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Heidi Heckelbeck in Disguise

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Heidi Heckelbeck in Disguise

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Aug 7, 2012


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The perfect book for a little bit of Halloween fun, Heidi Heckelbeck is already a witch, so what will she be for Halloween? Even worse than her costume conundrum, Heidi hates seeing other people dress up as witches as if they know what it's like to be a witch!

So when her rival Melanie Maplethorpe decides to dress up as a witch for Halloween, Heidi hatches the perfect plan to get back at her. Heidi dresses up as Melanie for Halloween and acts just like her, pointing out just how mean it is to pretend to be someone like that. However, Heidi takes her Melanie act a little too far, upsetting her friends and hurting their feelings. Now Heidi has to apologize, but she's worried her friends won't forgive her.

This book is perfect for new readers looking for a more grown-up format and holds a heartfelt lesson about being who you are and not letting other people bother you. The chapter-book format, easy-to-read language, and helpful illustrations will help your little readers start reading on their own.

Aug 7, 2012

Sobre el autor

Wanda Coven has always loved magic. When she was little, she used to make secret potions from smooshed shells and acorns. Then she would pretend to transport herself and her friends to enchanted places. Now she visits other worlds through writing. Wanda lives with her husband and son in San Jose, California. They have three cats: Hilda, Agnes, and Claw-dia.

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And one big ol’ grump-a-saurus!

Heidi Heckelbeck was the only witch who didn’t like Halloween. Well, to be honest, she did like the spooky decorations and the candy. She even liked carving pumpkins, which she was doing right now. But there was one thing that wrecked Halloween for Heidi: people who dressed up as witches.


I don’t get it, said Heidi as she scooped stringy pumpkin goop from her pumpkin. Real witches are nothing like the witches you read about in story­books.

What do you mean? asked her little brother, Henry, as he squeezed a fistful of pumpkin seeds into a mixing bowl.

Everyone thinks that witches have warts and fly on broomsticks, said Heidi.

Well, some do, said Mom.

But most of them don’t, Heidi said. I think it’s weird when people dress up as witches. It’s like they’re making fun of us—and it bugs me.


So dress up as something else, said Henry. You could be a pirate, like me!

No thanks, Heidi said. This year I’m going to skip Halloween.

Are you crazy? asked Henry. You won’t get any FREE candy!

Oh, drat, thought Heidi. Henry is right. I love candy, but I won’t get any if I skip Halloween. But the idea of trick-or-treating with kids dressed as witches is worse. Halloween is off for me. Then she looked at Henry with sweet, puppy-dog eyes.


Will you share your Halloween candy with me? asked Heidi.

"HELLO. Did your brain

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