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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 11/25 James K. wrote: Thanks to Thomas Nelson for the review copy.In The Boy Who Changes the World, Andy Andrews tells the stories of four boys, whose lives touched one another, and who each made a difference in the life of another, bringing about meaningful change in the world (in the end, Norman Borlaug creates superplants ... Andy Andrews, The Boy Who Changes the World

James K.'s Rating:

5 Stars

On 11/22 Beth Hudspeth wrote: This is a book that tells the story of some pretty important historical figures, some of which you may know, a few who may be new to you. It is based on true facts, and is written to make it easier for children to understand the moral of the story. I don't think the author is used to writing for children, ... The Boy who Changed the World/The Butterfly Effect

Beth's Rating:

3 Stars

On 11/21 Nicole From Mama to 3 Blessings wrote: The Boy Who Changed the Worldby Andy AndrewsPublished by Tommy NelsonDid 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 ... THE BOY WHO CHANGED THE WORLD BOOK REVIEW

Nicole From Mama to 3's Rating:

4 Stars

On 11/19 karmat wrote: This is a wonderful children's book that explores and explains how even just one person can have an effect for many years to come. It starts by looking at the life of Nobel laureate Norman Borlaug who is sometimes called "the father of the revolution," and whose studies and developments have led to ... The Boy Who Changed the World

karmat's Rating:

5 Stars

On 11/17 Shirley Corder wrote: This beautifully illustrated book is one of these children’s books which will also inspire and entertain the adult reader. The message revealed through this engaging tale is that every choice you make, whether good or bad, can make a difference. It illustrates the so-called “butterfly effect” in ... The Boy who Changed the World

Shirley's Rating:

4 Stars

On 11/14 Cody Stauffer wrote: This is the children's book version of The Butterfly Effect by the same author, and illustrated by Philip Hurst. I actually like this version better, because Hurst does a fantastic job with the illustrations. The message is the same as the butterfly effect- that our lives all matter and that our decisions ... BookSneeze Book Review: "The Boy Who Changed the World," by Andy Andrews

Cody's Rating:

4 Stars

On 11/5 Tiffany's Bookshelf wrote: Everything we do, every decision we make, has an impact.  This book explores the lives of Norman Borlaugh, Henry Wallace, George Washington Carver, and Moses Carver.  Together, the actions of these men resulted in a tremendous advance in agriculture, allowing more people to be fed and reducing ... The Boy Who Changed the World, by Andy Andrews

Tiffany's Bookshelf's Rating:

5 Stars

On 11/4 Carrie Stone wrote: When I was asked to review a book by Andy Andrews, internationally known speaker and author of New York Times Bestsellers The Traveler's Gift and The Noticer, I was really excited. This man is certainly someone who has been leaving his mark on the world. In a time were heroes are made out of men and ... Impact the Next Generation

Carrie 's Rating:

5 Stars

On 10/28 pwnmom wrote: The Boy Who Changed the World is a wonderful tale of 5 different men in history who, by doing one small or simple thing (or by making one small or simple choice/decision), were able to change the world in a big way. The book was short enough that my 3 yr old daughter sat on my lap and allowed me to ... The Boy Who Changed the World by Andy Andrews

pwnmom's Rating:

5 Stars

On 10/28 Martha Gatehi wrote: one of the things that draw me to this book is the fact that it was talking about a boy not a man.Why a boy?because I love serving and working with children .When I see them realize their God given abilities that gives me a reason of smile. As events turn out here in the book we realize a chain of activities AND events... the boy who changed the world

Martha's Rating:

4 Stars