Cam Jansen and the Mystery Writer Mystery (Cam Jansen #27)
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No mystery is too great for super-sleuth Cam Jansen and her amazing photographic memory!
Mysteries follow super-sleuth Cam Jansen everywhere she goes...even to the book fair. Cam Jansen, her friends, and their parents are at school for a book fair. Everyone's favorite mystery writer, Jim E. Winter, is also there, signing books. During the signing, Danny's parents discover their car is missing. Was it stolen? Jim E. Winter thinks he can solve the mystery, but so does supersleuth Cam. Who will solve it first?
The Cam Jansen books are perfect for young readers who are making the transition to chapter books, and Cam is a spunky young heroine whom readers have loved for over two decades.
be there when Jim E. Winter solves this mystery.” Eric said, “I’m going, too.” “I have to do something with these books,” Cam said. “I didn’t pay for them. I can’t take them out of the gym.” “And I have to get my dad,” Beth said. “I’ll have to tell him I’m going outside.” Cam and the other children put their books on a table near the entrance. Beth got her dad. Then Cam, Eric, Diane, Danny, Beth, and their parents all followed Jim E. Winter out of the gym. They followed him to room 17 for
coatrack. He took off his raincoat and hat and hung them up. Then he turned and faced Danny’s father. “Your car was stolen,” Jim E. Winter said. “That’s what happened to it. Now you must call the police. And I have to sign more books.” Jim E. Winter quickly left the room. “Hey,” Mr. Pace said. “He didn’t solve this mystery. If he did, I would have my car.” Danny turned to Cam. “Now it’s up to you,” he said. “It’s up to you to find my dad’s car.” Chapter Five Danny’s father took out a
Officer Gray reached into her pocket and took out a set of car keys. “Are you left-handed?” Cam asked. “Yes, I am, but how did you know?” “You keep your keys in your left pocket,” Cam explained. “That’s very interesting,” Officer Gray said, “but we really must go.” Cam closed her eyes. She said, “Click!” Then, with her eyes still closed, she said, “And, Mr. Pace, are you right-handed?” “Yes, I am,” Danny’s father said. “I know that,” Cam said with her eyes still closed, “because when Jim
The two police officers stopped. They turned and waited. “I think I saw him,” Cam said with her eyes still closed. “I think I saw the thief.” “Where did you go?” Cam’s mother asked her. “I told you to stay in the gym.” “Mom, we both saw him. When you drove into the school parking lot, you had to stop. A man was walking across the road.” “Yes, of course,” Mrs. Jansen said. “Who else but a thief would be walking in such horrible weather?” Officer Oppen had his pad out again. “Can you
of the car. We’ll shine a big light on him. You’ll be able to see him. But don’t worry. The light will be shining in his eyes. He won’t be able to see you.” “Well,” Mrs. Jansen said, “that sounds safe.” Cam joined Officers Oppen and Gray by the door to the school. Officer Oppen held a large light. He pointed it at a short fat man in a light-brown raincoat. Two police officers were standing beside him. Cam closed her eyes. She said, “Click!” She looked at the picture she had in her head of the