When she gets glasses, Heidi's friend Lucy gets a lot of attention at school, and eight-year-old Heidi decides that she must have glasses too, until her Aunt Trudy helps her to see that she really does not need them.
When Heidi is paired with Stanley, her worst enemy's best friend, for the Brewster Science Fair and she suddenly starts getting notes from a secret admirer, she tries to use magic to discover the note-writer's identity.
After Heidi borrows her mother's charm bracelet without permission, it gets damaged and she uses magic to try to repair it before her mother finds out, but there is a problem that only Aunt Trudy or Santa can fix.
Unlike her brother Henry who is excited to be the ring bearer in Aunt Sophie's wedding, Heidi is not looking forward to walking down the aisle in a fancy flower girl dress, but when Henry loses the ring, Heidi must stir up a spell to create a new one before the big day.
Heidi teams up with her friends to create a babysitting station at the Brewster Elementary fair, but when things do not go as smoothly as planned, Heidi turns to her Book of Spells to find the perfect magical solution.
In this first Heidi Heckelbeck super special, Heidi makes a drastic wish—but once it comes true, she finds it may not be the answer to all of her problems. When another magical spell goes wrong, Heidi makes a powerful wish: "Sometimes I wish I wasn't a witch!" But when Heidi's wish comes true, she has to figure out a way to get her magic back, while also helping her friends solve a few problems of their own. Only this time, she'll have to...
"A talent contest is being held to find the perfect student host for Brewster Elementary's weekly news program. With a little magic from her "Book of Spells, " Heidi instantly becomes famous at her school, but is she the right person for the job?"--
"Between reading, homework, school projects, and everyday life, Heidi Hecklebeck is a very busy kid. But when her busy life keeps her from remembering her best friend Bruce's birthday, Heidi has a big problem on her hands. Now her BFF is acting like she doesn't even exist! Maybe if Heidi throws a magical surprise party, then all will be forgiven"--Provided by publisher.
"When Heidi's swim team, the Little Mermaids, want to raise money for new swim caps and goggles, Heidi helps with the perfect idea: They should throw a pool party! The temperature in Brewster has been hot, hot, hot, and all the kids in town are looking for a way to cool down. With the help of her team, friends, and a little magic, Heidi brings her pool party idea to life"--Amazon.
Heidi runs for class president in this thirtieth Heidi Heckelbeck adventure! When Heidi's class needs a new president, Heidi throws her witch's hat into the ring! Now there are so many Heidi needs to do to prepare for the election. She has to make posters. She has to give a speech. And hopefully along the way she will figure out what being class president really means. Does Heidi have the magic it takes to win the vote?