Saturday, September 25, 2010

The Boy Who Changed the World


Recently, we received a remarkable new book for children by bestselling author Andy Andrews to review.

We love books at our house, especially books that teach a life lesson! In this great new book, Andy is teaching children how their actions can set off a spark that, in turn, influences the lives of others. In a short series of wonderful stories he explains how every choice one makes, good or bad, big or small, can make a difference that has a phenomenal impact on other people.

This is a wonderful book that any child would love. It's just a delightful and colorfully illustrated children's book that proves how each of our lives is interwoven with those of others and that our smallest decisions that can truly change the world. Andy says his goal is simply to teach children how important they really are.
This easy-to-read story is written specifically to inspire and motivate children of all ages. Both my 6 and 11 year old found this book to interesting and each loved it for different reasons! I have also shared it with my 5th graders and they loved it as well. It's a great book to help kids understand their importance! We highly recommend this great book to anyone with children!

We were provided a copy of this book for our honest opinion!

2 comments:

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Hello.
I like this book...
Children can learn a lot of things in the story...

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