A mother witnesses Nanny in some peculiar situations. Convinced Nanny is a witch, she is determined to report her. When "strange" things begin happening to her, she learns things are not always what they seem to be.
Professor Everett decides he needs to get away from the books and spend more time outdoors. He enlists a golf instructor but the results are comedic rather than skillfull. He discovers he is a better teacher than student.
At fourteen, Hal thinks he would be able to meet his Uncle for a fishing excursion many miles away all, by himself. Everett thinks he's too young, but other, younger boys are doing it, so he gives Hal some money and tickets to ride the bus out there. However, a man stops him at the depot and sob stories him out of his money.
The children complain about Nanny's car, Arabella. Nanny suggests a ploy where they shop for a new car so the children can appreciate Arabella. Nanny ends up with another car before the children realize they loved Arabella. Is it too late?