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The Boy Who Changed the World

The Boy Who Changed the World

By Andy Andrew
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 4.38 Stars

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On 9/7 Amanda Moon wrote: 3 StarsThe Boy Who Changed the World tells the story of the boy who invented a new type of corn that would grow in arid climates, thereby feeding over 2 million people. Except maybe it wasn't him who should get credit for feeding those people, maybe it should be the man who hired him. Or the man who ... Book Review: The Boy Who Changed the World

Amanda's Rating:

3 Stars

On 9/7 Daniel Butcher wrote: The Boy Who Changed the World by Andy Andrews Andy Andrews provides a version of his new book The Butterfly Effect: How Your Life Matters in The Boy Who Changed the World. Andrews tells the story of the development of special corn seeds by Norman, a boy who dreamed of feeding the poor, as the boy who ... The Boy Who Changed the World by Andy Andrews

Daniel 's Rating:

3 Stars

On 9/7 Katy-Anne Wilson wrote: I was excited when Thomas Nelson publishers sent me "The Boy Who Changed the World" for reviewing. I have three sons and was excited to read the book to them. I must say that the illustrations are gorgeous, and those were done well. They are nice and glossy, and go along well with the story. The book ... Book Review: The Boy Who Changed the World by Andy Andrews

Katy-Anne's Rating:

3 Stars

On 9/7 Amanda Werner wrote: Andy Andrews is at it again, yet this time he switches gears towards the children.From the back.... "The Boy Who Changed the World reveals the incredible truth that everything YOU do matters--what you did yesterday, what you do today, and what you will do tomorrow. Every choice you make, good or bad, ... Book Review: The Boy who Changed the World by Andy Andrews

Amanda 's Rating:

3 Stars

On 9/7 Carol Layton wrote: The author recreates implausible childhood scenes of four men associated with plant engineering: Norman Borlaug, Henry Wallace, Moses Carver and George Washington Carver. The text somewhat clumsily connects these stories as it introduces each boy and then explains his future accomplishments. The prose ... Too Many Cooks?

Carol's Rating:

3 Stars

On 8/29 Christi S wrote: I have to confess that I received these two books long ago but this has been a very hard review to write.I love the premise of these books, that everything you do matters, that even the smallest insignificant things can have a profound effect.I loved the first story in The Butterfly Effect about how ... book review - Butterfly Effect & The Boy Who Changed the World

Christi S's Rating:

2 Stars

On 1/6 SassyPants wrote: I love to read children's books.I like the way they generally tell a story but teach a powerful lesson for life as well. That saying, I chose "The Boy that Changed the World,"written by Andy Andrews to review from Thomas Nelson Publishers. I receieved a copy of this book free of charge in exchange for ... The Boy Who Changed the World Review

SassyPants' Rating:

2 Stars

On 10/6 Jenni Hypes wrote: This children’s book is a summarized version of Andy Andrews’ book, “The Butterfly Effect”. The illustrations do a great job of following the story and explaining concepts that help children understand ideas and terms that may be foreign to them. The story highlights examples of how ... REVIEW: “The Boy Who Changed the World” by Andy Andrews

Jenni's Rating:

2 Stars

On 9/13 Crystal wrote: The Boy Who Changed the World. Andy Andrews. Thomas Nelson.August 2010. Hardcover. 40 pages. The Boy Who Changed the World, is Andy Andrews' first children's book. This is the kids version of his new gift book, The Butterfly Effect. The vibrant colors and beautiful pictures alone are enough ... The Boy Who Changed The World

Crystal's Rating:

2 Stars

On 9/11 Harwinder Bhatia wrote: Great Gift Book, Weak Story Book The Boy Who Changed the World I was looking forward to reading this book out to my 5-year old from the time I ordered it. After reading the book, I had a mixed feeling. First of all, I won't call it a story book in the usual sense. It's more of a short message. ... Review: The Boy Who Changed the World

Harwinder's Rating:

2 Stars