Tuesday, September 7, 2010


The Boy Who Changed the World by Andy Andrews can easily be stated as the best. The best for being able to tell children that what they do can and will affect themselves and those around them. The best examples of how one decision can nurture another. The best illustrations to help narrate the story.

When you put all of the above mentioned tasks in one book you get this. The perfect tale of how a boy does matter. What he says and thinks can and will help someone, somewhere, sometime. All in all this book should be given to children and be kept in libraries everywhere for easy access. Children should know as young and as soon as possible that they matter.

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