1. Hope for the flowers. By Trina Paulus. 1 adapted by Marie-Reine Gauthier, f.d.l.s. INTRODUCTION. All living beings grow, change and are transformed. Hope for the Flowers was written and illustrated by Trina Paulus and At first glance, Hope for the Flowers appears to be an illustrated children's book with. Hope for the Flowers - Download as Word Doc .doc /.docx), PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online. It is written by Trina Paulus – self-describe as an.
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Hope for the Flowers by Trina Paulus. Author. # of pages. Main Characters. Setting(s). Introduction - How does the book begin? Point of View - From what point. Hope for the Flowers (Slide #1). by trina paulus. Chapter 1: Stripe: The Beginning (Slide #2). (Slide #3 ). Once upon a time a tiny striped caterpillar burst. Editorial Reviews. From School Library Journal. Grade 7 UpAThe ageless, timeless story of Hope For the Flowers: A parable about life, revolution, hope, caterpillars & butterflies - site edition by Trina Paulus. Download it once and read it.
He realize that there must be more than just by doing thing repetitively. He finds so many new things and each fascinated him but nothing satisfied him. He met other crawlers but they are all too busy to talk to him.
Until he saw crawlers and looked for their goal where he find out a great pillar of caterpillar each struggling up high into the air. He got curious why everybody trying to be on the top and what was there.
Without having any response from other crawlers, Stripe decided to find out what was there and while he was there taking all the opportunities to reach his goals until one day he met Yellow who have the same goal as him.
But Yellow feels bad about how they have to step on others just to achieve their goals. Until the two of them both agreed to stop climbing and go back down the pillar. They live together.
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He asked Yellow to join him but the latter refused that says the goodbye. Stripe try to focuses himself and drives to reach to the top that eventually resulted for him to be on the top of the pillar but results a big disappointment for him.
There is nothing for him there. He just only have a view of other caterpillars struggling to reach the top and to be in his place.
However, while Stripe attained his disappointments, Yellow follow her instincts, continues her life and met another caterpillar emerges from a cocoon transformed into a butterfly and flies into the sky.
It explain her the true purpose of a caterpillar by being a butterfly, beauty of a butterfly and how she can achieve the same goal — to be on the top — not by crawling but by flying and how a butterfly can be helpful to the others. Yellow waited for Stripe as he come back and reaches the ground again. And it happen.
By then, Yellow. Until finally Stripe emerges transformed into a butterfly and they fly off and inspire other caterpillars together. Though the beautiful and inspiring transformation of a caterpillar is what the author used in the story. Yellow is the character of the story that teaches us helping each other to achieve our goals in life is much more better that continue stepping and pushing others just to fulfill these goals which was agreed by Stripe at first.
The purpose of the author in writing the story is to inspire the readers by relating our life to the evolution of a caterpillar.
But only few of us will be the same with Yellow and Stripe. Most of us can relate to this characteristic of Stripe. At first. But same with Stripe. Outcomes of our decisions are not always the way we think of.
But because of his curiosity. Sometimes we feel disappointed by these outcomes but the good side is we always learn which we can use as a shield to next challenges in life.
While Stripe. 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. 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. So I checked it out from the library and read it again with profound enjoyment and peace. And so is life. Now my children are teenagers and their attitudes are beginning to sour a bit due to the competitive behavior they see exhibited by their fellow human beings—outside their immediate circle of friends that is.
Hope for the Flowers is a fable. In the course of his journey he discovers a tower of caterpillars where everyone is climbing over everyone else to get to the top—a top lost in the clouds.
What exactly exists at the top and why they are trying to get there remains a mystery to Stripe as well as to his fellow climbers. Nevertheless, Stripe jumps onto the caterpillar pile and starts climbing.
Along the way he avoids looking into the eyes of any of the others he steps on or climbs over, but he eventually meets and converses with another caterpillar named Yellow and as a result of this, both of their journeys are forever changed.
By all means rush out right now, get yourself a copy and read it! May 24, Shannon rated it it was ok Recommends it for: This allegory coudln't be more unsubtle. And the strive to the top is like, our struggle in life. And like, being a butterfly is The illustrations were cutesie pie though. This is such a hippie book I don't even know what else to say.
It's hard to hate on such cheesy idealism I felt like I should be more impressed by the cute, universal message, than I was. Maybe it'd help if I was less cyn This allegory coudln't be more unsubtle. Maybe it'd help if I was less cynical. Though I did like the "caterpillar pilar". Oh, 70's.
May 23, Maria Ella rated it it was amazing Shelves: This allegory is totally amazing! Good thing there's a free blog containing this short story. For those who wanted a free read, you may refer to this link. Review and Reflections: I was spending my idle time in my office desk. Thinking of something short yet worthwhile to read. When I went to this site and a friend rated this five stars, I searched for the free text of this This allegory is totally amazing!
