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A Tribute to Judith Kerr

A celebration of her life and work

Judith Kerr, beloved author and illustrator of children’s classics The Tiger who came to Tea and the Mog series was one of Britain’s most acclaimed writers. Judith fled Nazi Germany with her family in 1933, settling in the UK in 1936; she recounted the story of their plight in her semi-autobiographical When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit.

In a special event, co-curated by Jewish Book Week, JW3 and the Jewish Museum, Judith’s friends and co-creators come together to remember and celebrate her remarkable life.

7.30pm, Monday 1st July at JW3
Tickets: £5.00 to £7.00

Book Tickets


Watch Reckonings: Who Cares about bringing Nazis to Justice?
from Jewish Book Week 2019

Congratulations to Mary Fulbrook

who has won the 2019 Wolfson History Prize for her ground-breaking book, Reckonings: Legacies of Nazi Persecution and the Quest for Justice.

Watch Mary’s event, with fellow panellists Eli Rosenbaum and Philip Rubenstein, chaired by Joshua Rozenberg, at Jewish Book Week 2019

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