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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Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. The Cam Jansen series is perfect for young readers who are making the transition to chapter books. The first ten books in cyocolate series have received updated covers, bringing new life to these perennial bestsellers.

Now the series redesign continues with five more mysery, giving Cam a cool, modern look! Paperback64 pages. Published July 22nd by Puffin first published Cam Jansen Mysteries United States of America.

Cam Jansen: the Chocolate Fudge Mystery #14

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Feb 12, Sandie rated it really liked it Shelves: This was an awesome book for kids. I would have loved this more than I did at years of age. This is a story of a young girl Cam for her photographic memory The Camera and tbe friend Eric go around town and solve different mysteries I really enjoyed it.

Cam short for Camera Jansen and her faithful companion, Eric Shelton, encounter yet another mystery as they try to raise funds for charity by selling fudge bars and rice cakes. They n This was an awesome book for chicolate. They never do explain the mystery of that unlikely combination. This time Cam spots a woman behaving suspiciously in the vicinity of a supposedly vacant house.

It requires only Cam’s photographic memory which she activates by saying “Click” constantlydeductive reasoning, and a short surveillance for the duo to ascertain that a criminal is hiding out and to alert a grateful police force. Cam satisfies the childhood fantasy of being smarter than adults and dealing successfully with mystery and danger, and young readers seem to fudgs able to tolerate the clicks and to suspend reality in order to marvel at her wonderful ways.

Another fix for the beginning readers who demand mystery books. Jan 29, Kristen Fraley rated it really liked it Shelves: Cam Jansen is a mystery sleuth who utilizes her photographic memory to solve crimes within her town.

Relying on her gut instincts and her memory tricks, Cam Jansen finds the hide-out of a bank robber and catches his accomplice as well. In the midst of solving this mystery, Cam Jansen works to sell chocolates and rice cakes for a program with senior citizens.

This is an exciting story for readers interested in picking up on context clues and solving mysteries. This is a short chapter book that wo Cam Jansen is a mystery sleuth who utilizes her photographic memory to solve crimes within her town. This is a short chapter book that would keep students engaged in learning new words through a story that will keep kids on the edge of their seats.


This could be a good introduction to a mystery unit. Mar 05, Payton Cooper rated it liked it. Cam Jansen is a kid detective who will help solve ANY mystery she can get her hands on. This particular case was not that eventful in my opinion. I was interested in hhe book because of the gripping Chocolate Fudge title, but the mystery in the book really had nothing to do with the chocolates.

I wish I could have that super power. May 20, Alice Greene rated it really liked it.

I liked that cam has a photographic memory Jenny: A fun little mystery, but sometimes I wonder about the kids getting involved in sort of serious crimes. Nov 01, Sarah rated it liked it Shelves: Cam solves a mystery while out selling fudge to raise funds.

Nov 11, Courtney Lyman rated it liked it Shelves: Cute story and the chapter endings make children want to keep reading to find out what happens next. Oct 17, Beth FebruaryFilly rated it did not like it Shelves: Not to mention it had hardly anything to do with the title. Dec 06, Elizabeth Daly added it. Transitional Chapter Book Theme s: Cam Jansen and her friend Eric are selling fudge door to door to raise money for the local library.

As always, Cam Jansen comes across a mystery when the two friends suspect a man and a women are up to mischief. Cam Jansen and Eric realize that th Title: Sheilamae O’Hara Booklist, Oct.

Braaf Children’s Literature Jennifer a. Cam short for “The Camera” Jansen is a detective with a photographic memory. Like a pit bull with a Porterhouse, Cam won’t let go of a mystery until she gnaws it to the bone and bares the truth. In this book, the fourteenth in the “Cam Jansen Adventure” series, our sleuth and her friend, Eric, under the watchful eye of Mr. Jansen sell fudge bars and rice cakes door-to-door to raise money for a local charity.

En route, they spy a mysterious woman walking alongside a seemingly deserted yellow house. She hurries past them, deposits a bulging trash bag into someone else’s garbage, then disappears into the house across the street. Upon closer examination, they discover that other strange things are going on at the yellow house. With a click of her mental camera, Cam records them all. Her determination, fast thinking, and unique ability enable her to solve this mystery and help the police capture an elusive thief.

Response to Two Professional Reviews: This will give students the confidence to pursue their dreams and children will be able to stay engaged because Cam is at an age that these readers can relate to. The two reviewers also discuss the mystery genre, which gives the students a sense of suspense making them want to keep reading and get excited about what is going to happen next.

Evaluation of Literary Elements: 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.

This is the main idea of a mystery, there is always a problem that needs to be solved and the solution in this text is when Cam and Eric determine that the man and women robbed a bank and get the cops involved to take care of the situation. Similar to most transitional chapter books, there 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.


The chapters are also very short and manageable for an early reader with larger font than a traditional novel.

Consideration of Instructional Application: I would use this story to teach about making predictions in the classroom. I would start by explaining that a prediction is taking clues and making a guess about what is going to happen. After understanding what a prediction is, I would have my class make predictions about what will happen in the story and throughout the story I will compare this to how Cam made her own predictions.

Mar 25, Rebekah Craven rated it really liked it Shelves: Cam Jansen is a very popular mystery series for young children. The books are about a young girl named Cam that has a photographic memory and helps solve mysteries. In this particular book of the series Cam and her friend Eric are out selling candy and fudge around the neighborhoods when they spot a peculiar woman taking out a large garbage bag.

Cam immediately suspects something is up with this woman, but continues selling her items with Eric. They later come to a yellow house that appears to b Cam Jansen is a very popular mystery series for young children. They later come to a yellow house that appears to be vacant, but has a large amount of groceries sitting on the back porch.

Cam suspects that there is something strange going on in the house and that someone is actually inside.

She finally discovers that it is a man inside the yellow house linked with a bank robbery that happened a few days before. Eric, Cam, and Cam’s dad alert the police and capture both the man, and even the mysterious woman who they discover was also tied to the robbery as well. This book was not at a very hard level for young students to be able to read and understand.

CAM Jansen and the Chocolate Fudge Mystery : David A Adler :

It could be read, I believe, as early as second grade, but still appeal to 4th or 5th graders. The story line was very good and perfectly represent the mystery genre, that keeps readers on their toes.

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. If students have identified a love for reading mysteries I would definitely recommend this series to them.

Jul 09, Laura Phelps rated it liked it Shelves: So, Cam Jansen is a child detective with a photographic memory.