Автор: Adler David, Книга: The Chocolate Fudge Mystery, Серия: Cam Jansen, Жанр: детская проза. The Cam Jansen series is perfect for young readers who are making the transition to chapter books. The first ten books in the series have received updated. The supporting characters are ,,,and the cat. Yum- my! Fudge is important to this story because,Cam and Eric were.

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CAM Jansen and the Chocolate Fudge Mystery

No mystery is too great for super-sleuth Cam Jansen and her amazing photographic memory! This is a story of a young girl Cam for her photographic memory I thought that I would not like the book when Teh looked at the cover. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. Like It Find This Book.

They continue on and go to the next house and it seems no one is home, but there is a bag of groceries on the porch. You are commenting using your Twitter account. Cam loves to solve mysteries.

John Paterson and Katherine Paterson. I would use this story to teach about making predictions in the classroom. This story focuses a lot on the problem throughout which is knowing that the man and women are up to something and Cam and Eric are determined to solve this problem. I thought there were too many coincidences; the fast pace along with the good luck made this way too unrealistic. The books are about a young girl named Cam that has a photographic memory and helps solve mysteries.


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So much much as I liked the mystery itself, I’m dropping this down just for this reason. Her determination, fast thinking, and unique ability enable her to solve this mystery and help the police capture an elusive thief.

This time Cam spots a woman behaving suspiciously in the vicinity of a supposedly jahsen house.

What child would not want to be the hero and stop the bad? Each student then changes something small about themselves; such as tucking in a shirt, removing hhe bracelet, or parting their hair on the other side. Cute story and the chapter endings make children want to keep reading to find out what happens next.

Get to Know Us. My daughter really enjoyed the story. She did a report on this book for school on a similar series and loves this kind of lecture. This could be a good introduction to a mystery unit. Joseph Bruchac and Adam Gidwitz. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources.

Whom the Gods Would Destroy. The chapters are also very short and manageable for an early reader with larger font than a traditional novel. Ages 7 to Oct 17, Beth FebruaryFilly rated it did not like it Shelves: I do worry about how trusting the adults are of her suspiciousness, though. You are commenting using your WordPress.

Seven Wonders of the Milky Way. Jan 26, Ava D rated it it was amazing. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. Yes, there was chocolate fudge in the story and yes, it was a mystery, but the mystery was completely unrelated to fudge. I think this book would be a great one to give to students that might not like reading as much, or have difficulty staying engaged in their reading, because it is very exciting and climatic. Mar 25, Rebekah Craven rated it really liked it Shelves: Cam Jansen is a crack detective with a photographic memory.


Cam Jansen is a kid detective who will help solve ANY mystery she can get her hands on.

Similar to most transitional chapter books, chocolaye are few black and white illustrations, with a lot of excess white space on the page that allows the reader to get a simple visual of what is going on in the text. Ships from and sold by Amazon. I wish I could have that super power. Cam Jansen and her friend Eric are selling an door to door to raise money for the local library.

Product details Age Range: Inhe created his most famous character, Cam Jansen, originally featured in Cam Jansen and the Mystery of the Stolen Diamonds, which was published chocolats year.

Cam and Eric are knocking on doors to sell candy for their school fund-raiser when Cam notices that there is a full trash can outside of a house that is supposed to be empty.

She has a photographic memory and a knack for solving mysteries.