respectable, responsible businessman, husband and father, who, in the throes of a mid-life crisis tantrum, petulantly regresses to the age of two. Having been two before, he is well aware of his rights as a toddler, and demands them: a good cuddle, some cooing, tummy rubbing, and most importantly, a piggyback. After all, what good is polymorphous perversity if you don't have the presence of mind to revel in it? As they say, youth is wasted on the young. Feiffer's long out of print classic indulges a universal fantasy in this elegantly reductive tale of suburban disenchantment and disaffection, reprinted with new covers by Feiffer and an introduction by Neil Gaiman.