By David A. Adler, Susanna Natti
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Bong! Bong! The boy at the Dime Toss booth was hitting the bottom of a large metal pot with a wooden spoon. “We have a winner! ” he shouted. “Look,” Eric said. “It’s the girl who just bought pretzels and juice. ” “And look at that stuffed animal she won, a teddy bear,” Donna said. ” Diane asked. “It’s almost impossible to win,” Eric told his sister. “That’s what Freddy, the boy running the booth, told us. ” “Look,” Cam said. She pointed to the schoolyard gate. Cam said, “Click,” and closed her eyes.
Eric asked. “That was the fourth time he won at the Dime Toss. He wore a different disguise every time, but it was the same boy. And when we ran after Debby on that bicycle, we passed him and that girl. They were talking to each other. ” Eric said as he turned and started to walk back into the schoolyard. “Wearing a disguise isn’t a crime. ” “But Eric, they must have done something wrong. ” Cam walked with Eric into the schoolyard. ” “Watch where you’re walking,” a boy said to Cam. ” Eric asked.
We don’t even know where to go. Let’s find Ms. Benson. ” Chapter Eight Cam, Eric, and Freddy went to Ms. Benson. They told her everything that had happened at the Dime Toss booth. “Once those children leave the schoolyard,” Ms. Benson said, “there’s very little I can do. I’ll drive you to the police station. ” They walked to Ms. Benson’s car. It was a big old blue car. Books and papers were piled on the back seat. Eric began to open the back door. “No, don’t,” Ms. Benson said. It was too late. Books, papers, and a box wrapped in gift paper fell out.
Cam Jansen and the Mystery of the Carnival Prize by David A. Adler, Susanna Natti