Bear is having a bad day. Nothing is going right, and he wishes he was somewhere else ... a long way from home.
What will it take for Bear to feel better?
An uplifting tale about a bear discovering what truly matters at the end of the day.

Published by: New Frontier Publishing 

Publication date: October 2022

Papa Hare, Dot, Pip and Pat, and Baby Cottontail live together in a very small and crowded burrow.  Then one day, Papa Hare comes up with a brilliant 


An enchanting and heartwarming story that celebrates the true joys of family and home

Published by: Scholastic Press

Publication date: August 2021


"Happy Hoppy Home is a lovely story exploring the concepts of family and home. It is told in a gentle rhythm, with beautiful lilting prose and a sprinkling of big words to help little readers gain new vocabulary.

The book also takes a positive view on single parenthood – particularly single fatherhood, which is not commonly explored in picture books. Happy Hoppy Home shows a single father’s dedication and just how far he will go to give his children what they need. Together as a complete family, the Hare family explore the concept of what a diverse, loving home can be and what it means to be in a family filled with love"

- Geni Kuckhahn, Reading Time 

"This picture book isn’t told in rhyme but in gentle, lilting prose that helps children build vocabulary, visual literacy and an understanding of the diversity of homes and families, and what it means to be in a family filled with love"

-The Book Muse

"Author and illustrator Tull Suwannakit has created an appealing and relatable story with beautiful, soft and muted pastel illustrations. There's also a quirky comfort in the characters"

-Sarah Steed, Kid's Book Review 

"This is a calm, quiet book, perfect for bedtime with emotive illustrations, some in vignette, adding that extra layer of storytelling in soft earthy tones"

- Buzz Words Magazine, Wendy Haynes

"Happy Hoppy Home is a gorgeous humbling book about home and family. It is easy to read and the illustrations are so sweet, I particularly like the different characters and how every page feels like you’re peeking into a burrow itself"

- Sarah Rasmussen, Ragamuffin Books 

"A warm and loving story of ‘there’s no place like home’ will endear younger readers, reiterating the need of family love and comfort, the closeness a family brings to each of its members and is a celebration of the richness that home brings to its occupants"

-Fran Knight, Read Plus 

Charlie finds a bag of pirates, half-hidden in the green. They smell a bit, fight a lot, and are very less-than-clean!" Things quickly get out of hand

when the pirates take over Charlie's house! Can Charlie find a way to stop pirates being pirates?

Written by: Claire Saxby

Published by: Scholastic Press

Publication date: April 2021

Here were plants they had never imagined; from places they would never visit. When you peel a banana, or bite into a pear, when you smell a rose, pop 

fuchsia bud or scrape your knee climbing an old pine tree, do you ever wonder how those plants came to this country? Let me tell you of the amazing 

case of Dr Ward.

Written by: Jackie Kerin

Published by:Ford Street Publishing 

Publication date: February 2021


"The illustrations are just gorgeous- softly coloured and detailed. There are detailed interiors and much beautiful greenery including scientifically labelled sketches of plants"

- Wendy Jeffrey, Read Plus 

World War II. 1945. A group of nurses is handpicked to rescue injured soldiers from the frontline in Papua New Guinea, and transport them safely back 

home to Australia. Known for their courage and compassion, the soldiers call them... the Flying Angels. 

This is a story inspired by the life of one remarkable nurse, Sister Marie Eileen Craig.

Written by: Vicki Bennett

Published by: Scholastic Press

Publication date: March 2021


"Detailed and in neutral colours, the artwork is almost photographic in its precision"

Anastasia Gonis, Kids' Book Review  

"Suwannakit's sepia illustrations reveal a host of detail to be pored over and discussed"

- Fran Knight, Read Plus 

Charlie and his dog Louis are a musical team. Charlie plays the trumpet and Louis sings his ooh-ooh song. But when Charlie falls ill, Louis is left on his

 own. Louis no longer sings. He no longer wags his tail. Until, one day, Louis hears the familiar notes from a trumpet

Written by: Carol Ann Martin

Published by: Scholastic Press

Publication date: March 2020


"The artwork in this delightful story is simply beautiful. The colour theme throughout of soft maroons, deep browns, sandy caramels and greens is painted gently in water colours that fade off in the distance, suggesting the moment is fleeting. The images bleed onto double page spreads and drift with the story itself"

- Katie Mineeff, Reading Time 

Murphy likes his life just the way it is - swimming in his weedy pond, slurping up algae and rotting water plants.  But then things begin to change......

and he is not the only one caught by surprise!