When I went to this site and a friend rated this five stars, I searched for the free text of this book.
The story started with Mr. Stripe , curious about the pile of caterpillars having the desire to reach the top. During his climb, and in an unexpected moment , he met Ms. Both having no idea what lies ahead, they decided to spend time together in the meantime, being with each other and enjoying each other's company. Until one day, boredom came.
Stripe desired more. And so Ms. Yellow let go , respecting his decision - and moving on. When circumstances led Ms.
Yellow into greater heights , she searched for Mr. She searched, found, then waited for Mr. Stripe to realize the desires of Ms.
Yellow's heart. Then one day, finally , they became the hope for the flowers.
I want to feel the moment when Mr. Stripe met Ms. Yellow was weak and fragile then, yet Mr. Stripe decided to be with her side since being together means being stronger against any challenge. But what if one day, he feels the boredom? What if he wants more? With this vulnerable heart, should I be able to let go and move on without him? And when I meet him in some distant future, broken and messed-up, will I be able to forgive and forget, and able to help him up?
I may not know these things yet, but I hope one day when I become as iridescent as a butterfly - we would see each other, would help each other, and would be the next hope for these wonderful flowers. View all 9 comments. I received this book as a gift, which I was grateful for, but I just couldn't get on board with it. So here's the thing: It's kind of a children's book, sort of a self-help book, is supposed to provide inspiration and touches on psychology.
And that's exactly my problem with it. Paulus has tried to be so all encompassing that the book just falls flat. There are too many messages and her agenda is just too long. Hope For The Flowers is little bit about love I received this book as a gift, which I was grateful for, but I just couldn't get on board with it. Hope For The Flowers is little bit about love, a little bit about revolution, a good bit about hope and a whole lot about life.
It can be read from philosophical, religious or political points of view, making even the story a bit too ambitious, which sounds ironic when we are dealing with a sparse, simplistic book that is in Paulus's own handwriting. I don't deny that this book took a long time to put together or that it isn't filled with the author's hugely passionate views and feelings, but in Paulus's attempts to make it everything , she has left it lacking.
A big no for me. Oct 14, Orinoco Womble tidy bag and all rated it really liked it Shelves: This is one of those books that you bring yourself to. You will read it through the filter of your experiences, background, and core beliefs. What your core beliefs actually ARE may surprise you; your reaction to books like this may make ideas you didn't know you cherished leap out at you and say BOO! This is a "Marmite book"--you will love it or hate it.
It can be taken a myriad of ways, and will. But the fault if any lies not within our stars, but in ourselves. If it makes you happy, cherish Yes. If it makes you happy, cherish that. If it makes you extremely angry, ask yourself why. If it leaves you indifferent Ostensibly it is a children's book. Perhaps when it first came out, it was. Kids were being taught to think rather deeply in those days.
Today, however, it would be a wise child who would "get it. View 2 comments. Nov 06, Jared Vincent Lacaran rated it really liked it Shelves: I've first read this book when I was like ten.
It's been how many years now, and I still think that it's fantastic. This books is about the journey of two caterpillars, Stripe and Yellow, and the obstacles and problems that they faced before they both became butterflies.
The story is simple, but beautiful and realistic. It's about learning to give up and let go. How each ending offers a new beginning. It's about taking risks. And the desire to see something more.
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The illustrations are really wonder I've first read this book when I was like ten. The illustrations are really wonderful. This may be a book for children's but I'm pretty sure that even adults would enjoy it too.
Aug 02, M. Aneal added it Shelves: Oh this book was just wonderful!!!!! D Thank you, Jerrel for letting me know about this book! This was terrific!! This was such a unique yet inspirational book! This relates to life and shows the journey we all travel. The question, "There has to be more to life? We try to find joy in being at the top yet we never truly see that God has placed true importance in us- and in Jesus we can become new!! Now this book is not considered Christian yet this is a book that should b Oh this book was just wonderful!!!!!
Now this book is not considered Christian yet this is a book that should be! I loved this!! One of my favorite books EVER!! Yasamin Rezaei. Korean version is also good. Recommending this to Koreans who has some difficulties in reading the english version. Hope for the flowers. I first thought that it was a goofy story about tower of worms, but as I read through the book, I recognized that it had a deeper meaning than anything.
I won't talk about it in the review how I can spoil the story. Just read it, it's actually good.He got curious why everybody trying to be on the top and what was there. And those eyes with the look of Yellow. We periodically hit a dry patch where few fish came in, and breadfruit weren't in season, so we ate canned food and rice and coconuts, and when the canned food ran out we ate rice and coconuts.
She wanted to help him succeed. Love each other up to the point that they really know each other but again, Stripes curiosity and decided he must get to the top of the pillar. Those periods of depression became more like exclamation points.
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