Ten-year old Nicholas, embarassed by his mum's pregnancy, is worried about his status as an only child. Then Granny and Lancelot find out they must move out to make room for twins. When Mum is in labour and Dad's car won't start, a pizza delivery van comes to the rescue.
Jeremy Strong, a former primary headteacher, has been writing for children for many years. He is hugely popular with children - he won the 1997 Children's Book Award for THE HUNDRED MILE-AN-HOUR DOG and was shortlisted for the Award in 1998 for MY GRANNY'S GREAT ESCAPE. Jeremy lives in Wrotham, Kent.