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Hope is an open heart by We've all had days when hope feels far away, when the world seems cold and dark. Thankfully, comfort can come to us in many ways, as it does in this special book. Speaking to people of all ages, across all cultures, these words and images celebrate loving families, caring friends, small kindnesses and great inner strength.
Call Number: J152.4 THO
Publication Date: 2008
Hope the rainbow fairy by Hope the Rainbow Fairy has a special job in Fairyland: she spreads colour and rainbows! But when a fairy flu hits, everyone has to stay at home. Hope can't spread her colours anymore, but she refuses to sit back and let their world turn sad and grey. She might not be able to magic the fairy flu away, but with a little creativity and kindness her community will stay more connected (and colourful) than ever!
Call Number: G JF GRE
Publication Date: 2020
Hasel and Rose by Rose feels alone in the new town. Everything is different and strange. She wishes- but she's not sure what she's wishing for. She searches... but she's not sure what for. Then from somewhere far away, someone else begins a journey. And maybe, just maybe, Hasel and Rose can find the courage to begin again.
Call Number: G JF MAG
Publication Date: 2014
Pandora by Pandora lives alone, in a world of broken things. No one ever comes to visit, so she spends her time gathering and mending what she can. But when a bird falls from the sky, slowly her world begins to change. A story of hope and regeneration.
Call Number: G JF TUR
Publication Date: 2016-11-03
A Child's garden: a story of hope by A little boy’s home has been reduced to ruin and rubble, and now a wire fence and soldiers separate him from the streams and hills he once visited with his father. But the boy sees a tiny speck of green peeping up toward the sunlight, and he quietly begins to coax it with water and care. What sort of promise can a vine’s spreading tendrils bring to a bleak landscape? A beautifully illustrated tale of healing and renewal from a world-acclaimed children’s book creator, A Child’s Garden pays gentle tribute to the human spirit.
Call Number: G JF FOR
Publication Date: 2009