David Walliams has been involved in children's animation before as a writer and voice artist. However he credits Judith Kerr with introducing him as a child to his eccentric style. He was delighted to be involved and his participation ensured the project would be treated with respect, much to Judith Kerr's relief. See more »
A beautiful re-telling of the classic book. It retains the magic of the original story, adding to the beautiful illustrations with lovely music. It's obviously pitched for very young children, as an adult remembering being read the story by my mother, I found it really touching.
It's about childhood imagination and adventure. The cat (seen at the beginning and towards the end), becomes a tiger to little Sophie.
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