Judith Kerr

Kerr at the 2016 [[Berlin International Literature Festival]] Anna Judith Gertrud Helene Kerr (surname pronounced ; 14 June 1923 – 22 May 2019) was a Jewish, German-born British writer and illustrator whose books sold more than 10 million copies around the world. She created both enduring picture books such as the ''Mog'' series and ''The Tiger Who Came to Tea'' and acclaimed novels for older children such as the semi-autobiographical ''When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit'', which gave a child's-eye view of escaping Hitler's persecution in the Second World War. Born in the Weimar Republic, she came to Britain with her family in 1935 to escape persecution during the rise of the Nazis. Provided by Wikipedia
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