Jewish Survivor Initiated First Televised Presidential Debate

Fred A. Kahn, Washington DC Metro Area - Mozel Tov to Fred and his young author, Marcus Yarboro of Strafford, Virginia, on the book release entitled The Story of Fred A. Kahn (a.k.a. Freddy Lejeune.) This children's book was illustrated by Danielle Lyle of Woodbridge, Virginia and is part of the A BOOK by ME (ABBM) collection. The fascinating story is based in Belgium where Freddy and his parents survive the Nazi persecution. After immigrating to America, he develops an idea of inviting the Presidential candidates to debate at his college. First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt lent him a hand to make this possible and once arrangements were made, he invited the national news to televise. Immigrant an

Mazel Tov Inge Auerbacher

Young Author Danielle Lyle and Author Inge Auerbacher filmed a promotional video for the US Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington DC. The commercial was shot in August of 2014 and is expected to run in October. It's exciting to think that A BOOK by ME brought these two women together. Now their lives are entwined and they call each other "sister." Their relationship is another case that has far exceeded my dreams for this project.

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