This unique book presents delicious recipes from witches around the world. Every dish has one thing in common: the main ingredients are children! Many witches have contributed, from Barfa Stew-Wart in the United States, India's favourite Kideeta Skingh and Britain's own Janie Groviller.Featuring a short introduction to each recipe by the general editor Esmelia Sniff (who despises all her contributors and also suffers from severe incontinence), each witch introduces herself (giving a little backstory) and presents her recipe.The text is written with a variety of voices, each more preposterous than the last and written to appeal to children, but with many jokes that will make this a hit with adults too. The darkness of the subject matter is offset with laugh-out-loud humour and the absurdity of the witches' characters. Designed to resemble a witchy version of a modern cookbook, it is illustrated throughout with stunning drawings of the witches and their dishes.This title presents an hilarious send up of an established format. It is superbly illustrated. It will appeal to children and adults alike. It makes laugh-out-loud funny.