The Power of Positive Pranking
The outrageous story of three best friends, one greedy mayor and a whole lot of pranking.
Green Peas is our name and pranking’s our game!
A symphony of alarm clocks at assembly? Yep, that was us. A stampede of fluffy guinea pigs? It’s next on our agenda.
But for me, Cookie and Zeke, it’s about more than just fun. We’re determined to make a difference. And when the adults won’t listen, us kids will find a way to be heard – as long as we can stay out of detention!
No activist is too small, no prank too big... and things are about to get personal.
Praise for The Power of Positive Pranking
This is so brilliant . . . It’s a really, really powerful message to young people that their voice matters . . . I absolutely just loved it.Megan Daley, Children’s Books Daily
Nat Amoore is the next Andy Griffiths. Her books are madcap and wild, with an enormous heart.Kate Gordon, Newcastle Herald
This marvellous book is about aptitude, intelligence, adaptability, and selfreliance. It’s about relationships with friends, family and the community delivered to us with humour, fine writing and a dose of craziness. The Power of Positive Pranking is a great read for everyone.Jennifer Mors, Reading Time
The Power of Positive Pranking will soon be a favourite of middle school readers looking for a fun, thought provoking novel with a lot of heart. Don’t forget the ‘Green Peas Rule 25: Always try to be a better person. But in the end, be the best you can’.Rachael Hind, Magpies
This is a great story about having a go, being determined to make a difference, persistence, family relationships, friendships, acceptance, grief, and of course pranking!Sam, Lamont Books
Nat takes issues that might seem complex – politics, the environment, activism – and makes them easy to understand, accessible and of course, fun and humorous.Ashleigh Meikle, The Book Muse
The Power of Positive Pranking encourages children to see that they can make a difference in climate change and environmental issues.Kathryn Beilby, ReadPlus
This book has everything that I want the kids in my school to read. It focuses on serious causes and demanding change in any way you can (but without hurting anyone, “big impact, no casualties” is how they describe it in the book), enact change by finding out what works for you and running with it.Sarah Custance, Story Links
This story about pranking for positive people-power will give you the giggles, all while feeling empowered to start your own social movement.Total Girl