What Happens Next? by Tull Suwannakit
  

Synopsis

What Happens Next? by Tull Suwannakit

Little Ellie and her Grandma go on an adventure. But who's that following them? Can you tell me a story, Granny? Little Ellie asked on the way to town one morning. Deep in the woods, not far from here, lives Grandma Bear and Little Bear ... But what will happen next?

Reviews

Suwannakit uses muted colours on cream paper for the illustrations of his cleverly constructed story with its wonderfully whimsical cast of characters. I particularly like the contrast between the enormously chunky, oh so endearing, Grandma bear and Ellie's own fragile-looking, almost spindly Granny. Just the thing to promote children's own storying and imaginative play either at home or in early years settings. And of course, it's a superb bedtime story Red Reading Hub The real world of granny and Ellie cleverly merges with their invented story world, both enchantingly brought to life in the colour, mischief and wit of the illustrations. Children's Books Ireland Recommended Read

About the Author

Tull Suwannakit is originally from Thailand and now lives in Australia. He received a BFA in animation from the Savannah College of Art and Design in 2004, and has worked as an animation studio sculptor and set designer in New York. He has been writing and illustrating children's picture books since 2006 in Thailand; What Happens Next? is his first book with an Australian publisher. Tull completed his Masters in Fine Art in 2011 and has been exhibiting extensively in galleries.When he is not doing his art, Tull teaches young children at a preschool.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 3

Author

Tull Suwannakit
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Publisher

Walker Books Ltd

Publication date

3rd July 2014

ISBN

9781406353808


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