Ten Boys Who Changed the World
by Irene Howat
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Ten naughty boys.
Who grew into men that changed the world!
What happened in between? What changed them into world changers? Or should I say, who?
Irene Howat re-tells their amazing stories in short, exciting chapters that will keep your young lad turning the pages and inspire the world changer in him. The book dives into the lives of these unlikely lads:
George Muller, a thief and young inmate - changed into a world changing multi-millionaire.
Brother Andrew, a World War II prankster - changed into a world changing bible smuggler.
Nicky Cruz, the New York gangster - changed into a world changing international youth evangelist.
John Newton, a kid-napped sailor - changed into a world changing slavery reformer.
And six more inspiring true stories including David Livingstone, Billy Graham, and William Carey.
This awe-inspiring book is a must-have for all young boys, teaching faith through the must powerful means of story-telling - the true childhood stories of young boys who become earth shaking Men of God.
Irene Howat is an awarding-winning author writing for both children and adults. Married to a retired minister with a grown-up family, she now lives in Ayrshire, Scotland. Enjoying her writing and painting, she waits in anticipation for her fans letters.
Ten Boys Who Changed the World by Irene Howat was published by Christian Focus Publications in June 2003 and is our 268th best seller. The ISBN for Ten Boys Who Changed the World is 9781857925791.
|Page last updated||23rd December 2010|
|Author / Artist||Irene Howat|
|Publisher||Christian Focus Publications (June 2003)|
|Recommended for Ages||from 7 years up to 12 years|
|Number of Pages||160|