Kitch was an ordinary witch’s cat, but his beloved mistress, Willa was no ordinary witch. The rest of the coven called her cowardy custard, And even Kitch had to admit, his witch was a bit of a scaredy-cat.
Poor, long-suffering Kitch! It’s not easy for a cat, living with a twitchy witch. But as Kitch comes to discover, love and loyalty can move even the most fearful person to undertake feats of great bravery.
‘Any little witches looking forward to celebrating Hallowe’en …
will certainly chuckle at this very funny and beautifully illustrated
story.’ - Eastern Daily Press 25 October 2005
‘Small children will enjoy the lively language – rhyme and assonance are used to good effect’ - School Library Journal, Spring 2006