Without being too sentimental, Glassman presents the idea that a woman's family life and career (as a witch) combine to form her overall, good character.
My Working Mom is helpful for, well... working moms. It works for kids too. A little girl reasons through her Mom's job as a real witch. Mom always flies off to meetings, she has bad days, but she makes it to school events, albeit at the last minute. So, Mom's pretty good. In spite of a serious lack of plot, Tedd Arnold's illustrations infuse the story with his brand of fun.