Young Cam Jansen and the Library Mystery by David A. AdlerWhen Cam Jansen, her father, and her friend Eric go to the library, Cam finds a mystery to read. But soon, she has a mystery to solve. Her fathers shopping list has disappeared. Cam decides to use her amazing skills to investigate, and with a click, she puts her photographic memory into action. Where was the list seen last? And where can it possibly be?
The Young Cam Jansen books are appealing mini-mysteries [that] will find a ready audience. (Booklist )
Young Cam Jansen has a very special mind that allows her to take mental pictures of everything she can see. When her father loses his shopping list, Cam uses her mental picture to remember where her dad has put it. This is a good book for silent reading grades 2nd through 5th. It's a long shot, but Adler takes a stab at turning a mystery on the slender hope of a shopping list. Can it be done? Not in this effort, the seventh in the Young Cam Jansen, early reading series.
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Thank you! Can it be done? Not in this effort, the seventh in the Young Cam Jansen, early reading series. But most of this story is spent introducing readers—likely for the umpteenth time—to Cam, her rare talent, and her display of that talent by repeating verbatim a book she read some time back. Indeed, a visual-memory game has been tacked into the endpapers and is quite fun. Easy reader.
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