"Do You Think She's A Witch?" is the perfect little book to get anyone in the mood for Halloween. The story follows a few kids as they follow a lady who they believe to be a witch, as she is followed by three adorable cats. There is a lot of following done in this book.
This book is simply perfection! It would be great and entertaining for all ages, but especially for kids and Halloween lovers! The perspective from which the narration is presented is highly dramatic, which makes for an exceptionally fun read. And then... there's the anticipation. The readers literally shiver with antici... pation! Is she really a witch? What is she going to do? Will she turn the kids into fleas? Just wait and see.
The story is short, hence why this book is perfect for children of all ages (maybe not toddlers, as they do need to focus on the story a bit and to follow it properly). It rhymes too, which makes it really fun to read. The illustrations are gorgeous and perfect for this story, plus they are tremendously comical. The cats are simply hilarious and they are a comical focus point of the illustrations. Each illustration is well crafted and thoughtful, there are a lot of vivid colours used and there is a lot of movement present in each of them. They really do bring the story to life.
My only teeny tiny complaint would be the entire layout of the book - I am not sure if this is how it's printed, but the words on a blank page followed by an illustration felt a bit lacking. It didn't really flow well together. But nonetheless, that doesn't really take anything away from the story.
"Do You Think She's A Witch?" is really enjoyable not only for the dramatic fun and comical illustrations, but also because of the message it has, which is never to judge someone by their looks or clothes.
I'm Andreea, book lover raised in a library by my librarian aunt (and baby-sitter). Books are my favourite gifts to receive and I love to read pretty much everything from non-fiction to new adult, but my all time favourites are fantasy and science fiction.