An exhibition based on classic children’s book The Tiger Who Came to Tea is due to open.
The show, based on Judith Kerr’s beloved illustrated story – first published in 1968 – will run at Leicestershire’s Charnwood Museum until 5 March.
It will feature illustrations from the collection of Seven Stories, the National Centre for Children’s Books.
Organisers described it as a “unique opportunity”.
The exhibition will feature a reproduction of scenes from the story, such as the kitchen belonging to the book’s main character, Sophie, where the Tiger wreaks havoc by eating all the food in the cupboards, drinking all the water in the taps and, notoriously, swigging all of Daddy’s beer.
There will be a 4ft (1.2m) cuddly tiger, dressing up, puzzles and games.