Cam Jansen and the Barking Treasure Mystery

Cam Jansen and the Barking Treasure Mystery

David A. Adler

Language: English

Pages: 56

ISBN: 0142300020

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


When Cam and Eric go on a boat ride around the city, the last thing they expect to see is a robbery. But now a beloved poodle named Little Treasure is gone, and it looks like she was stolen. Can Cam Jansen use her amazing photographic memory to help return the missing dog to her heartbroken owner?

Illustrated by Susanna Natti

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there.” “Look on the starboard side now,” Nancy said. “That’s the side facing the open sea. You’ll see a fireboat.” “That’s over there,” Mrs. Shelton said, and pointed to the other side of the boat. “That’s right, a fireboat,” Nancy said. “There are fires even here in the water. Well, not really in the water, but on boats. The fireboat has hoses and a large pump on board and searchlights for use at night.” “I want to see this,” Eric said. Eric hurried to the starboard side of the boat.

with the orange baseball cap. “The Evil Skull is being restored,” Nancy announced. “When that’s done, you’ll be able to go on board.” The man in the baseball cap said something to the young woman. He uncrossed his legs. Then they both got up to join the people at the port side. When the man stood, his jacket was no longer puffed out. There was no room under it for Little Treasure. “He didn’t take the dog,” Eric whispered to Cam. “And I still don’t think the dog was stolen. I think she just ran

man asked. “I can stand next to anyone I want!” The man looked around. The boat was still a long way from land. There was no place he could go. Cam closed her eyes again and said, “Click.” “He’s the same man who was standing in front of you before we boarded the boat,” Cam said, with her eyes still closed. “He saw the jewels in Little Treasure’s collar.” “Nancy! Nancy!” Lila called. An old, short woman with long white hair, wearing a long bead necklace, came from the covered area. “I’m

on page 53. Blink your eyes, say, “Click!” and then turn back to this page. How much do you remember? 1. How many people are on the boat? 2. Is anyone wearing eyeglasses? 3. Is Mrs. Wood on or off the boat? 4. Who is carrying the thief’s shopping bag? 5. Who is holding the tickets? 6. Can you describe Captain Kramer?Is he wearing a jacket? A necktie? Does he have a beard? A mustache? Is he smiling at Cam? Play memory games with a friend. Study other pictures in Cam Jansen and the

adventure; 19. PZ7.A2615Caab 1999 [Fic]—dc21 98-52517 CIP AC RL: 2.2 http://us.penguingroup.com Best wishes for happy reading to my good friends Doni, Josh, Demi, and Davey Chapter One “The frog,” Mabel Trent said, and laughed. “Do you remember the frog?” Mrs. Shelton laughed, too. “Of course I remember it. It jumped out of your desk and scared Miss Donovan.” “Poor Miss Donovan,” Mabel Trent said. “She dropped her books and yelled at the frog, ‘Get out of my class!”’

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