This book centers around a little girl who dresses as a cat. She is convinced that her mother must be a witch for a few reasons -- she has potions in the bathroom, can make all injuries better and can grow food! Her daughter, therefore, must have the important job of being a witch's cat.
This is a sweet little book. It's fun to look at how the daughter interprets her mother's life, but my favorite part is the illustrations. Muncaster builds scenes using paper, fabric, and small toys, then photographs these scenes as the book's illustrations. Drawings are still mixed in on the paper for the characters as well as some props, but the mixed media aspect gives a little more interest to the pages. It is about a witch and a witch's cat, but isn't solely a Halloween book.