The book get a French version also Benjamin et le secret des trésors cachés.
Benjamin and the secret of the hidden treasures is a novel that recounts the story of Benjamin, a young boy in search of a treasure at his grandfather’s home. Through this story, the reader will find several leadership keys such as goodness, courage, positivism, perseverance, instinct, objectivity, preparation. All inspired from world greatest leaders like Benjamin Franklin, Abraham Lincoln, John D. Rockefeller, Napoleon Hill, Stephen R. Covey and Richard Branson.
“I like that my grandfather reads me this story.”
by David D., six-and-a-half-year-old
“Thank you for the explorers’ club!”
by Arnaud P., seven-and-a-half-year-old
“A great philosophic novel, a must-have for the whole family.”
by Carl R., thirty-four-year-old
“A breath of fresh air that delivers happiness, a must to share.”
by Christine L., sixty-six-year-old
Excerpt with Skull and Bones
“Benjamin and his grandfather spent the evening together. They had settled down in the living room, lit some candles to subdue the atmosphere and sat around a small coffee table to play a game with pirates. The game was designed so that the pirates played against the game and in order to win the game, they had the opportunity to join their forces together to collect a maximum number of gold coins. The game ended at the last of the twelve strokes of midnight. The winning team was the one that had collected the most gold coins within the allotted time. Benjamin had become Daniel Skull, pirate of the West Seas, renowned for his terrifying strategies. As for Peter, he had become William Bones, pirate of the East Seas, acknowledged for his victorious executions. Skull and Bones joined their forces to form the elite of the piracy. By combining strategy and execution, they succeeded in amassing a large number of gold coins. At the end of the game, they raised the black flag of piracy to celebrate their success. They beat the game by joining forces. Peter blew out the candles and put Benjamin to sleep.”