I recently received the book 'The Boy Who Changed the World' to review from Thomas Nelson publishers as part of their Booksneeze program. The basic concept of 'The Boy Who Changed the World' by Andy Andrews is the butterfly effect: "When a butterfly flaps its wings, it moves tiny pieces of air...that move other tiny pieces of air...that move other tiny pieces of air. In fact, on the other side of the world, they might be feeling a big whoosh of wind-all because a butterfly flapped its wings here just a few minutes ago!"
This children's book would make a nice gift. The illustrations are beautiful, and it is hardback with a page for gift-giving to write 'To' and 'From' and 'Date'. My seven-year-old son enjoyed the story, although toward the end I was starting to lose his attention. I think this book would be great for older elementary school age and up. The message of 'The Boy Who Changed the World' is an important one: that you are so important to God, and that every little action you take, every little move you make, can result in something great.