The Tiger Who Came to Tea

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Harper Collins, Dec 1, 2002 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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While Sophie and her mother are sitting down to tea one afternoon, the doorbell rings. A big, furry, stripy tiger has come for tea ... and sandwiches, and buns, and biscuits ... and eats all the food in the house until there's nothing left to cook for Daddy's supper.

Judith Kerr's reassuring and funny story -- with just a hint of anarchy -- has been delighting children since its first publication thirty-five years ago. This modern classic has gone on to sell over three million copies worldwide, making it one of the most popular picture books for children ever written.

  

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Review: The Tiger Who Came to Tea

User Review  - Stacey Seaborne - Goodreads

I really enjoyed reviewing this book as this was one of my favourite stories as a child and I still enjoy it now. Sophie is at home in the kitchen with her Mother having tea, when suddenly there is a ... Read full review

Review: The Tiger Who Came to Tea

User Review  - Jonathan Fowle - Goodreads

The Tiger Who Came To Tea, by Judith Kerr, is a children's classic and a book that they will enjoy over and over again. One day Sophie and her mother are having tea, when suddenly, there is a knock at ... Read full review

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Judith Kerr is one of the best-loved children's authors of the twentieth century. Judith Kerr's books about Mog, the loveable, accident-prone cat, have entertained countless children for more than thirty years and sold over three million copies worldwide. Judith Kerr is well loved for her classic picture book 'The Tiger Who Came to Tea' which has sold over two million copies. Judith Kerr's first novel, 'When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit', won the prestigious Jugendbuchpreis in Germany and has sold over 500,000 copies.

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