The Boy Who Changed the World by Andy Andrews

The boy who changed the world, by Andy Andrews, is an enjoyable picture book for the entire family. The message is simple but very profound– the unforeseen consequences that our actions and decisions have on ourselves and others.

The author shares with young readers the story of four boys; Norman, Henry, George, and Moses, whose lives would be entwined through their gift of caring. They grow up into adults that found ways to use their knowledge and caring nature for the benefit of many.

The storyline, its simple vocabulary, and the vivid images would captive young readers and make them think about how a great idea, no matter how small, could be nourished to make a difference in the world. And how their actions could lead to unforeseen consequences.

I highly recommend this book to parents and to those working with young readers who are looking for an easy to understand picture book with a powerful message.

FTC Disclamer: A copy of this book was mailed to me by the publisher with a clear understanding, by all involved parties, that no positive review was expected. This is my opinion.

Bibleman Powersource DVD ”Combating the Commandant of Confusion”

The Bibleman Powersource’s DVD Episode “Combating the Commandant of Confusion,” (VHCHXX 2375541439) is an entertaining and educational adventure for the whole family. The language and special effects are appropriate for children between 6 to 10 years old.

In this episode Bibleman and his team must protect their most powerful secret weapon from being stolen and/or destroyed by enemy forces. After the Bible Adventure Training Academy’s computer sends an “Intruder Alert” warning message, Bibleman and his team leave the control room and start searching the academy.“Chaos” seizes this opportunity and steals their most powerful weapon with the intention of using its mighty power against them. He also causes some damage to their computer system.

Bibleman uses a light sword and quotes scriptures to gather strength and power to defend himself against the attacks of his enemies, Chaos and the Commander of Confusion.

The Commander of Confussion’s unique speech is funny and confusing, but his side kick and translator, Chaos, helps the audience to understand their wicked plans.

Since this is a live performance recording, young children will be delightfully engaged with the kids in the audience as they assist Bibleman and his team to solve the case. The audience also encourages Bibleman when it appears that he is loosing the battle.

I highly recommend this DVD to parents looking for a family movie with good role model heroes who gather their strength from the Word of God.

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