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The Adventures of Alfred in The Greatest Fruit of All

Conflicts and Resolutions

by Gail R. Wright


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 5/6/2011

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 112
ISBN : 9781449715854
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 112
ISBN : 9781449715861
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 112
ISBN : 9781449715847

About the Book

Alfred's parents have a parent-teacher conference with his third-grade homeroom teacher. His teacher shares that Alfred has a social problem. He doesn't get along with others. He doesn't follow directions, and he is always daydreaming in class and not paying attention but can be caught talking about his football practice during class. Afterward, Alfred's parents had a talk with him about his behavior in school and his grades. The other teachers complain that Alfred hits people and calls them names. He seems to be a good child, but won't volunteer to help, and there are issues that need to be addressed and behavior redirected.

Alfred's teacher wants to put him on an intervention behavior plan. His teacher and parents agree that taking him off the football team until his behavior and grades improves would help. It will also show that there are consequences for bad behavior.

They also believe it will help him bring out other issues that may be bothering him, so he can learn to deal with them in a positive manner.

Alfred meets several kids who help him improve his behavior. They teach him using nine fruits of the spirit from Galatians 5:22–23: love, joy, peace, kindness, patience, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control, the greatest fruit of all.


About the Author

Gail Wright, Christian Certified Temperament Counselor has served as a Sunday school teacher, youth director in ministry, volunteer youth worker in church ministry, and also with youth correctional and adult prison. She has been a private school teacher, after-school supervisor, and youth coordinator of a city summer program. As such, she has met many children, youth, and adults who are dealing with behavior issues and don't know how to cope with their emotions when facing conflicts. She has a passion from God to give youth an alternative to their behavior.

She received encouraging words every day from her Christian parents while growing up in Virginia. They taught her and her four siblings how to trust in the Lord and read the Bible for directions on how to live life. Gail thanks God for her loving parents and siblings, her wonderful, supporting husband, two daughters, a grandson and son-in-law, and other family members and friends. She thanks God for this opportunity to touch the lives of children to give them hope.

La’tisha Roberson is a senior in college studying Psychology and Business. For years she has volunteered in multiple youth programs in church, recreation and after school programs and she is currently a modeling instructor. As a youth, she was taught that the beauty on the outside does not compare to the beauty God creates on the inside. Her desire is that by reading this book, children will be able to tackle the concerns of the life with faith, hope and love.