Guardian Feature: Judith Kerr, author of The Tiger Who Came to Tea |

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A special feature on Judith Kerr
by Guardian books editor Claire Armistead...
Highly Recommended

...One of Kerr's great strengths as a writer and illustrator is her grasp of the difference between a child's-eye view of reality and the authorised, adult version. The children's laureate Michael Rosen points out that in The Tiger Who Came to Tea, "Judith has created a totally feasible unfeasible experience, the juxtaposition of two realities in a way that would be impossible in our world. The result is both very funny and slightly unsettling." ...

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