The Principle of Hope
Come learn about The Principles of Our World. In a series of real-life stories, readers will be introduced to The Principle of Hope. The stories in this children’s book are meant to remind all of us about the importance of hope in our lives. Enjoy the book in one sitting or read just one story at a time.
It is never too early in the development of a child to start talking about the importance of principles like honesty, courage, and teamwork. This book is part of a series of books about The Principles of Our World that provide parents and teachers with the opportunity to read to young children (ages 4+) and talk about a variety of situations they will experience in life. For young, independent readers (ages 7+), The Principles of Our World book series is a great addition to their book collection. At the end of the book, there is a section called, “Where Do We Go From Here?” This section is designed for children, parents, and educators to discuss situations they will encounter in life and talk about how The Principles of Our World can help them effectively handle these situations.
The Principles of Our World are here to help.
“Hello, I am The Principle of Hope.
“People say I am the reminder they need to keep believing in their dreams even when they are unsure of what tomorrow will bring.
“People also say that I am the helpful hand that pulls them out of a struggle.
“There will be times in your life when you struggle to accomplish your goals. I will help give you strength to believe in yourself, so you can keep making progress toward your goals.
“My parents told me that when they were young and newly married, all they had was Hope; and that is why they named me Hope.
“Please call on me when you need a ‘light’ to get through a dark struggle. I will help remind you that you can achieve your dreams no matter how difficult today may seem.
“I will be there to support and encourage you—no matter what situations you experience in life.
“Please, count on me to help you have Hope when you are struggling.”