Hope for the Flowers

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Paulist Press, 1972 - Religion - 144 pages
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This classic story is celebrating its 25th anniversary. "Hope for the Flowers" is an inspiring allegory about the realization of one's true destiny as told through the lives of caterpillars Stripe and Yellow, who struggle to "climb to the top" before understanding that they are meant to fly. --- From the Publisher

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User Review  - Sumit Singla - Goodreads

One part Jonathan Livingston Seagull and another part The Little Prince, this is a short, sweet fable with an important message. It doesn't preach and you are free to read it like a children's story ... Read full review

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User Review  - Elaine - Goodreads

A cute illustrated book about 2 catterpillars, Yellow and Stripe. I love the drawings. A story about dreams and destiny. Cute! I finished reading this in a bookstore while waiting for Mom. haha!! Read full review


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Paulus is vice-president of Central Rocky Mountain Permaculture Institute and Cornucopia Network of New Jersey.

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