(This is the second of three posts regarding a package I received from a public relations agency that contained promotional material for projects they represent.)
"The Power of the Invisible Sun " is a book by Bobby Sager that contains...
"...photographs taken in Afghanistan, Rwanda, Pakistan, Palestine, Sri Lanka, Kenya, and Zimbabwe, from September 11, 2001 until early 2009 depict refugees, orphans, child soldiers, and just plain kids living with conflict, disaster, and displacement..."
"All of Bobby's proceeds from THE POWER OF THE INVISIBLE SUN go towards the HOPE IS A GAME-CHANGER PROJECT which puts indestructible soccer balls into the hands of kids in the most difficult places around the world. These balls are a lasting symbol of hope. A light no matter how small—the power of the invisible sun.
"While a soccer ball may seem a small thing to most, an indestructible soccer ball can mean so much more to a kid in really messed up places. Surviving the dirt roads and lots scattered with glass and debris they're so often kicked around on, each ball will come to represent an incredible and elevated sense of durability, longevity, possibility, hope. Put simply, these balls won’t let them down – and are the entry point to learning critical life skills through play – discipline, teamwork, citizenship, knowing how to give constructive feedback, and being a supportive friend."