Posted by: kbumgardaner | September 17, 2010

The Boy Who Changed the World

Andy Andrews
Illustrated by Philip Hurst

How can one boy change the world? With the help of other boys who also changed the world…creating the “ripple effect.”
This book was an enchanting story of boys who influenced others to produce change as others influenced them.
It is an incredibly well written, beautifully illustrated story that I highly recommend. I read it with my 9-year-old and she too thoroughly enjoyed it.
The colorful illustrations are detailed and gorgeous and made it even more inviting. We noticed that each page had butterflies, but didn’t know why until the end of the story where the author and illustrator tied it all together beautifully.
This is an extremely well written book that teaches young people how everything they do, good and bad, effects change somewhere…a great reminder to make a difference for good and for God!

I received a free copy of this book from the publisher for purpose of review.


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