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Number of Pages: 40
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2014
|Dimensions: 9.03 X 6.60 (inches)|
The bestselling book now featuring revised content and new illustrations!
The Kid Who Changed the World tells the story of Norman Borlaug, who would one day grow up and use his knowledge of agriculture to save the lives of two billion people. Two billion! Norman changed the world! Or was it Vice President Henry Wallace who changed the world? Or maybe it was George Washington Carver? But what about Susan Carver?
This engaging story reveals the incredible truth that everything we do matters! Based on his book The Butterfly Effect, Andys timeless tale shows children that even the smallest of our actions can make a difference in someones life. In turn, that person makes a difference in someone elses life, and the blessing is passed from person to person. Through each characters story, readers will see that they, too, can be the kid who changes the world.
Now updated with Susan Carvers story and brand-new illustrations by Phillip Hurst!
Features & Benefits:
- Based on true stories
- Helps children understand that everything they do makes a difference
- Based on The Butterfly Effect by New York Times bestselling author Andy Andrews
- Updated illustrations by Phillip Hurst
Hailed by a New York Times reporter as "someone who has quietly become one of the most influential people in America," Andy Andrews is a bestselling novelist, speaker, and consultant for the world's largest corporations and organizations. He has spoken at the request of four different U.S. presidents.
Fitzysmom5 Stars Out Of 5May 27, 2014FitzysmomIn a world that seems to tell children that they don't matter, this book is a breath of fresh air. The message that what you do today does matter. In fact what you do today will impact tomorrow and all the days that follow.
Most of us learned about George Washington Carver in school. But this book takes us through the ripple effect of his life. It tells about his past and how it affected what he was able to accomplish. It also talks about how his life impacted others and through that millions of people were fed.
Not only is this a great book to be read in your home, it would also be a wonderful resource in your education circles. Andy Andrew's website has some great resources that will enhance your book experience. This book would be a great leaping off point in a study of how you can make a difference in the world.
I received a copy of this book to facilitate my review.