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BarnesKidsLitFest 8 Aug 17
It's ! Did you know created one of the world's favourite cats in ?
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Sam Missingham 14 Jun 16
One day I WILL ask to be my granny & she will say yes & all will be well.
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So Mayer Jul 6
Hands up who wants and to meet in London next week & make a Mog* film together? 🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼 *by Mog I mean cats AND being fantabulous artists across the 20th and 21st centuries, married to other artists. And loving cats, because that is important.
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The Book Sniffer 15 Jan 17
WONDERFUL on and beautiful in the wings. Brilliant brilliant brilliant women. Such stories to tell.
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Forbes Masson 14 Jun 16
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BespokeRedmayne Jul 5
These photos of chatting up 95-year-old children’s/young readers’ author at the are lovely. Those who witnessed their meeting emphasized how lucky HE was to meet her, + you can see his delight. Details:
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Emily Drabble Jun 18
Today I went to the followed by ’s birthday party. I met and chatted to so many amazing people all day HOWEVER I forgot my phone so couldn’t tweet or take photos (I also got lost as I couldn’t use google maps) but I kind of enjoyed it!
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Cats Protection Jun 14
Happy birthday to one of Cats Protection’s favourite authors, the pawsome Judith Kerr!
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Sarah McIntyre 28 Mar 17
Finally getting to read this book; been meaning to for AGES! Love the little drawings.
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Louise JohnsShepherd 30 Oct 17
Monday morning, sun is shining and then there's this lovely, inspirational woman
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Pamela Butchart Jun 14
🎂HAPPY BIRTHDAY to my absolute most fav author in the whole wide world EVER! If it wasn’t for Judith Kerr’s MOG books, I might never have become a children’s author. Thank you, Judith! Happy 95th birthday! 💐
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The Week Junior Schools Jun 19
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Emily Drabble 6 Jul 16
Judith Kerr awarded lifetime achievement prize at London zoo what an amazing woman!
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Alex T Smith 6 Jul 16
So delighted for . The Tiger Who Came To Tea was the first book I loved so much I'd hug it. ❤️🐯☕️
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Helen A. 15 Jan 17
, author of Mog books,The Tiger Who Came to Tea, & Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit, reminiscing wonderfully on
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BarnesKidsLitFest 7 Jul 16
We LOVE this tribute to our 'national treasure' by for her Lifetime Award
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Costa Jul 2
Never did I think that over thirty yrs after I had read 's 'The Tiger Who Came to Tea' that I would be here today with my students to to hear her story in person
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HarperCollins Children's Books 12 Jul 16
There are so many to pick from, but which is your favourite book? We can't choose!
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Nicolette Jones Nov 4
And to watch out for in today's , 's up-to-the-minute picturebook Mummy Time, by an author/illustrator who is 95. About a mother who is on the phone all the time she is in the park with her child.
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David Walliams 5 Jul 17
With the world's second funniest David & the legendary author & illustrator at the summer party.
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