The Boy who Changed the World is a child's version of Andy Andrew's book, The Butterfly Effect. In this book your child will learn that everything they do has an effect on others. What a powerful message for kids to learn. This is one message that every person needs to know and realize as a true fact. They can make a difference. They do make a difference. Everything they do makes a difference.
The illustrations in this book are bright beautiful and very colorful. Even the littlest of kids will love to look at the pictures. Can even play eye-spy and see if they can find the butterfly on the page or count how many they can find on the page.
Think Christmas. It's coming. What better gift to give an something that teaches you make a difference. I very highly recommend this book. The message is great you can't beat it.
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The Boy Who Changed the World
By Andy Andrew
Did you know that what you do today can change the world forever?
The Boy Who Changed the World opens with a young Norman Borlaug playing in his family’s cornfields with his sisters. One day, Norman would grow up and use his knowledge of agriculture to save the lives of two billion people. Two billion! Norman changed the world! Or was it Henry Wallace who changed the world? Or maybe it was George Washington Carver?
This engaging story reveals the incredible truth that everything we do matters! Based on The Butterfly Effect, Andy’s timeless tale shows children that even the smallest of our actions can affect all of humanity. The book is beautifully illustrated and shares the stories of Nobel Laureate Norman Borlaug, Vice President Henry Wallace, Inventor George Washington Carver, and Farmer Moses Carver. Through the stories of each, a different butterfly will appear. The book will end with a flourish of butterflies and a charge to the child that they, too, can be the boy or girl who changes the world.
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A copy of this book was provided for this review by Thomas Nelson Publishing.