The Boy Who Changed the World by Andy Andrews

I don't have many children's books that I think are really well done. This book is an exception to that. I absolutely loved it. Perhaps, it is because it tells a little of the story of George Washington Carver and how his simple faith led him to make immeasurable discoveries in science. He asked the Lord to guide him in everything he did and God opened up things to him that he had never revealed to anyone.

The book also follows the lives of several other young men and their journeys of faith. One of those young men saved two billion people from starving to death. We see each of them interact and influence others in a kind and compassionate way that is not overshadowed by their brilliance. Science and faith collide in an extraordinary display in this children's book. Get a copy for your child today.

This book was provided by Thomas Nelson Publishers for review.



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