Cam Jansen: Cam Jansen and the Sports Day Mysteries: A Super Special
David A. Adler, Joy Allen
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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 her school's Sports and Good Nutrition Day. Cam's class is going to Franklin Park to run races, play soccer and baseball, and have a picnic lunch. Cam is ready for lots of sporting fun, but she doesn't expect a mystery--much less three of them! It's going to be on exciting day!
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.
anyone wearing long pants? 3. What’s written on the banner? 4. What is Cam carrying? 5. What is Eric carrying? 6. In which hand is Beth holding the banner, her left or her right? 1. How many people are wearing chef’s hats? 2. How many layers are there on the big layer cake? 3. Mrs. Wayne is the woman standing at the door with Cam and Eric. Is Mrs. Wayne wearing a dress? 4. Is anyone wearing a checkered scarf? 5. How many bakery workers are in the picture? 1. How many people are
sounded angry.” “He talked real fast. I think he was in a hurry,” Sadie said. “I think maybe he was on his way to his job. Maybe he didn’t want to be late.” Martha shook her head and said, “You’re wrong, Sadie. That was his job. He’s a thief.” “What else was he wearing?” Eric asked. “He wore that big red floppy hat, an old blue jacket, blue jeans, blue sneakers, and large sunglasses,” Martha answered. “We saw his clothing, but we didn’t see his face. The hat and sunglasses hid it.” “That’s
right,” Sadie said. “He also had something green with a wire attached in his ear. I think it was an earphone.” Martha said, “I think he was listening to music.” Cam closed her eyes. She said, “Click!” “I saw him,” Cam said with her eyes still closed. “Just after you ran out of Zelda’s, he left, too. He went the other way.” Cam opened her eyes. “Hey,” Danny said. “We’re going that way. Maybe we’ll see him.” Sadie stepped away from the wall. She took a deep breath and said, “I feel better
stood on the box by the side of the bin and looked in. “Just look,” Mrs. Wayne told him. “Don’t touch anything.” Eric said, “I see a large pair of sunglasses.” Cam told Eric to look for a blue jacket. “There it is,” Eric said. “And there’s a green wire hanging out of the pocket. I bet that’s the wire Sadie and Martha saw.” Cam and Eric looked around the trash bin. The area was clean. The driveway and backyard of the bakery were surrounded by the metal fence. Eric said, “We knew the thief
“I’ll race,” Danny said. “I’m good with eggs.” The twelve children stood at the starting line. Mr. Day gave them each a spoon and an egg. “Hey,” Danny asked the boy next to him. “Do you know what goes up white and comes down yellow?” The boy held his spoon steady. When Danny asked his riddle, the boy didn’t move. He didn’t answer Danny. “On your marks,” Mr. Day said. “Get set. Go!” Eleven of the children started to walk. They held their spoons out and took slow but steady steps. “Go!