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Exhibition in Newcastle celebrates author Judith Kerr's life

20 September 2013 Last updated at 15:00 BST

An exhibition celebrating the life and work of children's author Judith Kerr is going on show in Newcastle.

The exhibition showcases almost 80 years of original artwork including the book The Tiger Who Came To Tea, which was published 45 years ago.

The 90-year-old started her early career as an illustrator in London after escaping Nazi Germany.

Tiger, Mog and Pink Rabbit - A Judith Kerr Retrospective opens at Seven Stories on Saturday and runs until February 2014.

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