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I Am a Witch's Cat Hardcover – July 22, 2014
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From School Library Journal
PreS-Gr 2—A child dressed as a cat is just certain that her mom is a good witch. What other explanation is there for the strange potions she keeps in the bathroom? There are also the eyeballs and fingers she buys from the grocery store and the magical herbs she grows for the bubbling brews. She cackles with her friends while exchanging books and even whirls around a broomstick once a week. Mom has to be a witch, and every good witch deserves a black cat who adores her and serves as her faithful sidekick. Created with a variety of media, including fabric, watercolor, and pen and ink, this masterly book has tiny, almost three-dimensional scenes that will leave readers lingering on each page to soak in all the details. The illustrations are bright and whimsical, filling the pages in perfect synergy with the text. Children will love the idea that their parent might have a top-secret, super-cool life. This charming title will be a hit year-round.—Amy Shepherd, St. Anne's Episcopal School, Middleton, DE
From the Back Cover
Every good witch needs a black cat.
This is the story of one special cat and her good witch: a perfect twosome, whether they are mixing potions, growing magical plants, or dreaming of wild broomstick rides under a full moon.
Harriet Muncaster's warm, whimsical illustrations celebrate the playfulness of mother-daughter relationships everywhere.
Top customer reviews
This book has more words than the sequel, giving it a bit more substance for reading. Still an easy read for children.
Also! Aside from the dustcover description, there is no mention whether the child in the story is a boy or a girl, so any child can imagine themselves as the "black cat".