Judith Kerr, a lifetime creating dearly loved books

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Judith Kerr, with the tiger who came to tea. Photo credit: Guy Bell/Rex/Shutterstock

Judith Kerr has received a lifetime achievement award from UK literary charity Book Trust.

This is the second time this prize has been awarded. The first honouree was author/illustrator Shirley Hughes.

Kerr is the author and illustrator best known for her picture books The Tiger Who Came to Tea and the Mog series, as well the biographical trilogy that begins with the excellent When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit.

Read more here.

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