A fourth book about Nicholas and his family. Now that the twins (Cheese and Tomato) have been born, the family needs to earn more money. Dad starts to grow his own vegetables and keep a goat for milking - with disastrous results in exploding yoghurt. Then the twins audition for a nappy advert. They cause chaos, but when Cheese's bottom accidentally gets on the News programme, he's given the advertising job and the family's money problems are over.
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Strong's books are hugely popular with young children with their breezy, daft exuberance ( Sunday Times)
His books crackle with good humour and invention ( TES)
King of comedy ( Guardian)
His books are preposterously entertaining ( Observer)
Jeremy Strong used to be a primary school headteacher before he became a fulltime writer. He won the Children's Book Award with The Hundred-Mile-an-Hour Dog and is immensely popular with children. He lives in Somerset, near Bath.
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Book Description Puffin, 2006. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 014131978X