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Tamika prepares to move in with the Russells temporarily. Meanwhile, Andy makes a surprising new friend--and discovers what family really means.
Andy Russell's neighbors have asked nine-year-old Andy and his best friend, Tamika, to watch their house while they are away. But when Andy sees unexplained lights and movements, he becomes convinced there is an intruder next door! The problem is... whenever he tries to show his family and the police what he sees, everything is back to normal. Now Detective Andy Russell must prove that he's not just a pest--that there is something suspicious going on!
What's a contest without a prize? Aunt Molly has entered a joke-telling contest at a local comedy club and Cam, her best friend Eric, and Mr. Jansen are in the audience to watch her perform. The prizes are exciting, but the competition is stiff --there's a prop comic, a knock-knock joker, and more! As the show starts, Cam notices that one of the prizes, an engraved silver plate, has disappeared. Suddenly, everyone in the club becomes a suspect. Can Cam solve the mystery of the missing prize or will she be laughed out of the Joke House?
Can Cam catch a jewel thief? Mysteries follow super-sleuth Cam Jansen everywhere she goes... even to a charity event. Cam and Eric are at a benefit with their mothers to raise money for local firefighters. When the host's pearl necklace goes missing, the luncheon turns into a whodunit, and all the guests are suspects. Can Cam use her photographic memory to identify the culprit before the thief gets away?
How do you find someone you've never seen? Mr. Jansen's best friend from childhood, "Spaghetti" Max, is coming for a visit. Cam Jansen, her best friend Eric, and Mr. Jansen go to the airport to meet Max. While they're looking for him, a distressed traveler asks Cam to help him find his missing daughter. But what use is Cam's photographic memory if she has never seen the missing girl? And where is Spaghetti Max? Can Cam solve this double mystery? Perfect for beginning chapter book readers, Cam Jansen and the Spaghetti Max Mystery is an exciting addition to the popular Cam Jansen series.
Cam Jansen and her best friend Eric are spending three weeks at Camp Eagle Lake, and they couldn't be more excited. But mysteries seem to follow supersleuth Cam everywhere, and it isn't long before she's using her photographic memory to "Click, Click" and save the day! <P><P> In The First Day of Camp Mystery, Cam's and Eric's parents have just brought them to camp when the lockbox with everyone's spending money goes missing. Can Cam find the thief? <P> Then, in It's a Raid!, Cam's bunk is raided. She and her new friends search out the culprit, and might even raid them back! <P> In The Basketball Mystery, Cam and Eric discover that all the sports equipment has been stolen, along with the prizes for the end-of-season banquet. Can Cam solve the case in time? <P> These three Cam Jansen mysteries are super special indeed, and make for perfect summer reading! .
When a beloved poodle named Little Treasure is stolen, Cam Jansen uses her photographic memory to try to find the missing dog.
Cam Jansen and her friend Eric are having fun at a local basketball game. They watch the teamÕs retiring coach receive a basketball signed by his former players, including the governor. But after the game, the ball is gone. Was it stolen? In this latest addition to the bestselling chapter book series, Cam uses her photographic memory to solve the sporty mystery!
Not only does Cam Jansen have a birthday mystery to solve...she has one to celebrate! The Cam Jansen series marks its twentieth year with the twentieth book featuring Cam Jansen and her photographic memory. When Cam's grandparents are robbed on their way to a surprise birthday party, Cam puts her memory to work to solve the mystery. The clue is in the story--try to find it before Cam does!
It is a big day at Cam's school. The governor, who is running for president, is visiting for the dedication of a new library. Police officers, Secret Service agents, photographers, and news reporters are all there to hear the governor speak when . . . bang! A loud sound like a gunshot startles everyone during the ceremony. Was it really a gun, or a noisy cover for a crime? Click along with Cam as she teams up with the Secret Service to solve the mystery.
It's Valentine's Day, and Cam is at school when she learns her mother is about to give birth. Cam and her best friend, Eric, rush to the hospital with his mom. There, in the waiting room, something valuable disappears. Click, click! Cam starts to unravel the mystery. Will Cam solve it before her Valentine sibling is born?
Who catnapped Little Tiger? And why would someone want to steal a helpless woman's cat? Cam Jansen is the only one who can identify the suspect. Now it's up to Cam and her photographic memory to solve this frisky mystery.
It's Cam Jansen's first day of fifth grade and she and her friend Eric can't wait to meet their new teacher. Only their day turns out to be more exciting than they ever expected. First their school bus gets stuck in traffic and they have to walk to school. Then they see a car crashed into a tree. And then their new teacher is taken away by the police! "Click," says Cam, using her photographic memory, and her mind is off and running on how to solve this first day of school mystery.
Cam and Eric are in line to buy concert tickets when someone dressed as a ghost jumps out at them, scaring everybody. Then, the clerk in the box office is mysteriously robbed. Only Cam's photographic memory - she takes pictures with her mind to remember them later - will help solve this crime.
Some monkeys are missing from the zoo, and Cam is sure she knows how the thief took them from their cages. Can she find them?
When Cam the fifth-grade sleuth and her friend Eric go to the airport to meet Cam's aunt, just arrived from France, it's all systems go. But before you can say "bonjour," a young French girl has disappeared. Will Cam be able to find her?
A baseball autographed by Babe Ruth is stolen from the community hobby show, and Cam thinks she knows who took it. Is she right, or has the thief thrown a curve ball?
Is the popular Dime Toss game rigged at the school carnival? It's up to Cam Jansen to investigate.
When Aunt Molly can't find her wallet at the circus, Cam's sure there's a thief under the big top. It looks like the clown is the culprit, but he seems to have disappeared without a trace. Or has he?
When Cam and Eric go on a field trip to the museum with their fifth grade class, Cam - with her photographic memory - makes an interesting discovery: dinosaur bones are missing from one of the exhibits. When no one believes them, they decide to catch the thieves themselves. As they stake out the library, a mysterious milk truck stops by. Cam knows something is wrong. The logo on the truck does not match the logo on the milk carton they drank from at lunch. The game is afoot! Will they find the missing dinosaur bones when they follow the truck to a neighborhood house, or just a truckload of sour milk?
A box camera disappears from the science fair and valuable gold coins vanish from the coin shop. Can Cam use her memory to bring a solution into focus?
There's nothing like a good monster movie--except when the second reel gets stolen. It's up to Cam and her friend Eric to piece together clues that leave everyone else in the dark.
Jennifer "Cam" Jansen is a crack detective who solves every mystery that comes her way. In this new mystery, the sign in a department store window reads "Smart Shoppers Shop at Binky's"--but it seems a thief is shopping there, too! When Cam's amazing memory clicks into action, she's sure she knows who's guilty
No mystery is too great for super-sleuth Cam Jansen and her amazing photographic memory!<P><P> Can Cam help catch the diamond thief? Cam and her friend Eric are sitting at the mall when the jewelry store is robbed. Cam sees the thief, but the police arrest the wrong person. Now it's up to Cam to catch the real criminal!
Cam and Eric can't wait to meet Poochie, the star of his own TV show. But while they're waiting in line for a "pawtograph" Poochie mysteriously disappears! Can Cam's photographic memory rescue the famous dog?
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