Cam Jansen: the Catnapping Mystery #18

Cam Jansen: the Catnapping Mystery #18

David A. Adler

Language: English

Pages: 64

ISBN: 0142402893

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 to a hotel. Cam is visiting her aunt Molly at a hotel when one of the guests' luggage and beloved cat, Little Tiger, go missing. The woman gave Little Tiger to a bellhop to take to her room, but the cat never arrived and now the bellhop has vanished. Where could Little Tiger be?

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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resting on a high ledge. She also saw a helicopter landing on the flat roof of a tall building. “Please help me find the Royal Hotel,” her father said. “I think it’s on the next block.” “Yes! Look!” Mrs. Jansen said, and pointed. “We must be near the hotel. There’s a bellhop.” Cam and Eric looked across the street. A man in a blue uniform with gold trim was pushing a cart loaded with luggage. The traffic light turned to red. Cam, Eric, and Cam’s parents waited at the corner for the traffic

today.” “Molly,” Mr. Jansen said very slowly. “We just got here. We haven’t done anything yet.” “Oh, my,” Aunt Molly said. “That’s right.” She smiled. “I am very confused today.” She started across the lobby. Then she turned and said, “Come with me.” Aunt Molly led them to a young man at one end of the front desk. Behind him was a rack with folders describing things to do in the city. “Good morning,” Molly said. “We’re looking for something to do.” “Something exciting,” Mrs. Jansen added.

“My Little Tiger is such a sweet and gentle little cat.” “Little cat!” Cam, Eric, Mr. and Mrs. Jansen, Aunt Molly, and Michael all said. “Tigers are not little cats,” Eric told Mrs. Wright. “Tigers are big cats.” “Well,” Esther Wright said. She held her hands about one foot apart and said, “She’s only about this big.” She laughed. “She’s not a real tiger. She’s a cat. She has stripes, so I named her Little Tiger.” “Oh,” Eric said. They all waited by Michael’s end of the desk. They

“Maybe the bellhop took everything to the wrong room.” Greg looked across the lobby. Then he said, “This is a big hotel. We have a lot of bellhops here. Do you know the name of the one who took your things?” “No,” Mrs. Wright said, and looked around. “But when I see him, I’ll know him.” Greg said, “Please, come with me.” Cam, Eric, and the others watched Esther Wright and Greg walk to the bellhop’s desk. Greg’s boss was sitting behind the desk. Two other bellhops were standing there. Esther

ride. And of course, the Kurt Daub Museum is near the hotel. There are lots of great things to see and do there.” Mr. and Mrs. Jansen looked at the folders. Cam, Eric, and Aunt Molly watched what was happening at the bellhop’s desk. There was a telephone on the desk. Whenever it rang, the bell captain picked it up. He listened and then told one of the bellhops where to go to help someone in the hotel. Bellhops who were done carrying luggage came back to the desk and waited for something else to

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