Cam Jansen and the Ghostly Mystery (Cam Jansen, Book 16)

Cam Jansen and the Ghostly Mystery (Cam Jansen, Book 16)

David A. Adler

Language: English

Pages: 47

ISBN: 1419355139

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


This mystery carries on the tradition of the others in this popular series for early chapter- book readers. While in line for "Triceratops Pops" concert tickets, Cam witnesses a robbery but cannot identify the disguised thief. Of course, she uses her intelligence, along with her photographic memory, to solve the case and catch the crooks.

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thieves.” Cam was walking quickly toward the train station. Eric had to run to keep up. Many people were leaving the train station. They all seemed to be in a hurry. Cam and Eric were going the other way. It was difficult for them to get through the crowd. “The old man had a heart attack. He almost died,” Eric said. “No,” Cam told him. “He pretended to have a heart attack. He wanted everyone to run to him. That way the guards wouldn’t be near the ticket booth and couldn’t stop the holdup.”

station on his notepad. He gave the paper to Eric. Cam’s eyes were closed. She said, “Click.” “Let’s go,” Aunt Molly said. “Let’s get back in line.” Cam’s eyes were still closed. Eric held her hand and led her to the staircase. Eric whispered to Cam, “Take a step.” Cam stepped up. Then she said, “Click,” again. “Take another step.” Cam took another step. Cam said, “Click,” a few more times as Eric led her up the stairs. “Now we have to find the man in the cloth business, the one wearing

stage. They were rehearsing. Cam, Eric, and Aunt Molly sat in the front row and listened. Officers Kent and Feldman spoke with Sally. Then she walked onto the stage. The music stopped. Sally spoke with Big Pop, the leader of the singing group. Big Pop took a large envelope from his music stand. He came over to Cam and Eric. He took three autographed pictures of the band from the envelope. Then he took out three concert tickets. “We save these for our friends,” Big Pop said. He gave the

pictures and tickets to Cam. “Thank you for catching the thieves.” “I helped,” Eric told Big Pop. The other band members and Sally all came off the stage to meet Cam, Eric, Aunt Molly, and the two police officers. Cam looked at everyone. “I want to remember this for a long time,” she said. Then Cam blinked her eyes and said, “Click!”

talk,” Eric told the man. “We’re waiting to buy concert tickets.” “Oh, no,” the man in the suit said. “My children asked me to get them tickets for a talk about dinosaurs.” The man took a piece of paper from his pocket and looked at it. “They asked me to come here and get tickets for a talk about the triceratops.” “This is a concert hall, and Triceratops Pops is a singing group,” Eric explained. “Some people call them T-Pops. They’re very good.” A tall teenager standing behind the man said,

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