Book Review: The Boy Who Changed the World

The Boy Who Changed the World by Andy Andrews is a book that I will read to my son and hopefully future children and grandchildren for years to come!

It a wonderful tale of the impact one person can have on millions (or billions) of people and illustrates to children how investing in just one other person can go on to changes lives for years to come.

It traces the lives of Norman Borlaug, Henry Wallace, George Washington Carver and Moses Carver and shares how they impacted two billion people!

Another reason this book will be a family favorite, the impact was through agriculture. Since I was privileged to grow up on a farm and have a BS in agriculture, I believe it is important to teach future generations about agriculture and The Boy Who Changed the World is a great book to do that.

It ends by telling the child that they can change the world!

I believe this is a timeless book that will be read to children for years and highly recommend purchasing a copy for the little boy (or girl) in your life!

Disclosure: I received this book free from Thomas Nelson Publishers as part of their book review bloggers program. All opinions expressed are my own.