The Boy Who Changed The World by Andy Andrews is a very touching book.
It starts off with a story about a boy named Norman who wanted to feed the hungry so he grew up to invent a seed that made super plants feeding 2 billion people!
So he changed the world..
but then it goes on to tell who helped him get to that point by hiring him and who helps that guy... and the cycle repeats itself. The butterfly effect or cycle of love.
It tells how the smallest thing we can do can have huge impacts on someone or something. It shares that God created us to do special things so we must always be attentive to the decision we make. because everything has an effect on us and people around us.
It gives children hope and inspiration to do the right things because it lets them know that they are special enough to be the kid who changes the world to.
We really enjoyed reading this book and think it is a great book for children and even adults! A very inspirational book showing how we can use our tools from God no matter how big or small they are!
Disclosure- I was given a copy of this book from booksneeze to review. All opinions stated are my own.