The Tiger Who Came to Tea Perfect Paperback

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The Tiger Who Came to Tea Perfect Paperback
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  1. Miss R

    I don’t normally review the classics, as quite often their reputations speak for themselves (and the hundreds of others who have reviewed before me have covered it all already). But I feel compelled to post this today after hearing of the passing of the true legend that is Judith Kerr.

    In The Tiger Who Came to Tea (and Mog etc) she leaves a legacy that means she’ll never be forgotten in the literary world. I adore many children’s books but this is the one that I always think of the most fondly. It was one of my own favourites as a child, it has been a favourite of all 3 of my own children and it’s still to this day one of my favourites to share with nursery/Reception age children.

    A timeless classic to treasure generation after generation. It doesn’t surprise me it has been one of the nation’s favourites for 50 years now. RIP Judith Kerr.

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  2. Amazon Customer

    This is an absolutely lovely book. My children enjoyed the original and I am really looking forward to reading this to my grandchildren. I would note one small warning though: some of the paper engineering is a little bit difficult for younger hands, and even adults need to practice it a few times, to make sure that they don’t break the parts. It’s also worth doing a dry run, on your own, to unstick some of the movements, which are a bit tacky on a newly purchased book. Also, take care to move the correct bits: some parts open like pages, while others involve pulling ‘arrowed’ tabs. Things get a lot easier after the book has been used a few times, but it’s worth breaking it in carefully 🙂

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