Cam Jansen: the Catnapping Mystery #18

Cam Jansen: the Catnapping Mystery #18

David A. Adler

Language: English

Pages: 64

ISBN: 0142402893

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

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 a hotel. Cam is visiting her aunt Molly at a hotel when one of the guests' luggage and beloved cat, Little Tiger, go missing. The woman gave Little Tiger to a bellhop to take to her room, but the cat never arrived and now the bellhop has vanished. Where could Little Tiger be?

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.

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Wright looked at them both and shook her head. Neither one had taken her luggage. Molly laughed. “Once I waited and waited for my luggage to come off the airplane,” she said. “And do you know what? I had never put it on the airplane. I forgot it at home.” “Don’t worry,” Michael said. “She’ll get her luggage. Now I have to find you something exciting to do.” He turned and took three folders from the rack. “You could take a helicopter ride over the city. Or, you could take a horse and buggy

do. Cam, Eric, and Aunt Molly saw Esther Wright shake her head each time another bellhop came to the desk. None of them was the one who had taken her things. “Let’s go to the museum,” Mr. Jansen said. “I’m sure we’ll have fun there. And maybe we’ll learn something.” Ring! Ring! The telephone on the bell captain’s desk rang. The bell captain picked it up. He spoke into it. He listened and then gave the telephone to Mrs. Wright. She listened. Then she dropped the telephone and cried out loud,

“No. It’s a catnapping.” Greg took the telephone and called the police. Mrs. Jansen brought a chair. Esther Wright sat and rested her head in her hands. “The thief must be a bellhop from another shift,” the bell captain said. He looked through his desk. “I have a picture here of most of them, from a party we had.” “A picture!” Cam said. “Of course! I have lots of pictures.” Cam closed her eyes and said, “Click.” “What should I do?” Esther Wright asked. Greg gave her the telephone. “It’s

others.” Cam and the others got out of the police car. Cam looked at the green van. She closed her eyes and said, “Click.” Then she opened her eyes and looked at the van again. “This is not the one,” she said. “The one near the hotel had mud on it and a large dent in the back.” “I’ll show you the others,” Beth said. She led everyone through the garage to another green van. This one was parked next to a large cement pole. Cam looked at the van. She closed her eyes and said, “Click.” Then she

Kurt Daub Museum.” Meow, Little Tiger said. Cam hung up the telephone. Beth told them how to get to the museum. “Oh, my,” Mrs. Jansen said as they left the garage. “This is a real adventure.” “See,” Aunt Molly said. “I told you we would do something exciting.” Eric walked alongside her and whispered, “Aunt Molly, do you know a place that begins with the letter o?” “I left my luggage once next to a water fountain in Ohio,” Aunt Molly said. “Ohio begins with an o.” “Ohio,” Eric said to Cam.

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