I once was an iPhone in someone’s hand,
Being stared at and played with,
Died when I ran out of juice,
But came back alive plugged in
– Demian Reith
Snorkel Run With the Gang
Thought-provoking and profound, Snorkel Run With the Gang zooms in to the authors’ daily lives and out to their communities and worlds. Tropical fish swim under the surface. Love is found and lost and found again. One writer’s letter about overcrowded school busses becomes a new story. The authors investigate what it means to move through life with an open mind: “I always try to get to know a person before I form an opinion about them because they might become a really good friend and we need to try to unite our country instead of divide ourselves” (“How We Can Unite Together”). In this book, find ideas about changing the world and reflections on what it means to be home. From mountaintops to airplanes, these writers share their bold and expansive voices.