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Hope Learns To Jump Rope

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Hope is a six year old all American girl who learns valuable life long lessons from her goals and adventures.

“Like the “Little Train that Could” our new friend, Hope, is having some problems with her confidence”

“Let me introduce you to a little girl called Hope. She didn’t want to start 1st grade, until she could jump rope.”

Read along in this inspiring rhyming story to find out how Hope Learns to Jump Rope!
There’s a new kid on the block, and her name is Hope!
Hope is a six year old all American girl who learns valuable life long lessons from her goals and adventures.

Her first book, Hope Learns to Jump Rope follows Hope as she struggles to learn a new skill: Jumping Rope.

Learning something new is hard, at any age. Hope feels sad and frustrated and ready to give up.

“She thought that she had failed.
The tears ran down her face.
She said “I just can’t do it.”
This present is a waste.”

But as Hope lay in bed that night, something special happened that stopped her feeling sad.

˃˃˃ Hope finds out the secret to success in anything she ever wants to accomplish and so can your kids.

Hope shows there’s no better feeling than accomplishing a difficult task.

 

 

 

Benefits

Representation

Hope is an African American girl with a wholesome African American family. Her series of stories adds representation of young African American children in positive and wholesome American literature. Representation matters!

Inspiring story
As parents, family, and educators, we work very hard to secure a successful future for our children. But, our kids soon have to learn that their success has a lot to do with their own actions.

Help build confidence in young children to accomplish their goals.

  • An easy to read rhyming book for beginning readers.

  • Beautiful Illustrations will capture your children’s imagination

  • Hope learns to jump rope is a motivational story focused on the most basic of positive character traits. An instant classic

Format

eBook, Hardcover, Paperback

Author

Amy M. Cancryn

Publisher

Firebrand Publishing

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Editorial Review

"Jumping rope is a pastime that many children partake in. Sweet Hope receives a jump rope from her dad on her birthday and is eager to try it out. However, Hope soon realizes that jumping rope isn’t as easy as it looks for her, and she becomes discouraged. She tried and tried and tried, but she just couldn’t get the hang of it. After a pep talk from her mother and a visit from a magical fairy, Hope finds the motivation to keep on trying. The story ends with a happy ending and with Hope encouraging a young girl to keep trying to jump rope, too.

This book is fit for any little girl who is struggling to learn something new, whether it’s jumping rope or some other activity. The motivational message of not giving up in this story is positive and relatable. The illustrations are soft and colorful, evoking a feminine-feel for the story. I would be hesitant to recommend this story to a young boy, as Hope is very girly, but the message wouldn’t be lost on any child. Author Amy Cancryn writes a rhyme that flows well, for the most part, but the story does get a bit lengthy. Don’t let that dissuade you from purchasing this item though if you know of a little one who needs of boost of inspiration to keep trying something new. Elementary-age readers will enjoy reading this one. The illustrations are soft and colorful, evoking a feminine-feel for the story.
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Liverne Robinson

Teacher