Henry Heckelbeck Never Cheats (Paperback)
Other Books in Series
This is book number 2 in the Henry Heckelbeck series.
- #1: Henry Heckelbeck Gets a Dragon (Paperback): $5.99
- #3: Henry Heckelbeck and the Haunted Hideout (Paperback): $5.99
- #4: Henry Heckelbeck Spells Trouble (Paperback): $5.99
- #5: Henry Heckelbeck and the Race Car Derby (Paperback): $5.99
Henry uses magic while playing soccer in this second Henry Heckelbeck adventure!
Henry Heckelbeck is just like any other normal kid. He plays soccer. He isn’t a huge fan of homework. He even has an older sister, Heidi.
What’s not so normal about Henry is his family. His sister and mom are magic.
Not Henry, though…he’s just a normal kid. Or is he?
Henry Heckelbeck is excited to start the soccer season. He really wants to be the teams’ goalie this year, but there’s a new star player on the team, Max Maplethorpe. Is magic the answer to being the MVP on the soccer field, or would using his Book of Spells be cheating? What’s a wizard to do?
With easy-to-read language and illustrations on almost every page, the Henry Heckelbeck chapter books are perfect for beginning readers.
About the Author
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.
Priscilla Burris has illustrated numerous books for children, parents, and teachers. She enjoys cake painting and creating art for products that include murals, greeting cards, and rubber stamps. Priscilla lives with her family in Southern California.
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