A step by step guide on how to start a bullet journal notebook for thoughts and ideas with children’s author and illustrator Jules Marriner


26 July

10 – 12pm


£20 per person


Min 6 people

Age 10+

What you will do

Jules will explain what a bullet journal is and how it works. She will show you how to design your own and how to add your thoughts, ideas, feelings and goals.

You will use lots of different coloured pens and learn how to doodle and draw to help remember things.

You will be given your own bullet journal to take home with you.

Your Teacher

Jules Marriner is an Isle of Wight children’s author and illustrator. She was born in Buckinghamshire but it was at University that she rediscovered her love of children’s books and entered the Macmillan Children’s Book prize. Upon graduating, she spent a year in London working as an illustrator and spent endless hours thinking up new and unconventional stories for young minds.

To cut a long story short it was then she realised she really wanted to live up a tree with some orang-utans, so she moved to the Isle of Wight. Sadly, Orang-utans are not native to the south coast of England, but there are LOADS of trees to climb so she spends her days writing and drawing. Assisted by two Chihuahuas, one short, fat and hairy, and the other short, thin and hairy. Neither can climb trees.

Jules has 10 children’s books published and regularly appears at the Isle of Wight Literary Festival.

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51 School Green Road
Isle of Wight
PO40 9AS

01983 718 400