Dad of Divas' Reviews: Book Review - Twitchy Witchy Itch

Tuesday, October 5, 2021

Book Review - Twitchy Witchy Itch

Twitchy Witchy Itch

About the Book

Visual hijinks abound as a nervous witch gets swept away with trying to tidy up before company comes—only to discover that being with friends is what really matters.

Tick, tock! Three cups.
Tick, tock! Three saucers.
With nine minutes left, everything was ready.
Or was it?

Itch the witch is having company over for tea. As the clock counts down to tea o’clock, Itch’s mind is in a tizzy: is her house too twitchy? Is her home too itchy? Zipping and zooming, dusting and brooming, Itch sweeps and bewitches the mess away (just in the nick of time). But as soon as her two guests walk in, Itch’s housekeeping comes unraveled. How will Itch tame such an itchy, glitchy, fidgety mess? Rising star Priscilla Tey uses computer-aided design (and evokes familiar computer glitches) to present a delightfully meta, intricately illustrated story that dazzles as it amuses.

My Take on the Book
I loved this book. Not only do you get amazing illustrations, but there is also a great message throughout the book that really allows you to understand that you should be yourself and not try to make yourself someone you are not. The author does a great job at using a fun cadence to draw you in and really talks about friendship, being true to yourself, and more. This is a great book not only for Halloween but really for any time during the year. 

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