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Storybook Heroes No 9: Mog

Meet the brilliant fictional characters who have become timeless classics in the world of children's books


Posted: 25 March 2013
by Catherine O'Dolan

Mog
Mog by Judith Kerr

Name Mog

Born 1970

Defining moment "Once there was a cat called Mog and she lived with a family called Thomas. Mog was nice but not very clever. She didn't understand a lot of things. A lot of other things she forgot. She was a very forgetful cat."

Why we love Mog

* She's a dopey old thing, who's accident-prone and very forgetful.

* Judith Kerr's illustrations have a kitsch Seventies' feel with A-line skirts, kinky boots and mummies with flicked-up hairdos.

* Mog is always getting into scrapes, but the worst anyone in the family ever says is "Bother that cat!"

Mog by Judith Kerr is published by HarperCollins.  


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