Fanny Crosby: Writer of 8,000 Songs
Fanny Crosby, a widow's daughter, was blind, But her grandmother taught her to love poetry. The poems she wrote about the love of God were turned into songs that created her reputation as one of the most treasured hymnwriters in Christian history.
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Review: Fanny Crosby, Writer of 8,000 SongsUser Review - Goodreads
Revisited this book given to me as a child. It was a decent biography. Some of the story was a bit convoluted and it was difficult to know what years some things were happening. Fanny seems like she was an interesting person. I'd like to read another biography of her sometime.
Review: Fanny Crosby, Writer of 8,000 SongsUser Review - Victoria - Goodreads
I remember writing my first library research report Fanny Crosby and using this book as a source. Her life story is truly amazing. Her trust in God was constant, even through the trials of her life. Imagine writing 8,000 hymns when deaf and blind! Read full review
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