Eleven Year Old Student To Speak And Present His Book, The Greatest Country To Forsyth County Board Of Commissioners

Top Quote Sixth Grade Student Abe Benkhaled Wrote Book Expressing His Love of America And Why He Feels America Is The Greatest Country Wrote Book With His Father. End Quote
  • Atlanta, GA (1888PressRelease) April 05, 2013 - Eleven year old, Abe Benkhaled, a sixth grade student at Piney Grove Middle School has been asked to speak at the Forsyth County Board Of Commissioners Meeting on April 5, 2013 at 110 East Main Street, Cumming GA 30040 in Suite 220 about his book, The Greatest Country and present the Commission with a copy of the book.

    Abe wrote the book with his father, BK. The Greatest Country is an inspirational children's book that tells why America is the greatest country in the world. It highlights America's diversity, free enterprise system, rights and liberty, military, and everything that separates America from other nations. The book has earned a national following with Abe and his father being featured on FOX News Channel, FOX Business Network, and many more regional and local TV and radio stations.

    "America is a great country and I wanted to tell everyone why it is so great," said Abe Benkhaled. "I am so glad that so many people like the book and are learning from it".

    Abe's parents came to the United States from Ethiopia and Pakistan to pursue the American Dreams. Visiting other countries in Africa, Asia and Europe, and learning about U.S. History and U.S. military made Abe realize that America is the greatest the country. This is the first of several children's books that Abe and his father are writing.

    It is a very inspiring book, and has led other students to learn more about America, and feeling proud and blessed to be living in America. About two weeks ago, the book became a best seller on Amazon.com, and Abe has earned a national following. Parents and grandparents are ordering the book and spending time with their children and grandchildren in rediscovering a fresh perspective on America.

    Abe is a Boy Scout. He plays the trombone in his school's band. When not giving speeches or interviews, he likes to play video games, watch movies and television, listen to music and hang out with his friends and his cousins.

    Additional information on Abe and The Greatest Country may be obtained at www.thegreatestcountry.com.

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