Once upon a time, there was a very hardworking farmer called Rahim who lived in an agricultural village in a fertile province of Pakistan called Punjab.

The four brothers were very different from the other children who lived on the farms nearby because they spent most of their time playing and being naughty. When the people in the neighbourhood got tired of the brothers’ mischievous behaviour, they complained to Rahim. But the naughty brothers would simply play innocent and apologise to the neighbours without really meaning it. 

There was a primary school in the village and Rahim enrolled his four sons in the hopes of instilling in them some discipline. But the brothers arrived late every day, and no matter how many times the teacher reprimanded them, they did not change their naughty ways.

I don't know why I hadn't heard of this series before, but I'm so glad I got them for our school library. There's a delicate balance of engaging storytelling with relatable characters and important black history woven into the Clubhouse Mysteries. Perfect for boys (and girls, but boys especially) from 3rd-6th grades.

Her revelation came about halfway through "Ziggy and the Black Dinosaurs: The Buried Bones Mystery," the first in Sharon M. Draper's six-book series about four boys who solve crimes in their neighborhood. The student, who earlier in the year had declared she hated reading, found herself immersed in the tale.

Her revelation came about halfway through "Ziggy and the Black Dinosaurs: The Buried Bones Mystery," the first in Sharon M. Draper's six-book series about four boys who solve crimes in their neighborhood. The student, who earlier in the year had declared she hated reading, found herself immersed in the tale.

The story of the buried Dino Ferrari is fascinating, and until 2012 it was incomplete. That is until Jalopnik Senior Editor Mike Spinelli did some digging and uncovered the story behind the car, why it was buried, and who now owns it.

Many of us have seen the pictures of the Dino being dug up, and I’ve heard at least half a dozen differing stories about what happened – including wild tales of Mexican drug cartels and another claiming the car was used as a coffin by a rich owner who didn’t want to be separated from his beloved Dino even in death.

I’m not going to go into detail here so as not to ruin the short film, it runs a tad over 20 mins and includes the full story – with interviews with the owner, and a Sheriff’s Deputy who was instrumental in discovering the buried car.

Once upon a time, there was a very hardworking farmer called Rahim who lived in an agricultural village in a fertile province of Pakistan called Punjab.

The four brothers were very different from the other children who lived on the farms nearby because they spent most of their time playing and being naughty. When the people in the neighbourhood got tired of the brothers’ mischievous behaviour, they complained to Rahim. But the naughty brothers would simply play innocent and apologise to the neighbours without really meaning it. 

There was a primary school in the village and Rahim enrolled his four sons in the hopes of instilling in them some discipline. But the brothers arrived late every day, and no matter how many times the teacher reprimanded them, they did not change their naughty ways.

I don't know why I hadn't heard of this series before, but I'm so glad I got them for our school library. There's a delicate balance of engaging storytelling with relatable characters and important black history woven into the Clubhouse Mysteries. Perfect for boys (and girls, but boys especially) from 3rd-6th grades.

Her revelation came about halfway through "Ziggy and the Black Dinosaurs: The Buried Bones Mystery," the first in Sharon M. Draper's six-book series about four boys who solve crimes in their neighborhood. The student, who earlier in the year had declared she hated reading, found herself immersed in the tale.

Her revelation came about halfway through "Ziggy and the Black Dinosaurs: The Buried Bones Mystery," the first in Sharon M. Draper's six-book series about four boys who solve crimes in their neighborhood. The student, who earlier in the year had declared she hated reading, found herself immersed in the tale.

The story of the buried Dino Ferrari is fascinating, and until 2012 it was incomplete. That is until Jalopnik Senior Editor Mike Spinelli did some digging and uncovered the story behind the car, why it was buried, and who now owns it.

Many of us have seen the pictures of the Dino being dug up, and I’ve heard at least half a dozen differing stories about what happened – including wild tales of Mexican drug cartels and another claiming the car was used as a coffin by a rich owner who didn’t want to be separated from his beloved Dino even in death.

I’m not going to go into detail here so as not to ruin the short film, it runs a tad over 20 mins and includes the full story – with interviews with the owner, and a Sheriff’s Deputy who was instrumental in discovering the buried car.

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Waking groggy in pitch darkness, Paul Conroy, an American truck driver working in Iraq in 2006, slowly realizes he is trapped inside a wooden coffin, buried alive. With his cigarette lighter, he can see the trap he is in, and he quickly realizes that there's not enough air for him to live long. He finds within the coffin a working cellphone, which allows him contact with the outside world. But the outside world proves not to be very helpful at finding a man buried in a box in the middle of the Iraqi desert. Paul must rely on his best resource--himself. Written by Jim Beaver <[email protected]>

Once upon a time, there was a very hardworking farmer called Rahim who lived in an agricultural village in a fertile province of Pakistan called Punjab.

The four brothers were very different from the other children who lived on the farms nearby because they spent most of their time playing and being naughty. When the people in the neighbourhood got tired of the brothers’ mischievous behaviour, they complained to Rahim. But the naughty brothers would simply play innocent and apologise to the neighbours without really meaning it. 

There was a primary school in the village and Rahim enrolled his four sons in the hopes of instilling in them some discipline. But the brothers arrived late every day, and no matter how many times the teacher reprimanded them, they did not change their naughty ways.

I don't know why I hadn't heard of this series before, but I'm so glad I got them for our school library. There's a delicate balance of engaging storytelling with relatable characters and important black history woven into the Clubhouse Mysteries. Perfect for boys (and girls, but boys especially) from 3rd-6th grades.

Her revelation came about halfway through "Ziggy and the Black Dinosaurs: The Buried Bones Mystery," the first in Sharon M. Draper's six-book series about four boys who solve crimes in their neighborhood. The student, who earlier in the year had declared she hated reading, found herself immersed in the tale.

Her revelation came about halfway through "Ziggy and the Black Dinosaurs: The Buried Bones Mystery," the first in Sharon M. Draper's six-book series about four boys who solve crimes in their neighborhood. The student, who earlier in the year had declared she hated reading, found herself immersed in the tale.

Once upon a time, there was a very hardworking farmer called Rahim who lived in an agricultural village in a fertile province of Pakistan called Punjab.

The four brothers were very different from the other children who lived on the farms nearby because they spent most of their time playing and being naughty. When the people in the neighbourhood got tired of the brothers’ mischievous behaviour, they complained to Rahim. But the naughty brothers would simply play innocent and apologise to the neighbours without really meaning it. 

There was a primary school in the village and Rahim enrolled his four sons in the hopes of instilling in them some discipline. But the brothers arrived late every day, and no matter how many times the teacher reprimanded them, they did not change their naughty ways.

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