Tuesday, September 7, 2010

The boy who changed the world by Andy Andrews Book Review

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  I was fast becoming an Andy Andrews fan and this book was the finishing touch on making sure that happened.  When I first opened my package that I received from Thomas Nelson Publishers I was awe struck on how vibrant the art work and illustrations on the cover were. The boy on the cover reminds me of my son Taylor. Every page is just as beautiful that it captivates you from the start, my boys loved this book as well. I was excited to read a children's book that helped to instill the values I am teaching my children already. This book is a must have for any family with kids, it helps children to know that they CAN make a difference and that even something small can turn out to be HUGE. Like the magic seeds that Norman had that turned into food to feed many hungry people. A small gesture helped so many. Having special needs kids we have always told them there is nothing they cannot do if they set there mind to it, and this story backed that up. Anyone can do anything if they set their mind to it. I love how Andy Andrews also has printable curriculum that goes along with this book, as a home school family I find this added benefit so wonderful and we will be getting started with that this week. I highly recommend this book for all families and any other book that Andy Andrews has written they are all hits in our house and make wonderful gifts as well.

  I was provided a free copy of this book by Thomas Nelson Publishers in exchange for my honest review that is of my opinions only.

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