At the time of King Solomon's reign, David and his family traveled from Hebron to Jerusalem to stay with his Auntie and Uncle for a Holiday. David reunited with his friend Ben. While there, he heard stories of his father's childhood. Together, David and Ben decided to plot and solve the old Jar mystery. Ben and I both rolled over onto our stomachs and propped our heads in our hands. "Broken jar handle?" I asked, "How did you know it was a handle?" Uncle answered, "There were impressions. These impressions were the kind they make on jars made especially for the temple." Katherine Sanborn was born, raised, and lives in Torrance, California, a medium size town just south west of Los Angeles. She took a class in Child Development at a local Junior College. She has two daughters, two sons-in-law, one grandson, one stepdaughter, one step-son-in-law, and two step granddaughters. Her grandson turned 9 last year. His energy, curiosity, and competitive nature inspired her to write this book. She has been teaching a 5th and 6th grade Sunday school class at Crenshaw Baptist Church in Torrance since the fall of 2001. She also has a recently retired husband who, thank goodness, was not at home while she wrote this book.