Who are smart, naughty, love playing tricks, flashy, very loud, but need lots of affection? What is an Australian icon, millions of years old, fast and loves to rock and roll?

Another fun and fact filled book from one of Australia’s much-loved authors.

“Fun questions and energetic visuals will help readers solving the birds’ eye view mystery of ‘Who’s The Gang on Our Street?’ Good story to read aloud.” – Hazel Edwards, OAM, author of ‘There’s a Hippopotamus on Our Roof Eating Cake’

About the Book

Who’s The Gang on Our Street is a narrative non-fiction with supporting facts. It is written to delight young people about the antics and values of our loved sulphur-crested cockatoos. It combines creative imagery and information and is on the K-3 Australian national curriculum for Australian birds. It links into the social and emotional module where the sulphur- crested cockatoos have a social structure which embraces equality, inclusion, no bullying, loyalty and values that relate to the best of what we seek to teach children. They are also funny, playful, affectionate and smart. Sulphur-crested cockatoos are part of Australian identity in both the city and bush.

About the Author

Awarded the Lifetime Social Justice Literature Award for her books by the International Literacy Association, nominated for the Astrid Ingrid Memorial Award and an Order of Australia for literature, Susanne Gervay is recognized for her youth literature from pre-school to young adult novels on social justice. She engages young people in complex issues from multiculturalism, disability to peace.

About the Illustrator

Nancy Bevington is an energetic, multifaceted visual artist. Her artistic career spans over three decades, working in painting, illustration and concept creation and execution. Picture books are one of her real passions. Using her many styles and techniques she has the ability to interpret the written word and bring a story to life.