Written by: Robert Favretto 

Published by: Ford Street Publishing 

Publication date: February 2020


"Tull Suwannakit’s illustrations are lovely—suitably watery and translucent, infusing much movement and humour into the morphing figure of Murphy"

-Louise Pfanner, Books and Publishing

When her grandmothers time comes, Mabel finds something left behind.  A beautiful story about how a tiny thimble and an unfinished blanket can help

 mend a heart.

Written by: Rebecca Young

Published by: Scholastic Press 

Publication date: June 2018

Foreign editions: Polyandria Print LLC (Russia)


"Tull Suwannakit equally paints a beautiful and warm story of his own that phenomenally captures the memories and coincidental moments spoken in the text. His watercolour and pencil illustrations are amazingly precise yet sublimely fluid and animated with playfulness and soul"

-Romi Sharp, Reading Time 

"Suwannakit's soft watercolour and pencil illustrations set the scene for an emotionally involving story of a child who has lost a loved grandmother"

-Fran Knight, Read Plus 

France.  Winter.  1918.  The First World War is over. A brave and determined little French orphan, Honore, wanders through the snow, cold and hungry and lost. 

When he stumbles on the Australian Flying Corps and meets airman, Tim Tovell, his life is changed forever.  This is a story of a remarkable little stowaway and his 

journey to his new home in Australia.

Written by: Vicki Bennett

Published by: Scholastic Press 

Publication date: March 2018

Foreign editions:  Arkadas Yayinevi (Turkey)


"The story has been simplified to key events for the picture book format and uses historical photographs alongside beautiful sepia and grey-scale illustrations"

- Sally Murphy, Aussie Reviews

"Colour is used very sparingly to highlight small parts of the monotone drawings that mimic the sepia appearance of the photographs. These images bring an added dimension to the story connecting us to the history and reality of the events"

- Stephen Cadusch, Australian Literary Educators' Association 

Stanley's learning the trumpet, 'cos Stanley wants to play in the band. But when he plays, it sounds really bad! BLART! BLORT! And even though 

Stanley practises all night, he doesn't get any better. Then he finds something wonderful... Does Stanley get to play in the band after all?

Written by: John Field

Published by: Scholastic Press 

Publication date: November 2017


"Catchy verse by Field and the most sublime illustrations by Suwannakit bring Stanley, his sister, Fran and the entire crazy band alive with pulsing alliteration"

-Dimity Powell, Boomerang Books

Mr and Mrs Cripps feed their dog, wash him, and even clean inside his ears. But they don't give him a name. So the dog names himself - SAD. What will it take to make

SAD, the dog, happy?

Written by: Sandy Fussell

Published by: Walker Books Australia

Foreign editions:   Candlewick Press (USA), Mitsumura Educational (Japan), Touch Art Publishing (Korea), Namode Publishing (Taiwan) 

Published date: 2015


"Tull Suwannakit portrays Sad and his surroundings in soft watercolors, resulting in a calm and quiet book. Quiet, but not boring; on each page, small details draw the reader’s eyes"

-Lisa Brown, The New York Times

"Tull Suwannakit's earth-toned illustrations and use of space add to this beautiful story told by Sandy Fussell. Jack's beaming face lights up the book in stark contrast to the angry faces of Sad's previous owners"   

-Georgie Donaghey, Creative Kids Tale 

"The beautiful, realistic illustrations capture the emotion and complement the thought-provoking text" 

-The Otago Daily Times

"Tull Suwannakit's illustrations are in perfect harmony with the text. The emotions on the faces of his people (disdain, loathing, disinterested and utter love) are only surpassed by the emotion he manages to convey on Sad, the Dog’s face"

- Children's Books Daily                                                                                                                                                               


"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?

Written and illustrated by: Tull Suwannakit

Published by: Walker Books Australia/ Walker Books UK

Publication date: 2014


"Suwannakit creates delightful characters using a unique and appealing cartoon style. The interaction between Little Bear and Little Ellie is particularly effective, and the inclusion of wild animals and fantasy creatures in an urban environment adds an interesting note to this winsome and engaging exploration of the power of the imagination and the potency of storytelling"

 - Stephanie Owen Reeder, The Sydney Morning Herald

"The watercolour illustrations are exquisite, adding glorious humour and fun to this gorgeous story. As we all know, good stories have the power to transport us to places far away, full of imagination and magic — just as the bears do for Little Ellie, and this book did for me. A wonderful partnership of words and pictures that is sure to be enjoyed again and again"

- Anouska Jones, Kids' Book Review 


" The illustrations are so gentle, Suwannakit uses a limited palette of muted colours - reds, browns, greys - in watercolours and pencil outlines and texturing, to reflect the atmosphere of the story.  Close to a perfect picture book"

 - Sarah Mayor Cox, ABC Mornings with Fiona Parker