Series: Young Cam Jansen

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Young Cam Jansen and the Circus Mystery by David A. Adler
Young Cam Jansen and the Dinosaur Game by David A. Adler1
Young Cam Jansen and the Missing Cookie by David A. Adler2
Young Cam Jansen and the Lost Tooth by David A. Adler3
Young Cam Jansen and the Ice Skate Mystery by David A. Adler4
Young Cam Jansen and the Baseball Mystery by David A. Adler5
Young Cam Jansen and the Pizza Shop Mystery by David A. Adler6
Young Cam Jansen and the Library Mystery by David A. Adler7
Young Cam Jansen and the Double Beach Mystery by David A. Adler8
Young Cam Jansen and the Zoo Note Mystery by David A. Adler9
Young Cam Jansen and the New Girl Mystery by David A. Adler10
Young Cam Jansen and the Substitute Mystery by David A. Adler11
Young Cam Jansen and the Spotted Cat Mystery by David A. Adler12
Young Cam Jansen and the Lions' Lunch Mystery by David A. Adler13
Young Cam Jansen and the Molly Shoe Mystery by David A. Adler14
Young Cam Jansen and the 100th Day of School Mystery by David A. Adler15
Young Cam Jansen and the Speedy Car Mystery by David A. Adler16

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