Judith Kerr: I like drinking dregs of whisky from the night before

The author of The Tiger Who Came To Tea on guilty pleasures, escaping Nazi Germany and wanting to be famous Born in Berlin, Kerr, 95, fled the Nazis in 1933 and settled in England at the age of 12. She studied at the Central School of Art and Design and worked as a BBC scriptwriter. In 1968 she published her first picture book, To Tea. Her other titles include The Curse The School Rabbit, at festival on 1 June. She is a widow, has two children and lives in London. When were you happiest?When I received my scholarship to art school in 1945. What is your greatest fear?Not being able to work. Which living person do you most admire, and …