It’s the beautiful story of boys who committed to make a difference — and then went on to do just that when they were older. What I loved about it was that all of these boys were just ordinary, average boys with drive and vision.
This book provided a wonderful springboard for us to talk with our children about how we want them to be world-changers. We don’t want them to be content with mediocrity. We want them to aim high, work hard, and live their lives to make a lasting impact.
You don’t have to be amazingly gifted, incredibly talented, or extremely well off. You just have to have drive, passion, and a commitment to make a difference. This commitment can start very young — as it did in the examples profiled in this book.
In the little things, we want our children to see how their lives matter. They were put here on this earth to do something more than just exist.
Want to raise world-changers at your house or inspire your students to make a difference? I highly recommend reading The Boy Who Changed the World.
What books would you recommend to inspire children to make a difference?