The Boy Who Changed The World

I was pleasantly surprised when I received The Boy Who Changed The World by Andy Andrews. It came in a huge box. I really didn’t expect that, and it really brightens my day.

The Boy Who Changed The World by Andy Andrews is a beautifully illustrated children book about a boy called Norman. Norman is a very special boy. He have a very generous heart, and all he want is to feed people who are hungry and on the verge of starvation.

But Norman couldn’t feed people who are hungry out there without the help of the adults, and other people who are in power. He needs help to accomplish his dreams-to feed people who are hungry.

This book is a very special book that you can read to your children during bed time stories. Instead of just having the happily ever after like those you get in fairy tales, The Boy Who Changed The World teaches moral to your children. It teaches your children that there’s hunger and starvation out there, and we ought to be thankful for what we have on our dining table every day.

The Boy Who Changed The World teaches children that every single thing that we do for goodness sake matters.

The Boy Who Changed The World is a wonderful tale that tells your children that everything…. every single thing that you do could effect the things around you, and therefore, it is important for everyone to do good.

The Boy Who Changed The World is a very engaging, unconventional children’s tale. A very good book for bedtime story and a bonding session between parents and children.

Do I recommend this book? Definitely yes, if you have children and would like to teach them moral and influence them to do goodness indirectly. And this book too… tells your children that they matters and they are important, and it doesn’t matter if they are young and small.

I rate this book 4 stars out of 5. Thumbs up. Very inspirational and motivating.

Watch The Book Trailer to get the idea of what The Boy Who Changed The World is all about:

I received this book free from Thomas Nelson Publishers for an advance reading as part of their Booksneeze bloggers program . I was not required to write a positive review and therefore, the book review is 100% my own opinion.


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