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The Power of the Invisible Sun

The Power of the Invisible Sun

By Bobby Sager,Foreword by Sting


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Through his philanthropic work, Bobby Sager has come face to face with children living in some of the most war-torn areas of the world. His photographs capture their transcendent spirit: the power of the invisible sun. These 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. Sager's poignant images are assembled in a visually arresting collection. Including a foreword by Sting, The Power of the Invisible Sun will inspire hope and activism through intimate encounters with these children and the human spirit that defines them.

All of Sager's proceeds from THE POWER OF THE INVISIBLE SUN will go towards the HOPE IS A GAME-CHANGER PROJECT which will deliver indestructible soccer balls into the hands of kids in the most difficult places around the world. Sager was inspired to help launch this project with Sting and inventor Tim Jahnigen because of a child soldier and his "ball" featured in the book. Each indestructible ball is a lasting symbol of hope. A light no matter how smallthe power of the invisible sun.

Included with your purchase is a note letting the receiver know that the purchase put an indestructible soccer ball into the hands of a child in one of the worst places on the planet.

To find out more about the HOPE IS A GAME-CHANGER PROJECT project, visit

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Size: 12 x 9 in;
Pages: 136 pp;
Format: Hardcover
Publication: October 2009
ISBN: 9780811872973
ISBN10: 811872971
Bobby Sager is a renowned entrepreneur and philanthropist and the founder of the Sager Family Foundation.

The Sager Family Foundation empowers leadersthose who have the ability and potential to impact many othersthrough education, community-building, and entrepreneurship.