The Nighttime Cabin Thief: A Mystery about Light

The Nighttime Cabin Thief: A Mystery about Light


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A thief is on the prowl at Camp Dakota! The campers can't find their favorite things—and they're starting to accuse each other of stealing. The kids set out to find the culprit—but the truth behind the missing stuff may be stranger than anyone expected. Can the campers track down the Cabin Thief? Or will they turn on each other first?

Look in the back of the book for experiments and more to help you become a science detective too!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780761385431
Publisher: Lerner Publishing Group
Publication date: 01/01/2012
Series: Summer Camp Science Mysteries Series , #2
Pages: 48
Sales rank: 1,219,316
Product dimensions: 5.60(w) x 8.30(h) x 0.10(d)
Lexile: GN520L (what's this?)
Age Range: 9 - 10 Years

About the Author

Lynda Beauregard wrote her first story when she was seven years old, and hasn't stopped writing since. She also likes to teach kids how to swim, design websites, direct racecars out onto the track, and throw super balls for her cat, Becca. She lives near Detroit with her two lovely daughters, who are doing their best to turn her hair grey.

Der-shing Helmer is a high school biology teacher who originally went to college to learn about reptiles. After she graduated she decided to try teaching instead. In her spare time she likes to write and draw comics and read a variety of books!

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The Nighttime Cabin Thief: A Mystery about Light 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
SDPogue on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
I was able to get a copy of the second book of the Summer Camp Science Mysteries just before printing. A total of four books should be out this coming month for readers and classrooms to enjoy.The second book was just as good as the first. This time the lesson is on light. The experiments include making a periscope out of mirrors and milk cartons.The plot was enjoyable ¿ shiny objects are missing from the cabins, one boy is singled out by the other students. It¿s got more lessons than just light, this would be a good book to look at jumping to conclusions and accusing without evidence.I really hope classrooms all over the place are picking up this series and I still hold to my opinion that it would make a good PBS series.