A different sort of book. For everyone. Except for those who have given up completely. (and even they might secretly enjoy it). HOPE FOR THE FLOWERS. Hope for the Flowers book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This classic story is celebrating its 40th anniversary beginn. At the same conference, author Trina Paulus presented a workshop titled "Hope for the Flowers." Said song, written by.

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Editorial Reviews. From School Library Journal. Grade 7 UpAThe ageless, timeless story of Hope for the Flowers is for young and old, lovers, husbands and wives. It's a book to learn to read with, or to comfort those who are dying or grieving. Hope for the Flowers is for young and old, lovers, husbands and wives. It's a book to learn to read with, or to comfort those who are dying or grieving. In the tale. All books come signed personally by Trina with the standard inscription: "In hope ALWAYS, Trina Paulus" (Unless a personalized inscription is requested ~ See.

She then reflects on what led to writing Hope and shares some of the layers of meaning. Insert cover not shown. Trina says, "I especially love the tiny musical intros to each chapter.

They remind me musically of the significant tiny illustrations starting each chapter of Harry Potter.

Thanks to good friend, Rob Simpson, for this work of love. Avoiding the slangs of each, Ruthanne M.

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Landsness and David John Prucha created a classic. Available only in softcover. Since it has been pirated there 24 times by different publishers.

In , there was finally a legitimate version with Sigongsa publishing, who put out 3 different editions so far with multiple printings. Thank you, dear Koreans! Softcover only. Seung Keun has become a life friend.

It is rare for an author to have a direct and personal relation with a publisher such as Seung Keun made possible. This is the second Japanese edition to be published in Japan, now in its third printing. Only in hardcover. Shashi was both translator and editor of an adventurous new publishing house in Moscow, Gaytri.

Hope for the Flowers

There are many stories about this exchange A rare one. Plot summary[ edit ] It all starts when Stripe, the main character, first hatches from an egg. He begins his life by eating the leaf he was born on. He realizes that there must be "more" to life than just eating leaves.


He senses there must be a way to get up into the sky. He searches for a way and finds himself at the base of a pillar made up of caterpillars.

They are all struggling to get up into the sky as well. Here he meets Yellow who also wants to get up into the sky by climbing to the top of the pillar.

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But she feels bad about what must be done to achieve this goal. You have to literally step on and climb over all the other caterpillars who are also trying to reach the top of the pillar. The two of them eventually decide to stop climbing and go back down the pillar.

They live together for a while. But Stripe's curiosity and unrest overcome him and he decides that he must get to the top of the pillar. Stripe says good-bye to Yellow.

He focuses, adapts, and drives to reach the top, and eventually he succeeds at being on the top of the caterpillar pillar. This results in disillusionment, as he takes in a vast vista of other caterpillar pillars.Soon after, he felt tremendous pressure and shaking.

But she sadly knew he was far into the pile to possibly reach.

Stripe looked at each caterpillar inebriated with joy that there could be a butterfly inside. Normally I summarize my reviews at the end of my post after an organized set of facts, pros, and cons.

Read about the butterflies you will find in your back yard , Monarch migration , or watch this short video on Monarch migration. They came to a branch from which hung two torn sacks.