Tuesday, September 7, 2010

The Boy Who Changed The World Review



I really enjoyed this book, as did my two year old son. But I do think it is a book better suited for an older child, because I am sure my 2 year old did not really understand the meaning of the story. But, a good story it is nonetheless. I like the graphics, how they are more real and not too cartoonish, like some books. I also like the flow of the book, how it tells a story, yet also teaches something. It also makes a child think that they can be somebody worthy and do something to change the world, or even just change the lives of a few people. I like the slight comedy in the book too. And the suddle seriousness as well. A very good book for kids. I would definitely recommend it.

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