Scam on the Cam

A Sesame Seade Mystery #3

by Clémentine Beauvais
Illustrator(s): Sarah Horne
eBook | Pages: 192
Size: 5-1/2 X 8-1/4 | USD: $16.95
ISBN: 9780823436170
Publication Date: February 28, 2016
Age: 7-10 | Guided Reading Level: R
Themes: Adventure, Humor, Mystery & Suspense
Recommendations: K

About the Book

The hilarious, impertinent and brilliant Sesame Seade is back in her third adventure!

Eleven-year-old Sesame Seade, Cambridge’s number-one supersleuth, knows that mysteries turn up in unexpected places. But even unflappable Sesame is surprised to discover a locked treasure chest nestled along the bank of the River Cam. She’s certain it belongs to pirates, but before she can investigate, another mystery floats her way: several Cambridge University rowing team members are coming down with a terrible stomach bug—and with the world-famous Boat Race between Oxford and Cambridge looming, Sesame suspects foul play. But who would be horrible enough to actually make a bunch of rowers sick? And could the treasure chest have something to do with their illness?

It’s going to take some telltale frogs, a kidnapping, and a high-speed motorboat chase for Sesame to save the day once again!

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Scam on the Cam

Activity Sheets
Activity Sheets

Sesame Seade Series Bookmark

A make-your-own bookmark featuring the first two books in the Sesame Seade Mystery Series, SLEUTH ON SKATES and GARGOYLES GONE AWOL
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Sesame Seade Mystery Series

Don’t miss SLEUTH ON SKATES, the first book in this hilarious new middle grade series!
Educator's Guide
Educator's Guide

Sesame Seade Series Educator’s Guide/Activity Sheet

Includes an educator’s guide with Common Core State Standards and, for kids, “Sesame Seade’s Stellar Guide to Becoming a Supersleuth!”

“The young heroine’s middle school-style wisecracking is relentless and very often hilarious. Readers who have come far with this series will find themselves giggling over Sesame’s good-natured bossiness and her impressive snooping skills.”
Kirkus Reviews