In this striking, oversize, picture book, Susie Morgenstern tackles a serious question - If you could make miracles,
what would you do? The young boy in this story comes up with some wonderful ways of making the world a better place.
The boy's list is pretty ambitious and includes healing all the sick, making the world stop fighting, and creating
a giant loaf of bread that would cure the world's hunger.
After explaining all the splendid things he would do to make this a better world, the child realizes even the
biggest dreams need to start small. He ends with these sage words: "It might sound like God is who I want to be -
And maybe it's true. But here is the key: To change the world from dark to bright, first I should learn to read and
Jiang Hong Chen's vibrant color illustrations complement the book's text and make this a volume both children and
their parents will enjoy reading over and over.
Although the target audience for this picture book is the primary grade child, this would be a clever and an
inspiring gift for anyone graduating from school this spring.