Third-grader Katie Carew feels torn between her two best friends, but after wishing she were someone else, she morphs into Lucille, the lunchroom lady, and experiences life from the other side of the counter, with unexpected results.
Third-grader Katie Carew gets into trouble for breaking school rules, but when she magically turns into the school's principal and eliminates all rules, things get out of hand. Includes directions for playing Four Square, Statue Tag, and Poison.
Katie Carew's third-grade class spends three days at science camp, where Katie magically changes places with the strict head counselor while on a hike and gets her group hopelessly lost. Includes directions for making all-natural soap on a rope.
When strict Mrs. Derkman moves next door to third-grader Katie Carew, scares her friends away, and insists she keep her dog, Pepper, on a leash, Katie finds a non-magical solution to the problem. Includes steps for teaching a dog to sit and stay.
Katie's teacher, Mrs. Derkman, hopes to win the Teacher of the Year contest, but her chances do not look good when Katie turns into her teacher and cannot keep a class full of out-of-control third-graders in line.
When Katie and Suzanne learn that their favorite band, the Bayside Boys, will perform in Cherrydale, they think their biggest problem is how to get tickets, but Katie magically turns into one of the Boys and causes the band to break up.
Fourth-grader Katie forgets to read the new book of her favorite author, Nellie Farrow, who comes to class for a discussion, but when Katie turns into Nellie, the presentation seems doomed! Includes a recipe for S'More Bananas.
When the magic wind turns fourth-grader Katie into her friend George, who has been playing practical jokes to liven up their school, she has to figure out how to get him out of trouble and sooth everyone's hurt feelings.
Fourth-grader Katie is concerned when an older girl uses live mice in a science fair project, but when Katie turns into the sixth-grader and has to run the experiment herself, she has a different opinion of the student.
Thanks to the magic wind, when the unassuming Miriam (instead of the smug Suzanne) gets the leading role in the school play, Katie soon finds herself on stage, trying to sing and remember her lines. Includes directions for making fingerprint doodles.
When they hear that their teacher, Mr. G., is cutting off his ponytail and picking up a suit, the students jump to the wrong conclusion, until Katie finds out what is really happening when she turns into Mr. G.
While her class is studying reptiles, Katie, a vegetarian, refuses to feed worms to Slinky the snake, class 4A's pet, but when the magic wind turns her into Slinky, Katie learns that some animals cannot survive on vegetables alone.
Suzanne is sick of hearning Becky brag about her pony, but she agrees to go with Katie in their class to watch Becky ride at a horse show. During the competition, Ketie gets switcherooed into Brownie. Ketie has to concentrate if she wants to help Becky win a ribbon, but there's one very big problem: She can't stop horsing around!
When Katie's interest in cheerleading and Suzanne's jealousy threaten to cause a full-fledged spirit war to break out in class 4A, the magic wind switches Katie into the body of a real cheerleader, at the top of a pyramid.