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The Kid Who Changed the World Kindle Edition
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|Length: 41 pages||Language: English||Age Level: 4 - 8|
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About the Author
Andy Andrews is a bestselling novelist, speaker, and consultant for some of the world's most successful teams, largest corporations, and fastest-growing organisations. He is the author of the New York Times bestsellers The Noticer, How Do You Kill 11 Million People?, and the modern classic The Traveler's Gift. For more information, please visit AndyAndrews.com. --This text refers to the hardcover edition.
- ASIN : B00IPPMFG4
- Publisher : Thomas Nelson; Illustrated edition (6 May 2014)
- Language : English
- File size : 121505 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Up to 5 simultaneous devices, per publisher limits
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- Print length : 41 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : 1400324335
- Customer Reviews:
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Great for kids, Great for adultsReviewed in Canada on 8 August 2014
I bought this for my grandchildren but I love it myself. I would recommend this book to EVERY parent and grandparent. Read it to your kids. Have them read it to you.
One StarReviewed in the United States on 13 April 2018
Promotes GMO's. I sent it back.
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Carole C. Terral
I was delighted with this book---- and how much more so when ...Reviewed in the United States on 23 October 2016
I was delighted with this book---- and how much more so when my husband, a retired "seedsman", verified the facts about these great men portrayed in this biography. After purchasing the first book for my own early-elementary age grandchildren, I ordered 8 more copies to give to agricultural families in our church. The only negative feeling that I got was in regard to the explanation of the "butterfly effect", though it seems this is a pet subject for the author. ( If this is scientifically true, it seems that the "whoosh" of traffic and even human movement would constantly create much greater opposing forces canceling the effect of the much smaller butterfly.). Please correct me if I am wrong about this!
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We really do affect more people than we knowReviewed in the United States on 10 September 2018
The book was easy for a child to read and comprehend. It share the struggles and love of John Washington Carter and the outcome of his zest for learning and improving his community, if not the world. The stories of those he affected come first, and how everything stemmed from one child is inspiring.
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Great read!Reviewed in the United States on 22 August 2020
Great story! Makes you think about the little decisions you make and how one single decision can impact the life of someone else. Don’t understand the title change, but the story is the same as the Boy Who Changed the World.