The Fruit Tree

Rated 3.00/5 based on 2 reviews
This is a very short story, or perhaps more a fable, designed especially for school aged children dealing with bullies and learning about responsibility. This short story has a moral, or perhaps is moral, something not found often. This entertaining piece may be just what the doctor ordered.
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Words: 1,120
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476220970
About Jeff Cross

Above all, I'm a father and a grandfather. I've began writing first to entertain my family, hence my fiction novels for children. When I began getting lots of calls about technical information concerning my job, I decided to write some non-fiction books. I am an ICC certified combination inspector for a small to mid-sized city in East Texas. With the background in construction and the education from several apprinticeships I've been able to obtain several trade license including a masters. I now do consulting for home construction and I'm working on a series of books to help the common man (or woman) understand how plumbing and electrical systems work.

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Review by: Heidemarie Swanepoel on April 15, 2010 : (no rating)
I enjoyed reading this story with my 2 boys, who are going through bullying at school. I found it to be a wonderful lesson, and was able to use the story as a good starting point for a discussion on why fighting is not neccessarily a good option to resolve issues.
Technically, I do think the book could be improved and polished a bit by good editing, although I would not make the story too long, as you need to take the age it is written for into account.
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Review by: Shannon Glenn on March 26, 2010 :
I gave this story a lot of thought before writing this review. I decided that this story does not reach its potential. The fruit tree fable part of the story sounds pretty good, but is lacking. There are some things alluded to, lightly touched upon, which if examined deeper, could really pay off. I think there is a lot of potential in this story, but it remains untapped.
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