Children can take tea with a life-size Tiger and curl up in Mog's basket to read one of Judith Kerr's classic picture books and discover the childhood drawings of a girl escaping Hitler's Germany. As well as featuring almost 80 years of original artwork, the museum has invited the the authoress to speak.
On 26 July, Judith will be speaking on her life and work in this conversation with the The Sunday Times' Children's Book Editor, Nicolette Jones. This event is aimed particularly at children.
On 10 September, Judith will be in conversation with The Guardian Book Editor, Claire Armitstead, discussing the real-life stories behind her words and pictures. Suitable for ages 9+
Everything you need to know about Judith Kerr
Author Judith Kerr's life story could fill the pages of many books. Originally born in Berlin as to an influential German-Jewish theatre critic, she and her family escaped Germany in 1933 just before the Nazis came to power after her father openly criticised the party. Her father's books were burned by the Nazis after the family fled the country, first to Switzerland and then to France, before arriving in Britain where Judith Kerr has lived ever since.
|What||Tiger, Mog and Pink Rabbit: A Judith Kerr Retrospective|
|Where||Jewish Museum, Raymond Burton House, 129-131 Albert Street , London , NW1 7NB | MAP|
|Nearest tube||Camden Town (underground)|
29 Jun 15 – 14 Oct 15, 12:00 AM
On 26 Jul 15, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
On 10 Sep 15, 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM
|Website||Click here for more information and to book|