Book Review for BookSneeze

           The Boy Who Changed the World
           Reviewed by Irene Roth
           For BookSneeze.com
          
           The subtitle of the book tells the reader exactly what
           the book is about: How your life matters. What a
           wonderful message to give to kids!  Books like this can
           encourage a young reader to excel, no matter what (s)he
           does.
          
           Throughout the book, Andrews discusses some of
           the questions that we all have about the meaning of our
           lives. How can we each make a difference in this vast
           and sometimes empty world? As the reader turns each
           page of the book, (s)he will learn that everything we do
           does indeed matter. In fact, what you did yesterday,
           what you do today, and what you will do tomorrow all
           matter. What an empowering message for kids.
          
           This overall theme has even more far reaching
           implications. It would seem that all our actions have an
           impact on others, in one way or another, not only
           currently but also right through history. In fact,
           generations from now, people will still be reaping some
           of the benefits of our current actions.
          
           This book has bold, colorful illustrations. It is easy to
           read. It could be read either in one sitting or over time
           to serve as a reminder that what we do matters in the
           grand scope of things. That is what the butterfly effect
           is all about.
          
           I recommend this book to kids of all ages. It will be a
           book that could be read many times and it will enrich as
           well as inspire the reader each time.
                                             
           I received this ARC from the publisher through
           BookSneeze.com, http://BookSneeze.com book
           reviewers program. I am disclosing this in accordance
           with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16CFR, Part 255. 
           
           Irene S. Roth

           Please also visit: www.adolescentgirlsblog.wordpress.com

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