Point A to Point Z
by Ginney Etherton
Zak and his grandmother travel as emissaries to countries emerging into a shifting world. Experiencing Mongolia's lush northern steppes from horseback and the Gobi desert from camelback exposes the contrasts of miners versus herders. Zak finds the power of photography in Angola's slums, warships, waterfalls, and jungles, where developers and corruption leave villagers struggling to survive.