This is the story of three Grade 5 school kids who decide to form a club to solve mysteries after hearing a career day presentation by a city detective. The story is based in Brockville, Ontario, Canada so includes a little local geography and some Canadian history. An older boy in Grade 6 tries to bully them at every turn but is rehabilitated when accepted as a member of the club. Mary, the first President of the club, calls a meeting to get everything organized. The boys quickly learn how to submit motions (mostly by agreeing to Mary's leadership) and understand the reasons for following Robert's Rules for meetings. The story includes a fishing adventure, an introduction to the game of golf and discussions with a retired sea captain about mysteries of the sea. Finally, the young detectives get an assignment requiring investigation and an undercover lemonade stand.
A guide and reference for anyone that wants to take up the game of golf or is in a position to mentor a new player or is an experienced player who wants to contribute to making the game more fun for others. From buying equipment to learning, playing and enjoying all aspects of the game, this book discusses how to avoid the pitfalls and how to get a more pleasurable experience from the game of golf.
With this new series, take a trip to the beach with the Mickey Mouse Clubhouse or explore a winter wonderland with Olaf and his friends in the Kingdom of Arendelle. These two amusing stories contain four fabulous pop-ups that will easily absorb children into these characters' magical lives.