Ollie and Uma are inseparable friends growing up in a world of inequalities that threaten to tear their friendship apart.
In their effort to change the nature of the game that perpetuates these conditions, they discover that conflict and violence lead to new forms of inequality and injustice.
Justice and equality, they learn, are best achieved through constructive and unifying strategies of social change.
Author: Michael Karlberg.
Illustrator: Craig Howarth.
Format: Hardcover book, 48 pages, 25 x 21 cm.
Publisher: Bahá'í Publications Australia, 2010.
About Michael Karlberg
Michael Karlberg is an Associate Professor in the Department of Communication at Western Washington University. His research and writing focus on the relationship between communication, culture and conflict. He also teaches in the area of 'critical media literacy', helping students understand the ways that we are influenced by, and can also influence, our mass-mediated cultural environments.