Heidi Heckelbeck Has a Secret

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  • Title: Heidi Heckelbeck Has a Secret
  • Author: Wanda Coven Priscilla Burris
  • ISBN: 9781442440876
  • Page: 253
  • Format: Hardcover

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  1. My oldest daughter has really struggled with reading Her struggles started in 1st grade Because of this her reading level stayed at a 1 all last year during second grade as well The worst part about this was finding books at her level that weren t about frogs and teddy bears She is a typical 8 year old and loves girly things I searched high and low for books at the correct level with topics that would interest her We tried and failed many series and beginning chapter books.Finally, I found HEIDI [...]


  2. My daughter s review on her blog KK s Books ReviewsThis is a really good book for a chapter book I read it all in one night Heidi is a witch, but I didn t know she was a witch, and I thought my mom was making it up But she really is a witch She had to keep it a secret and I think I really want to try the spell, but I don t have a medallion or the eye of a gingerbread man.Heidi is homeschooled and when she has to go to a normal school she is scared and doesn t have any friends She makes one frien [...]


  3. This book pissed me off, and I ll tell you why The description on this book says it s about a girl who is a witch This is not a book about a girl who is a witch This is a book about a girl having the most mundane, generic school day ever How boring is that She pulls out a spell book on the LAST PAGE Lame o Lots of kids aren t going to make it that far, since the book doesn t really deliver.


  4. This is a great new series for young girls It has easy to read chapters, with pictures on almost every page.In this first book of the series we meet Heidi and her family Heidi has a secret, which we don t find out until the end, and it is a cliffhanger once you get to it Heidi and her younger brother, Henry, are about to go to school for the first time since they have been homeschooled Heidi is about to enter the second grade and Henry is about to start kindergarten While Henry is excited about [...]



  5. My 7 year old s rating and review I like this book a lot but I m only giving it three stars because it ended right when she was going to cast her spell and I want to find out what happened Very cute book it was at a great reading level that he could read and understand on his own as a first grader Lots of adorable illustrations We are excited to continue the series


  6. Heidi wakes up in a grouchy, grumpy gloomy mood After being homeschooled with her younger brother, her mother decides it s time for Heidi to start second grade in the public school Heidi isn t very happy about the new arrangement, even her favorite outfit of black jean skirt with striped black and white striped tights isn t enough to cheer her up To make things worse, on Heidi s first day she gets picked on by meanie Melanie What s a girl to do Heidi decides it s time to pull out her special Spe [...]


  7. I m not a big fan of these I understand that starting at a school is hard but Heidi was incredibly negative, there was no hope or optimism to be found AND it ends in the middle of the story I can understand cliffhangers in books for older kids and teens but I really feel that this will leave the younger ones without that feeling of accomplishment they need to get when they finish a book Make them like your book so much they want to read the next one, not because you stopped in the middle of a pl [...]


  8. Eliza loved this story I read it outloud to her and a visiting cousin It is a chapter book but has a picture nearly every page I was not expecting what the secret was at the end and am wondering where the author is going with it Eliza wants to read of these.


  9. Heidi Heckelbeck has a secret is a fun children s fantasy novel about Heidi, a secret witch Heidi and her younger brother Henry have been homeschooled their entire lives This year, their parents have decided to send them to real school, Brewster elementary school Heidi is in the second grade and Henry is in kindergarten Heidi is very skeptical of school, but Henry is really excited At school, Heidi is befriended by Lucy Lancaster, and bullied by mean girl, Melanie Maplethorpe After a first day f [...]


  10. Heidi Heckelbeck has always been homeschooled, but now she s going to public school for the first time in second grade And it is not a good experience There s a mean girl, a play she has to perform in even though she doesn t want to, and already knowing what they are learning because her mother taught her at home I think the Heidi Heckelbeck books would have been very useful for my middle son when he went to public school for the first time in second grade and hated every minute of the half year [...]


  11. I thought this beginner chapter book was sort of misleading in terms of the summary, the whole her being a witch doesn t even enter the story until the very end Heidi s family and teachers at school seemed completely fake happy happy happy that it was hard to believe The ending just sort of dropped off I would really only recommend this to a girl who might be starting school for the first time or going to a new school Other than that, not really a fan.


  12. I love HeidiHeckelbeckI love this book.I love this author It is really really good I love this book because it is so cool and the best book I have read in my life You are a really good author.










  13. Story for middle readers 3rd 4th grade about being the new person at school and navigating in elementary school Looking forward to reading in the series.




  14. 2.5 starsMy students like this series than I do however, I will say that it s an okay read aloud The prose tends to flow pretty well in that regard.


  15. I purchased several books in this series for my K 5 library and have been tickled at how popular they are becoming I have both boys and girls reserving copies enough so that I plan to add a few to the collection Now, as to my rating, if I rated it based on my students reactions, I would give it a 5 Love it when I find a series that gets them excited The 3 is my personal rating and based largely on the left hook that came out of nowhere I had totally forgotten that Heidi is supposed to be a witc [...]


  16. The library I work at just got this whole series on order, and I wanted to check it out so I would know what it was like to recommend it The advertising for this series leans heavily on the fact that it is a very friendly low level read that is packaged in a way that makes it feel grown up I can picture the pride on a child s face when they finish and can say I read a 100 page book all by myself The series itself has some promise I see the appeal of the witch trying to use her powers to navigat [...]


  17. Heidi Heckelbeck will be starting second grade at Brewster Elementary School However, she is definitely not excited about school at all In fact, she has NEVER been to school Heidi and her younger brother, Henry, have been homeschooled by their mother So, Heidi is very nervous about her first day at a real school As she sits at her very own desk, in her second grade classroom, Heidi notices a girl beside her making mean faces Miss Melanie Maplethorpe aka Meanie Melanie Heidi tries to be friends, [...]


  18. Heidi and her brother have always been homeschooled Now they are going to a traditional school and Heidi isn t very happy about it Heidi is starting 2nd grade and her brother, Henry, is going into Kindergarten On the first day of 2nd grade, Heidi meets a super mean girl, Melanie, and never fully recovers from her negative attitude the rest of the day She does meet a nice friend and survives the day, but she never really perks up until the end of the book when she pulls out a book of spells Will [...]


  19. I was SO excited the whole time I read this book Finally, a book about a NORMAL girl, with no ridiculous quirks Don t get me wrong, I enjoy a few of the quirky girls, but I feel they have taken over and left nothing for our normal girls to read I enjoyed this so much that I read it in two sittings, which is NOT my norm I loved the way Heidi lived out the emotions of being the new girl in school, the target of a bully, and the hope for a new friend to a sweet classmate I loved her relationship wi [...]