[PDF] Download ¿ Fanny Crosby: Queen of Gospel Songs | by ¾ Rebecca H. Davis

By Rebecca H. Davis | Comments: ( 606 ) | Date: ( Apr 08, 2020 )

The man said he was a doctor but he did something to little baby Fanny s eyes that made her blind for the rest of her life How could she find out about the world around her How could she be happy How could she learn How could she love God How could she forgive Fanny Crosby was blind for than ninety years and she wrote over 8,000 hymns and gospel songsThe man said he was a doctor but he did something to little baby Fanny s eyes that made her blind for the rest of her life How could she find out about the world around her How could she be happy How could she learn How could she love God How could she forgive Fanny Crosby was blind for than ninety years and she wrote over 8,000 hymns and gospel songs about her Savior.Potter s Wheel Books showing children the Master Potter at workChristian biography for children ages 7 10


  • Title: Fanny Crosby: Queen of Gospel Songs
  • Author: Rebecca H. Davis
  • ISBN: 9781579249700
  • Page: 277
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

Rebecca H. Davis

Rebecca Davis is the author of the Hidden Heroes series of missionary stories for children and their parents that tell true stories about God s work around the world The first six are based in Ethiopia, Central African Republic Papua, Indonesia Southeast Asia Colombia and Iran She has also written four Christian biographies for children, With Daring Faith A Biography of Amy Carmichael 1987, Gold Medal Winner of the C.S Lewis Award for Outstanding Christian Juvenile Literature , George Mueller A Father to the Fatherless 2003 , Fanny Crosby Queen of Gospel Songs 2014 , and Joy Ridderhof Voice Catcher Around the World 2015 Sample chapters of all of her books are available to read at hiddenheroesmissionarystories, as well as many reader reviews.Rebecca has also collaborated with primary authors on two issues books, Tear Down This Wall of Silence Dealing with Sexual Abuse in Our Churches an introduction for those who will hear published in 2015, and Unholy Charade Unmasking the Domestic Abuser in the Church, also published in 2015.



Comments Fanny Crosby: Queen of Gospel Songs

  • Ruthe Turner

    Considered a book written for a child 7-10, this adult was very inspired with the content of it - about a life well lived. Fanny Crosby lost her sight as an infant, yet she overcame many obstacles in life through the encouragement of her mother and grandmother. Except for her blindness, she excelled physically, mentally, and spiritually, climbing trees, loving God's creation, and memorizing entire books of the bible. Early on, her special gift of poetry was evident, and one of her first poems is [...]


  • Ebookwormy1

    An inspirational biography on a woman whose bright optimism, determination and faith overcame blindness. In my opinion the writing hits about 3.5 stars. The author has not gotten in the way of her subject and has capture the whimsical perspective of Fanny and her relatives. I like the way she handled the material and avoided a wooden narration that tends to plague biographies for children. However, it doesn't strike me as particularly memorable, though Fanny Crosby certainly IS memorable!


  • Alicia

    This biography is a wonderful read for the whole family. Easy enough for young readers, but not simplistic. My children enjoyed listening to the story as much as I enjoyed reading it to them.


  • Jennifer

    I ordered this book off the internet and when it arrived I realized that it was written for a young reader. But I read it and learned some insights into this remarkable women's life.


  • Amy Best

    Very accessible for children and yet such a moving story, even for adults!


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