By David A. Adler
The Cam Jansen sequence is ideal for younger readers who're making the transition to bankruptcy books. the 1st fifteen books within the sequence have obtained up-to-date covers, and the sequence remodel maintains with books 16-22, bringing new lifestyles to those perennial bestsellers.
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I just have to look for something. I’ll be right back. I promise. “Me, too,” Eric said. Cam and Eric went to where the old man had fallen. Eric found a sheet of lined paper. There was some writing on it. He gave it to Cam. Cam looked at the paper. “‘Milk. Coffee. Orange juice. ” She put the paper in her pocket. ” Then Eric found two copies of Picture News magazine. He showed them to Cam. Cam said, “Click,” and looked at a picture she had in her head. “These are the ones the man dropped,” Cam said, as she opened her eyes.
I emptied it. He took my lunch money. He took the money for the train ride home. ” One guard took the telephone from his pocket. He called the police and told them that there had been a robbery. ” “He was about my height,” Sally said. “And he was wearing sneakers. I know that. But I never saw his face. ” “That ghost scared that poor old man, too,” someone said. The old man was standing up now. He was listening to Sally. “And he scared my child,” a woman said. The guards walked with Sally to the ticket booth.
The ghost turned. He looked at the guards and the people. Then he ran off. One of the guards and two teenagers chased after the ghost. But then the old man opened his eyes. He moaned. “Oh! Oh! ” The guard and the teenagers turned. They ran to the man. The old man put his hand to his heart. He closed his eyes. “I’ll call for an ambulance,” one guard told the other. ” The guard took a small telephone from his pocket. He spoke into it. He said there was an emergency. He spoke about the old man and gave his location.
Cam Jansen and the Ghostly Mystery by David A. Adler