Jon Doust is a comedian, writer, novelist and professional speaker from Western Australia. Doust was born in Bridgetown. He studied English at Curtin University and worked in farming, retailing and journalism before pursuing a career in comedy and writing.
"Put me last!".
He then went published two small books titled How to lose an election and Letters to the police and other species.
Jon Doust is also an environmentalist and a huge lover of our Magpies. He co-wrote a book called Magpie Mischief. Magpie Mischief is a delightfully irreverent story about a group of school kids who gang together and take on the City Council to protect the magpies nesting in the trees outside their school. It has strong wildlife conservation theme.
Teaching notes encourages students to think about • Habitat • Feeding • Handling • Intelligence • Care of the injured of our unique magpies.