When his brother Whit, co-creator of the wildly popular game "Cranium", decided to venture across the Atlantic and change the technological landscape of Africa for it's citizens, Max Alexander, former executive editor of "Variety" and "Daily Variety", and a former senior editor at "People", decided to go along and chronicle the story.
His new book Bright Lights, No City tells the upward story of Whit's adventure to bring rechargeable batteries to communities that really need them.
You have a chance to meet Max and Whit tomorrow night at Town Hall Seattle where they will be speaking about the book!
If you'd like to get the book for yourself, click here.
To learn more about BURRO, click here.