BOOK REVIEW :THE BOY WHO CHANGED THE WORLD BY ANDY ANDREWS

Would you like to teach your children how their actions can make a huge impact in someone’s life? Are you looking for ways to instill in your child that every choice he or she makes, good or bad can make a difference in the life of others?  Andy Andrews’ The Boy Who Changed the World will help you accomplish the task of teaching your child how everything we do in our lives can make a difference in the world we live in.

The book is about three boys:  Norman Borlaug, Henry Wallace, and George Washington Carver.  The author cleverly used the butterfly effect to illustrate how the action of each boy had a ripple effect on the entire world.  Any child reading this story will be encouraged to do positive things that will perhaps change the world.

The most inspiring part of this book is the clear message that each one of us can make a huge difference in the life of mankind by engaging in the smallest of act.  The illustration helps the story jump off the page.   I really enjoyed reading this well written book. 

I received this book free from Thomas Nelson Publishers as part of their book review bloggers program.

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5 responses to this post.

  1. What a great book. You did a wonderful job with the review, Nicole.

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  2. Nice review, Nicole!

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  3. Great review for a wonderful book. Well done!

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  4. Wonderful review. Thanks, Nicole! 🙂

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  5. Thank you to Cheryl, Donna, Connie and Nancy for stopping by. Your support is greatly appreciated.

    Regards,
    Nicole

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