Cam Jansen: the Chocolate Fudge Mystery #14

Cam Jansen: the Chocolate Fudge Mystery #14

David A. Adler

Language: English

Pages: 64

ISBN: 0142402117

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


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 while selling candy door-to-door. Cam and Eric are knocking on doors to sell candy for their school fund-raiser when Cam notices that there is a full trash can outside of a house that is supposed to be empty. Could someone be hiding inside? Cam is going to find out!  

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.

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were along the side of the house. Both were empty. Cam walked ahead. Then she stopped. She held out her hand and Eric stopped, too. She put her finger in front of her mouth so that he would be quiet. They listened. They heard the sounds of coins and keys jingling. Someone was walking behind them and was getting closer. Jingle. Jingle. “What should we do?” Eric asked. Cam looked across the backyard. It was surrounded by a metal fence. Jingle. Cam whispered, “Let’s run around the back of

and the garbage she was carrying was from this house. There is someone hiding in there and I’m going to find out who it is.” Chapter Five Cam quickly went next door. She found a spot in the Millers’ yard where she could see between the hedge and the fence. She sat on the grass and watched the back of the yellow house. “Why is she so sure that someone is hiding here?” Mr. Jansen asked Eric. Eric shrugged his shoulders and shook his head. He didn’t know. “And where did she go?” Eric shook

and the garbage she was carrying was from this house. There is someone hiding in there and I’m going to find out who it is.” Chapter Five Cam quickly went next door. She found a spot in the Millers’ yard where she could see between the hedge and the fence. She sat on the grass and watched the back of the yellow house. “Why is she so sure that someone is hiding here?” Mr. Jansen asked Eric. Eric shrugged his shoulders and shook his head. He didn’t know. “And where did she go?” Eric shook

said. “The Pells’ nephew may be in the house. I’ve never met him, but I know he’s a writer. Mrs. Pell has told me that he has trouble finding a quiet place to work.” “Let’s go outside and see if Jennifer has seen anyone,” Mr. Miller said. Mr. Jansen and Eric waited while Mrs. Miller took off her apron and hung it in the closet. She put on a straw hat with a wide brim. They all walked to the backyard. Eric sat on the grass next to Cam. The Millers and Mr. Jansen stood next to them. Mr. Jansen

closed. “Let’s keep looking,” Officer Robinson said. “It shouldn’t be so difficult to find a woman here carrying a suitcase.” Then, just beyond the dairy case Eric stopped. “Look,” he said and pointed to a suitcase, a blue raincoat, a wig of brown hair, and a pair of dark glasses lying on the floor. “She’s not carrying a suitcase anymore. We’ll never find her now.” Chapter Eight “Oh, yes, we will. We’ll find her,” Cam said. Then she closed her eyes and “clicked.” “What is she doing?”

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