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Michelle Gonzalez

Staff Writer

There’s always room for a story that can transport people to another place. - J.K. Rowling


If you love to write and draw, and creating picture books for kids is one of your biggest passions, you can’t miss this Melbourne art class! In ten short weeks, published author and illustrator Tull Suwannakit will start you on your dream career and teach you the ins and outs of the publishing business.


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🐻 What Happens Next? | by Tull Suwannakit | a beauty and clever tale about a granny telling her little granddaughter a story about bears while they go for a walk. The story materialises in front of the the little girl's very eyes, and soon the little girl has her turn creating her version of events. Magical and perfectly executed, this book encapsulates the joy of a child listening to a grown up create a story just for them #whathappensnext #tullsuwannakit @walkerbooksaus #bears #thelittlebookcollector #bookaday #bookstagram #instabook #bibliophile #kidsbooks #kidlit #childrensbook #book #kidsbookstagram #bookclub #littlebookcollector #bedtimestory #picturebook #igreads #raiseareader

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Working with Tull, who wrote and illustrated the well-loved children’s title What Happens Next?, is the perfect way to kickstart your creative journey. He’s been featured in Sydney Morning Herald, ABC Mornings Radio, and Play School on ABC4Kids. The book was even short-listed in the Speech Pathology Australia book awards.


His works have been exhibited both locally and internationally, and have been translated into several languages.





Inspired yet? This Melbourne graphic design class may be just what you need to bring your characters to life. Book now and learn from the best!

Create your own picture book!
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Writing and Illustrating a Picture Book Course

Suitable for adults
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