Do you wonder what kind of mischief could happen in the space between a wink and a sniffle? Or of what two trees might contemplate and discuss with each other when they are all by themselves? Have you ever wondered about what power you might wield if you discovered a special rod? Or what it would be like to have your head "up in the clouds"? Do you know what you would do if you came upon your mirror, and it stood reflectionless? Could you begin to imagine what it would be like to live in complete and total darkness? Do you know how to draw Love? These short stories explore these perennial questions, and whether they provide satisfactory, let alone, any answers to these concerns is left for each reader to determine, if only as part of its grand mystery and adventure. It is a book of sense and nonsense. A book of joy, of light, of laughter, of warmth, of life, of song, of dance, of play, of fun. In other words, and perhaps in far better words, it is none other than a book of nonage; a big, bold, boisterous, batty, beautiful book of sillies, fancies, and trifles.