Heidi Heckelbeck and the Cookie Contest

Heidi Heckelbeck and the Cookie Contest Heidi Heckelbeck mixes up a magical cookie concoction in a new whimsically witchy adventure that s perfect for beginning readers Heidi can t wait to enter the famous Heckelbeck Chocolate Chunk Cookies

  • Title: Heidi Heckelbeck and the Cookie Contest
  • Author: Wanda Coven Priscilla Burris
  • ISBN: 9781442441668
  • Page: 330
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Heidi Heckelbeck mixes up a magical cookie concoction in a new whimsically witchy adventure that s perfect for beginning readers Heidi can t wait to enter the famous Heckelbeck Chocolate Chunk Cookies in the annual cookie contest at Brewster Elementary But when Melanie Maplethorpe laughs and says that Heidi s cookies are blah, Heidi decides they could use a little magiHeidi Heckelbeck mixes up a magical cookie concoction in a new whimsically witchy adventure that s perfect for beginning readers Heidi can t wait to enter the famous Heckelbeck Chocolate Chunk Cookies in the annual cookie contest at Brewster Elementary But when Melanie Maplethorpe laughs and says that Heidi s cookies are blah, Heidi decides they could use a little magic The result of Heidi s revised recipe is sure to steal the show but wait what s that strange smell The Heidi Heckelbeck series is perfect for readers who want a grown up format but are not quite ready for lengthy chapter books With easy to read language and illustrations on almost every page, the Heidi Heckelbeck chapter books are perfect for beginning readers.

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    928 thoughts on “Heidi Heckelbeck and the Cookie Contest”

    1. Great for youngstersMy 6 year old really enjoys listening, however it is a little hard to read by herself. Especially since the Heidi H. books contain a lot of text and not so much illustrations and at 6, she's not a fluent reader yet. Contemporary stories, just long enough to keep children's attention.



    2. My 7-year old’s rating and review. “I wish I could taste Lucy Lancaster’s sugar cookies! The chocolate chunk cookies sounded good, but only before Heidi did her spell! It was a cool book.”



    3. This book shows imagination,spirit,and courage. It's silly it's funny and sometimes you can get a little carried away.Riley 8, January 20 2018.



    4. Heidi Heckelbeck enters a cookie contest with her family's favorite cookie recipe, but after hearing how everyone else's recipe has exciting ingredients such as fruity polka dots or toffee and with exciting names like Heavenly Surprise, Heidi decides her family recipe is too dull. Ignoring reassurances from her family that the recipe is just fine, Heidi, a real-life witch, uses her magic to add some pizzazz to her recipe. Only the creation is disgusting, and she loses to her friend who used a si [...]


    5. This is a simply written chapter book about a little girl named Heidi. I picked it up today because my sister's name is Heidi and it has an appealing cover. I'll be interested to see if my niece likes it The story is pretty good Heidi wants to have a stand out cookie recipe for the cookie contest but gets sidetracked by the mean girl in her class. It had a nice message about keeping it simple and doing things well, even if it doesn't seem spectacular. It would have been nice if they had included [...]


    6. 3.5* Heidi is back, and this time, she has entered a cookie contest. She decides to use her father's "Family Recipe" for Chocolate Chunk Cookies. But, once she hears about Melanie's cookies that have "special ordered" ingredients, she feels her recipe is no longer good enough. She decides to "one-up" Melanie by adding all sorts of weird things. The cookies turn out gross, and she loses the contest.


    7. Heidi has entered a cookie contest. she wants to make her dad's chocolate chunk recipe,but when she hears everyone's recipes she begins to think that hers is plain so she jazzez it up with a spell. it turns that the judges do not like it at all. it turns put good in the end Heidi learms her lesson and her best friend wins


    8. Heidi Heckelbeck titles are relatively new series that is becoming quite popular with early independent readers. In this case Heidi displays her typical ambition, creativity, and energy when she tries to create an original cookie recipe for the school contest. Humor is abundant, in part by allowing readers to anticipate, imagine, and recognize an impending disaster before the characters do.


    9. Cute new series for girls that are ready for chapter books. Heidi is a witch as her Mom and Aunt are witches and her Dad is human. But the spellcraft is very miminal in the book. It is a nice series about school, family, and friendships. Need to pick them up for the school library.


    10. Simple and well done is better than complex when it comes to cookies. I enjoy how Heidi learns a lesson in each book in this series. Also, the books are mainly realistic fiction, except for the magical spells part.


    11. My little girls are loving this series, and I like Heidi as a character. She has supportive parental figures and a fairly good relationship with her little brother. Heidi is pretty respectful to her parents and other authority figures.


    12. Still kinda preachy, and the little one complained it was too short. There are genuine funny moments for both of us, though, and I felt its length was just right (it ended right before bath time and not 30 minutes after bath time should have happened).


    13. A valuable lesson is learned in Heidi's third outing. This series continues to grow stronger with each installment. Heidi's friends (and enemies) may remain one-dimensional figures, but Heidi herself is growing to be a more realistic and understandable girl.


    14. She must win the cookie contest and she thinks the family's chocolate chunk recipe is just too boring. Another lesson to learn for this 2nd grader.






    15. Heidi enters a contest and re-imagines her father's cookie recipe to make it super extraordinary! Does she win, or will it be Smell-anie, with her toffee cookies?






    16. Grade 2 and up; illustrated. Very simple, sweet story/series about Heidi and her adventures in elementary school. Perfect for young readers who aren't quite ready for longer chapter books.



    17. Heidi is at it again.Will she bake cookies normally or will she be tempted to cast another spell to beat Melanie?


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