Please share this amazing story: After months of keeping it secret, we're finally able to share the news: Brad Meltzer and the team from his Lost History TV show have officially found the missing 9/11 flag that the firefighters raised at Ground Zero. It was one of Brad's greatest hopes when he created the Lost History show - that a viewer would find a missing or stolen historical artifact and turn it in. We're so excited that the #1 item that we wanted to find - the 9/11 flag - is finally back in New York City where it belongs. On Thursday, Brad will be at the incredible 9/11 Memorial and Museum in New York City as they unveil the flag, where it will be on display for the world to see. Take your family to this breathtaking place. This amazing event could not have happened without help from law enforcement, forensic experts, eyewitnesses, the original owner of the flag, a former Marine, and so many other people at HISTORY and Left/Right, who made the TV show possible. Brad will be telling the full story as he hosts a one-hour History Channel special (America's 9/11 Flag: Rise from the Ashes) this Sunday, the 15th anniversary of 9/11 (10:30pm ET). You won't want to miss it. And to read about how it happened, here's the story just put out by the New York Times: http://www.nytimes.com/2016/09/07/nyregion/long-lost-9-11-flag-an-enduring-mystery-will-go-on-view-at-museum.html?smprod=nytcore-iphone&smid=nytcore-iphone-share Brad also put early pictures on his website: BradMeltzer.com (and yes, subscribers heard this news first yesterday). Needless to say, this is a once-in-a-lifetime experience for Brad, and one of the things he is most proud of. He always writes about history. But we never imagined that he would be able to participate in history in this way. Thanks for being on this journey with us. - Cori Link
Here's the world premiere of Brad Meltzer and Barbara Bush recreating the famous I Love Lucy chocolate conveyor belt scene. We did it to raise awareness for family literacy. And God bless her, she let me eat 300 chocolates in the President's office. Thanks to all for such amazing support with the launches of I am Jane Goodall, I am George Washington, and The House of Secrets. Can't wait for you to read I am Jim Henson!