Monday, September 6, 2010

The Boy Who Changed the World

I got a note in my mailbox that there was a package for me.  I love getting packages.  It feels like Christmas morning.  So I headed to the post office to find a really big box.  Inside was a large children's picture book called "The Boy Who Changed the World" by Andy Andrews.  A few minutes ago I published a review of the book "The Butterfly Effect" by the same author.  This is the children's version of that book.

The Boy Who Changed the World is full of history and great story.  It follows a chain of events and people that saved billions of people from starvation.  But it's not a dry-text.  The illustrations are beautiful and colorful.  And the story will inspire a child to remember that every action they take impacts others.  It's a very thought provoking book.



"The Boy who Changed the World" by Andy Andrews is available for around $12 at various book distributors.  It would make a great and inspiring Christmas gift for the 8-12 year old child on your list.  I was glad to have an opportunity to read it to our guys and will pass it on to a book-loving child to be encouraged.

I received a complimentary copy of The Boy Who Changed the World from Thomas-Nelson Publishers as part of their BookSneeze reviewers program in order to complete this unbiased review.

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