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Life with Bobby and Bonnie by Alice V. Walters

Life with Bobby and Bonnie

(Tales from the Hood through the Eyes of the Wood)

by Alice V. Walters

Pages: 188

Dimensions: 7 x 10

  • JUVENILE FICTION - Short Stories
  • RELIGION - Christian Life - General

Type : Paperback

ISBN : 9781498412285

Price : $21.99

Life with Bobby and Bonnie are lessons about life, using the charming characters of bunny twins. Their adventures and misadventures, along with their family and friends help them to learn about the unconditional love of Jesus Christ, the hope and forgiveness that can be found in Him. 
Experiences with young adults in an alternative school setting inspired the life lessons of the bunnies. The writer believes that just as academic success is promoted by early and deliberate intervention, so are social and spiritual growth. She hopes addressing concerns of students considered to be “at-risk” through the universality of animal characters will provide intervention that will encourage some of our youngest and most precious natural resource to live lives of love, hope and forgiveness.

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Alice Walters has been blessed by her diverse experiences working with and learning from children of all ages for over thirty years. Summer camp to summer school, preschool through adult learners, Alice learned early on that not only can all children (and adults) learn, they can also teach. 
Alice, her husband and their family, live in the Midwest, but she never forgets her Southern upbringing. They enjoy traveling and fine arts (although they don’t always agree on genre or quality). After serving as paraprofessional and administrative assistant in her small, local school district, Alice returned to college when her son began kindergarten. After completing three degrees and holding a variety of positions in education, Alice thinks she’s done about everything in public education except coach a sport or drive a bus (for which, we are all grateful). Her most memorable experiences are the ones when her neediest students still found something they could teach or share with their classmates and her.

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