hope

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The feather

"When a great feather drifts from the leaden sky, two children recognize its extraordinariness and take it to the village for its protection. The villagers, however, want to encase it, upon which the feather loses its radiance. The children take it home and care for it through the night. In the morning it is again radiant, and when they set it free, it leaves behind the first signs of blue sky and color. The ambiguous ending invites multiple interpretations about the effects of selflessness and kindness"--Provided by publisher.

Love is the way

holding onto hope in troubling times
Using lessons from his own life, Episcopalian bishop Michael Curry provides a guide on how to life the way of love and hope.

Share your rainbow

18 artists draw their hope for the future
2020
Illustrators imagine what is represented by the rainbows children placed in their windows while in quarantine during the 2020 pandemic, especially spending time with neighbors, family, and friends.

Rain before rainbows

A young girl and a fox embark on a journey through challenging times towards a hopeful and happy future. With the help of friends, they learn that they always have support from others to get them through hard times and scary moments.

Little Mole finds hope

2020
"Little Mole is sad, so his mother teaches him about hope by leading the way out of their dark burrow into a bright world filled with the promise of spring"--Provided by publisher.

Hope

2019
"Two lions celebrate their grandchild and express all the ways this new life has expanded their world, and the hope they hold for his future"--Provided by publisher.

Hope

2019
"Comet is Finn's dog, and his very best friend. They do everything together. But one day Comet won't get out of his basket--not even for his very favorite things! When Comet goes to the vet, all Finn can do is HOPE"--Back cover.

The great realization

2020
"[This poem] provides a springboard for discussion of current events with children, and presents a more optimistic view of the future in a time where the outlook often seems bleak"--School Library Journal.

Lucy's mask

"Lucy's [finds her] world turned upside down. She's bored. She can't be together her friends. But when she finds out her mom is making her a new mask her boredom turns into excitement. Lucy loves masks! She dives into her toy box full of costumes and opens a world of imagination and make-believe adventure, far beyond the walls of her room. Of course, she doesn't realize that the mask her mom is making is not a costume at all but one that will keep her safe and make her a real-life superhero"--Amazon.

Where to begin

a small book about your power to create big change in our crazy world
"A collection of the ideas, mantras, and poems the author turns to when she feels overwhelmed by worry, fear, anxiety, or helplessness. Helps readers with how to retain hope for big change through small actions"--OCLC.

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