Cam Jansen and the Birthday Mystery (Cam Jansen, Book 20)

Cam Jansen and the Birthday Mystery (Cam Jansen, Book 20)

David A. Adler

Language: English

Pages: 48

ISBN: 1419367285

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


In this beginning chapter book, the twentieth in the Cam Jansen series, Cam throws a surprise birthday party for her parents. An even bigger surprise comes when her grandparents call from the airport to ask for help in recovering their luggage and parcels, which a man has just stolen. Police and parents bumble about, well meaning but ineffective, but Cam's photographic memory provides a clue that leads to the thief's arrest.

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he drove slowly through the lot. “Granny! Gramps!” Cam called. The airport was noisy. Planes were landing nearby. Horns were honking. No one heard Mr. Jansen and Cam. It was a very large lot. The parking spots closest to the path were taken. Mr. Jansen drove to an almost empty part of the lot. He parked against the fence. Mr. Jansen hurried out of the car. Cam and Eric were about to follow him when Mrs. Jansen stopped them. “Don’t run ahead,” she told Cam and Eric. “This airport is a big

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describe him,” Granny answered. “He wasn’t polite. He was greedy and not honest.” “Please,” Officer Taylor said. “Tell us what he looks like.” “Is he tall or short?” the policeman asked. “Is he fat or thin? What color are his eyes? His hair? What is he wearing?” Cam’s grandparents looked at each other. They thought for a moment. “We never saw his face,” Granny said. “He sat in the front seat of the cab and he never turned to look at us.” Officer Taylor asked, “Can you describe the cab?” “It

something,” she said. “Let’s go to our car.” “No,” Eric told her. “I think I found the cab. I am going to tell the police officers. I want to watch them catch the thief.” The police looked into a cab in the middle of the line. Then the door opened and the driver got out. The driver was a woman with long blond hair. She was wearing a blue denim jacket. Eric said, “I’m going to show them the cab with the dent.” Mrs. Jansen said, “I’ll go with you.” “I’ll be waiting for you in our car,” Cam

Jansen said. “I sure hope he doesn’t know we think he’s the thief. I hope he doesn’t drive to the other exit.” “There’s another exit?” Cam asked. Mr. Jansen nodded. “It’s on the other side of the lot.” The gate went up. The car ahead drove off. Now it was Mr. Jansen’s turn to pay. “Ticket please,” the man in the booth said. Mr. Jansen whispered, “You have to call the police. The man behind us is a thief.” “Ticket please,” the man in the booth said again. “He didn’t hear you,” Cam said.

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