Judith Kerr in conversation

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Part of STORYSTOCK

 Author and illustrator Judith Kerr shares the real life stories behind her words and pictures.
 
Judith’s semi-autobiographical novel When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit, based on her family’s escape from Nazi Germany, is now a set text in German schools. Her much-loved Mog stories and the classic The Tiger Who Came To Tea have delighted generations of children and parents alike.With a new book, The Crocodile Under the Bed, to add to her remarkable oeuvre, Judith joins Nicolette Jones of the Sunday Times in conversation.

This event lasts one hour (including time for questions).

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@PhoebeEclair @bushtheatre @atri_rohan This was absolutely bloody brilliant. I couldn’t take my eyes off the screen… https://t.co/8yMzYUUzG6
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14 Apr
@bushtheatre's Harm was phenomenal. No lie it had me literally shouting at the screen.
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14 Apr
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13 Apr
Would HIGHLY recommend Lights Up: Harm on BBC Four, directed by the amazing @atri_rohan!
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13 Apr
That was frickin brilliant! Spellbinding storytelling. @bushtheatre Leanne Best is phenomenal. Hooray for theatre!… https://t.co/UkiK2nj46P
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13 Apr

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