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Cam Jansen and the Mystery of the Carnival Prize: 11/21/07
Cam Jansen and the Mystery of the Carnival Prize is another of the books I read for the BookCrossing literacy train. It is one of a series of mysteries all staring Cam Jansen, an elementary school aged girl with a photographic memory (Cam for "Camera").
Cam and her friends are participating in the school's fund raising carnival. Something is amiss with the dime toss. It appears to be too easy to win and soon all the prizes are gone. Is the game rigged? If so, by whom and how?
I really enjoyed this book and would read more from the series if I run into any. The story is well written and the mystery has enough clues to keep observant readers engaged.