Tagged: Judith Kerr

Cumberbatch and Walliams to star in Tiger Who Came to Tea adaptation

Benedict Cumberbatch, David Walliams, Tamsin Greig, David Oyelowo and Paul Whitehouse will star in the upcoming TV adaptation of Judith Kerr’s classic picture book The Tiger... Read more

David Walliams narrates Judith Kerr's final book

David Walliams has narrated the audiobook of The Curse of the School Rabbit (HarperCollins), written and illustrated by Judith Kerr.... Read more

Redmayne celebrates Kerr at HarperCollins summer party

HarperCollins UK c.e.o. Charlie Redmayne celebrated Judith Kerr and paid tribute to Bob Bradford at the publisher's annual summer party last night.... Read more

Publishing world pays tribute to 'extraordinary' Judith Kerr

Figures from across the children’s book world have been paying tribute to the “extraordinary” Judith Kerr, following her death at the age of 95.... Read more

Judith Kerr dies aged 95; tributes paid to Tiger Who Came to Tea author

Judith Kerr, illustrator and writer of children’s favourites including The Tiger Who Came to Tea, has died at the age of 95.... Read more

Sally Rooney's Normal People takes Book of the Year at British Book Awards

​Faber emerged victorious at the British Book Awards 2019, with Sally Rooney’s Normal People scooping the coveted Book of the Year award. ... Read more

HarperCollins to unveil new Judith Kerr fiction at Bologna

HarperCollins Children’s Books will present a new fiction title from Judith Kerr, entitled The Curse of the School Rabbit, at next week’s Bologna Children’s Book Fair.... Read more

Pictures of the week

In this week's pictures round-up Tony Robinson visits a primary school in Leicester, while Bart van Es scoops the Costa Book of the Year gong... Read more

Pictures of the year

Our 2018 pictures round-up features a young Audrey Hepburn, the Slumflower, the London Review Bookshop's 15th birthday, a tiger and a Donald Trump protest. Read more

HarperCollins pairs with Yoto for Mog audio tool

Audio story company Yoto is offering a series of ‘smart cards’ based on Judith Kerr’s classic character Mog thanks to a partnership with HarperCollins Children’s... Read more

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