The 54-day Rosary Novena I use organizes them in this manner, hierarchically:
Infused supernatural gifts of the Holy Spirit
Seven Gifts of the Holy Spirit
Fear of the Lord
Fruits of the Holy Spirit (corrected - I left one out the first time, and Chastity and Modesty are considered 2 of the Fruits, for a total of 12)
With respect to resources, Fr. John Hardon’s “Modern Catholic Dictionary” is a good basic reference on all the Holy Spirit gifts, virtues and fruits. It explains what each of them is, and any hierarchy that applies.
Fr. Heilman also has reflections on all of the above in his 54-day Rosary Novena reflections, which you can read without having to say the Rosary. He reprints a good bit of Father Hardon’s work in the reflections and adds some Saint quotes and Scripture. They are all on the Roman Catholic Man website for free, so you can read the reflections there, and don’t have to buy his little book, but his website is very jumbled up right now because it has crashed a few times, and the entries are not all in order (they are numbered but the pages are mixed up). If you’d like to try reading them anyway, they are here and you can use the numbered boxes 1-10 at the bottom of the page to look through the entries and find the ones corresponding to the particular topic you want. I think “Faith” Is numbered 2 and then it cranks through them all in the order I listed above.