Judith Kerr fled Nazi Germany in 1933 aged nine years old, and began drawing as a refugee in Switzerland and France. Her first picture book, 'The Tiger Who Came to Tea', has been delighting families since it was published in 1968 and many young readers will be fond of her 'Mog' series. This exhibition looks at Kerr's experience as a refugee settling in London and how she became an artist and storyteller. It includes pictures she drew as a child, illustrations from her semi-autobiographical novels 'Out of the Hitler Time' and a great deal of original artwork. Visitors are also invited to discover (or rediscover) her most famous books by having tea with a life-size tiger or curling up with a book in Mog's basket. Storytelling will take place daily at 10.30am. The exhibition is included in the museum entry price.