The MAGIC begins at teatime
At Homepride, we love teatime, especially when there are tempting cakes, delicious biscuits and moreish muffins to enjoy.
The story of The Tiger Who Came to Tea is a firm family favourite that has delighted children for over fifty years.
Win fantastic prizes
Judith Kerr’s much-loved stories have delighted generations of children. We’d like to share this joy with you. We have 16 fantastic prizes to be won.
activity sheets & recipes
Bring Fred and the Tiger to life by downloading our activity sheets and getting creative. You can even make your own special cakes with our cake toppers.
And the best part?
We are constantly updating the activities and adding new ones all the time, so make sure to keep an eye out for them!
JOIN THE CELEBRATION OF 100 YEARS SINCE THE BIRTH OF
For HarperCollins Children’s Books, 2023 is a year-long celebration commemorating the centenary of Judith Kerr’s birth.
Born in Berlin on 14 June 1923, Judith Kerr was one of the best-loved authors and illustrators to ever put pencil to paper. The books she created, including The Tiger Who Came to Tea, have become children’s classics, loved by generations of readers.
Judith was inspired to write for her children and family is at the heart of the centenary celebrations as throughout the year, Judith will be celebrated across the country with tea parties and picnics, family trails and festivals, storytelling events and appearances by everyone’s favourite characters – Mog and the Tiger Who Came to Tea. To find out more about all the centenary activity and how you can join in visit www.tigermogandfriends.com
Illustration copyright © Kerr-Kneale Productions Ltd 1968
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