What would the world - and life - be like if your birthplace and ethnicity really did not matter?
Sara Salinger is an average Israeli teen, and her lifestyle is typical of teens around the world. But when she turns 15, she spends an amazing and life-changing week during the summer with 15 other high schoolers at a peace camp in the United States. The caveat: half of the campers are native Palestinians and half are Israel citizens.
We are supposed to hate each other. This sentiment runs through the minds of each camper. However, Sarah finds true friendship, true community, and true love during that extraordinary week. How does she take what she learned and share it with her friends and family back home? Can her thoughts of peace really change her world and the world at large? Will her commitment to peace and understanding cost her after the most devastating tragedy possible strikes her?
An inspiring story of understanding humanity and finding peace in the midst of calamity, The Friendship Pod will leave you believing that there is hope for a better tomorrow.
Cosa ne pensano gli iscritti
- Shannon Bradbury
- 12 06 2018
what an inspiring story
an amazing book. loved the reader and the story. I hope this book goes viral it has the potential of changing so many lives. this is a must read.