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Samuel West May 24
How dare May invoke the Kindertransport the day after the death of , a German who fled the Nazis age nine and was welcomed here? Meanwhile in Calais TODAY, children are going on hunger strike and even attempting suicide because we won’t let them join their UK families
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Samuel West May 23
Paying our respects. Still too young for the first, but had a bedtime reading of the third. Well, not so much a reading as a recitation, the words shared between us with the ease of many repetitions. RIP ; thanks for the joy and the humanity. Never more needed.
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Chris Reeve, Esq. May 24
Even if I lived to be a hundred, and wrote a thousand novels, I don't think I could ever write anything so beautiful and loaded with emotion as these 8 lines by 😢
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Annabel Tempest May 31
A Tiger who has definitely come for tea for the marvellous
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Simon Smith Jul 21
Just watching the “Imagine” documentary about How extraordinary are these pictures she drew aged 9, just full of stories.
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Becky Cameron May 23
There will always be a place in my heart for Tiger and Mog. What an inspiration she was ❤️
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Pieps🐭 Theo🐻Björn🐻Winifred🐻Trix🐻 May 24
Theo: my own little tribute to the wonderful - the tiger who came to tea 💓
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Steve Rosenberg May 23
If books you loved as a child are later adored by your own children, there’s something special about the author. Judith Kerr was very special. Mog...The Tiger Who Came to Tea - we loved them. Here’s my musical tribute to the writer who created our favourite cats.
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jenn harney Jun 7
A week late for but, really wanted to do a tribute piece.
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Andrew Fraser May 31
Since this week’s is tiger orange in honour of Judith Kerr I sketched this quick tribute. The tiger who came to tea was one of our favourites when the kids were young
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Sally Walker May 31
Here’s my tiger in honour of Judith Kerr this week
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Tony Bradman May 24
Cost: 80p. Read to: three kids, four grandchildren. Current residence: the car, so we can read it to the youngest grandchild when we pick up his brother from school. Value: off the scale. ’sBooks
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Lissa Evans May 24
I just wanted to add one more thing about 'The Tiger Who Came to Tea'. It's this moment: this moment when, for a split-second, this story is poised between tense delight and something *much* more scary, and then you turn the page, and all is joy again. forever.
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Ned Boulting May 23
The fabric of childhood's collective imagination. What a wonderful book.
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Nicola Kent Oct 4
Domestic Treasures for : The Brown Betty. A comforting emblem of warm and familiar domestic life, they appear in many picture books, including and . Anyone for a cuppa?
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Sandra Russell Art Jul 8
I'm joining in with by posting some Portrait Challenge drawings I did, with me in the middle. ✍️😊 🧔🏾👵🏻👩🏻 👩🏻👩🏻🧔🏼 🧑🏻👩🏻👩🏻
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Dara McAnulty🌍 May 23
For today. Tiger & Mog were huge favourites in our house but, ‘When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit’ was my favourite. Judith Kerr was such a delicate and sensitive writer - and as her actions would suggest, a beautiful person.
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Visual Verse Jun 1
This month’s VV is for . Our beautiful image is by . Our leads are all by YA+children’s authors. Thank you + Juliette Saumande: you inspire us! 1 hour, 50-500 words, this image 👇🏿Deadline 15 June. Go!
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Tim Roach Aug 3
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My Book Moment May 23
“You see a lady sitting there and she’s not doing anything and you tend to forget that of course she wasn’t always a little old lady. There’s all this colored stuff inside her, it’s all inside, bubbling." RIP Judith Kerr ❤️❤️❤️
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