“The Boy Who Changed the World” by Andy Andrews

The Boy Who Changed the World is an excellent children’s book of the butterfly effect. For children who are older, around ages seven to ten, this book features full-paged colors and a catchy tale to show the importance of everyone. Covering Norman, the man who extended the survivability of vegetables, to Henry, who promoted the concept, to the famed George Washington Carver.


Overall, I found this book to be motivational and inspiring for children. From the point of two years, pointing out the colorful pictures, to even adults today, this illuminated book gives everyone the inspiration they need: you can make a difference.

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