Anybody else noticed the 100 page book, Odd and the Frost Giants? It was published recently for World Book Day, written specifically by Gaiman for this celebration. It follows a Norse lad named Odd, who finds himself tasked with helping the Norse gods, who have been turned into animals, to rid Asgard of frost giants. It's actually really great, Odd is an interesting lead; not as joyous and bouncy or rebellious and moody as most young leads tend to be, but an interesting combination of both, and his takes on Thor, Odin and Loki are familiar but still feel unique. The book also has a few beautiful illustrations from Mark Buckingham, which made the whole thing an absolute bargain at E2.50/£1. If you can get it in the States, I'd recommend picking it up, as it's definitely on par with the rest of his short stories.