Judith Kerr (b.14 June 1923, Berlin, Germany - d. 22 May 2019, London, England) OBE was an author and illustrator of children's books, most famous for The Tiger Who Came to Tea, Mog and When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit.
Tropes associated with Judith Kerr include:
- The Fashionista: Kerr was often seen in striking and beautiful outfits in public events to the extent that the Children's literature organisation Seven Stories have maintained an archive of her wardrobe.
- War Refugees: was famously one herself as a child during World War II to London with her family as her father was a writer critical of the Nazi Party as they were on the rise. Her semi-autobiographical work, When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit is fictionalized account of the refugee experience.