First up: here we have Strawberry Shortcake innocently shopping in her striped tights and red skirt and Mary Janes and although we can't see her face, we can infer from the coloring book caption that she's having an AWESOME TIME because she just loves to shop. Isn't that great? (We can talk about the sexist subtext later.)
Then, out of nowhere, a statement about witches gets thrown down on the page. Huh? There are no witches in the Strawberry Shortcake universe! WHAT THE HELL IS GOING ON HERE?
Now, I'm aware of the kid's book "The Witch Who Was Afraid of Witches," and maybe the person coloring the page was writing the title down to remember for later, but that answer is just seems TOO EASY, my friends. I'd like to think there's a deeper meaning here - that Strawberry is not just a shopping bag-toting, fruit hat-wearing layabout, but a pensive, complicated figure who, deep down, is afraid of her darker side - a side that she hasn't been able to show her cupcake-eating, flower-sniffing friends for fear of judgment and ridicule. Just think about it.
What does this mean? Did Christopher Columbus HIMSELF like dreams? Or was someone else having "Christopher Columbus-like" dreams? What would a Columbus-like dream consist of, anyway? Boats? Oceans? The wanton destruction of a race of people fueled by greed and misplaced imperialism? WE NEED MORE INFORMATION.
The moral of the story is: keep your eyes open. Sometimes the library has little secrets for us to discover and share. (Sure, sometimes the secrets are horrifying and you wish to un-see them, but that doesn't change the fact that they are THERE.)