Reflections of the Sunrise Storyteller - a Journey Into the Heart as a Global Citizen is told through the eyes of a compassionate teenage photographer/filmmaker who shares her heartfelt thoughts on how we might care for each other and the planet. It chronicles her travels across South Africa, Mozambique, Tanzania, Thailand and the USA. Kasha's photographs are accompanied by reflections that transcend and transform old stories, posing questions that require us to give serious consideration to what doesn't work, while inspiring our hearts to remember our shared humanity.
A portion of the net proceeds from the sale of the book will support grassroots organizations.
shining reviews of "rEFLECTIONS OF THE SUNRISE STORYTELLER"
“Beautifully and thoughtfully written, Kasha Slavner’s Reflections of the Sunrise Storyteller is filled with stories and experiences to inspire and encourage anyone who seeks to contribute to a more peaceful world”
- National Geographic Learning
" There are some who talk, some who dream and a rare few who do. Then, there's that even smaller pack who talk, dream and do in service of something bigger than them. That's Kasha Slavner. At an astonishingly young age, she sees the world through eyes that reveal an ageless and deeply generous soul, then offers wisdom and work in the quest to make a difference. In this beautiful new book, Kasha takes us along with her, sharing striking images through the lens of her camera, and moving stories in a way only she can tell them. Grab a copy, but more importantly, learn from her spirit"
- Jonathan Fields, author and founder of Good Life Project
"Drawing on her experiences and travels, Kasha outlines what being a global citizen means to her and puts forward a positive view of the world rooted in hope and optimism. Given the divisive forces threatening to tear our world apart, Kasha's outlook will undoubtedly serve as an inspiration to adults and young people alike. Her work is ultimately a clarion call for celebrating diversity and extending one's empathy beyond our national borders."
- Michael Sheldrick, Director, Policy and Advocacy, The Global Poverty Project
"Kasha sets an example for young people around the world to follow. This book will inspire you to look deep within and create your own extraordinary journey to impact others for good."
- Adam Braun, NY Times Bestselling author of "The Promise of a Pencil