The Boy Who Changed The World by Andy Andrews is a children's book that illustrates the butterfly effect...where every action, good or bad, can influence other actions. It was a very cute book with very cute and appropriate illustrations for children. Each story weaves in the comment that God created us to make a difference. It goes through the chain of events from a farmer adopting George Washington Carver all the way up to Norman Borlaug, and how decisions each one made (large or small) had an influence on others.
I would recommend the book for children ages 3 - 8 as the story is written directly for children and is easily understood. All in all a good read!
This book was provided to me by Thomas Nelson Publishers as part of the Booksneeze program. All opinions are my own.