Book Review: Crimson Twill- Witch in the City

Crimson Twill by Kallie George

Crimson Twill: Witch in the City
by Kallie George, Birgitta Sif  (illustrator)

5 out of 5 stars

Crimson is different from other witches. She doesn’t want to wear a pointy hat; she wants a hat with a bow. She doesn’t like black dresses; she wants a dress with pretty polka dots. When Crimson accompanies her mother to the department store, Broomingdale’s, Crimson wants to shop for something unique that will reflect her own style. But she finds much more than she bargained for!

I loved this cute book! Crimson is so sweet and I loved that she is not afraid to be different. I thought the story was really positive and had good moral messages, but it was also just fun!

I liked the cute illustrations, but I felt like the art work was really dark. There are so many witches wearing black dresses, and there are lots of shadows in the background, so it made the art very dark. But the story is so light-hearted and fun, so it was an odd juxtaposition.

This book made me laugh, and I loved the hilarious writing style!

It was so interesting to find out about the world of the witches. I loved the world building with all the different types of brooms and styles of witch hats.

Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for a free and honest review. All the opinions stated here are my own true thoughts and are not influenced by anyone.

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