Direct from a smash hit West End season, Judith Kerr‘s The Tiger Who Came to Tea has returned to the stage, celebrating its tenth year as a spectacular kid’s play – and we’ve got a short interview with the book’s… Read More ›
Lupus Films has announced that Channel 4 has commissioned the new hand-drawn animated special they are co-producing with HarperCollins Children’s Books UK, of Judith Kerr’s The Tiger Who Came to Tea, which will air this Christmas.
On sale this week from their street vendors is The Big Issue 1257, which cover features one of the most iconic images in children’s literature: art from Tiger who came to Tea by author Judith Kerr. Inside, you can read a… Read More ›
One smashing show screened over the Christmas break was on Channel 4, with author and comedian David Walliams presenting Britain’s Favourite Children’s Books chosen by author, critic and broadcaster and Sunday Times Children’s Books Reviewer Nicolette Jones. You can watch the programme… Read More ›
You’ll just have to excuse this temporary aberration given my usual grumpy self, but I’m afraid I’ve been totally blown away by this year’s Sainsbury’s Christmas advert starring Mog the Cat, the creation of world renowned author and illustrator Judith Kerr,… Read More ›
Tube Surfing: Anne Kirkbride’s cartoon connections, digital Charlie Hebdo launched and a new Joe Decie interview
Here’s a quick round up of short comics news items that have caught our eye on Twitter and other social media over the past few days… • The Hemel Gazette reports that veteran artist Fred Jefferies, 85, a cartoonist since 1962, has created… Read More ›