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What happens when a school decides to break a fifty year tradition? What happens when a school ski resort trip takes a turn for the worst? Left to die in freezing snow battling the elements, these misfit teenagers, from different ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds, find themselves in a frightening predicament. Can they learn to work together, or will their ignorance get the best of them? Imagine being left in the snow with a homosexual diabetic, an overweight homophobic bully, an immigrant, a racist atheist activist , a gospel child, a cheerleader, an Asian geek, an Arab, and a Jew. The students have to learn to stick together for survival, but TV, friends, family, and "life" taught them to be rivals. Could the students express an awakening, an understanding, and an acceptance toward others with diverse beliefs. One student makes it at the end. And that’s me the__________ student. “Why does hatred have a sequel when from the beginning we all are Equal?”... More > @Shareefallmanbr youtube/shareefallmantv2< Less
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Product Details

ISBN
9781483405506
Published
December 19, 2013
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
176.38 KB
Product ID
21362643

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