Radhe lives in a fog of sadness brought on by circumstances she didn't cause, she doesn't understand, and worst of all, she can't change. Then one day, Radhe wakes up with an idea. She realizes she has the ability to make decisions each day that lead her into a brighter, more hopeful existence. Growing Hope speaks to a child's innate sense of survival, calling it out, encouraging it, and even training it. The story gently acknowledges the crippling sense of helplessness the victim role insures, in empowers children to seek options and make better choices, choices that are available to most children each and every day.