The Blind Girl's Song Paperback
Biography of Fanny Crosby
by Lucille Travis;
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The Blind Girl's Song
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Lucille Travis’ biography 'The Blind Girl's Song' tells the story of Fanny Crosby who, as a young child, knew nothing of the sighted world around her but that didn't stop her interacting with nature and experiencing the thrill of God's creation. As a child, she held her grandmother's hand but she thought that was because Grandmother needed her help not the other way around. Today practically every hymn book has a number of songs written by that little blind girl.
Frances Jane Crosby was born on 24 March 1820. At six weeks old, she caught a cold and developed inflammation of the eyes. Mustard poultices were applied to treat the discharges which may have contributed to the damage to her optic nerves whcih blinded her. Crosby's condition was inoperable and that her blindness was permanent. By the time of her death on 12 February 1915, Fanny Crosby had become "the premier hymn writer of the gospel song period", and one of the most prolific hymnists in history, writing over 8,000 gospel hymns and songs including ‘Blessed Assurance’, ‘Rescue the Perishing’, ‘Christ the Lord is Risen Today,’ and ‘Safe in the Arms of Jesus’.
The Blind Girl's Song by Lucille Travis was published by Christian Focus Publications in May 2013 and is our 10036th best seller. The ISBN for The Blind Girl's Song is 9781781911631.
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As a young child she knew nothing of the sighted world around her but that didn't stop her interacting with nature, experiencing the thrill of God's creation. She held her grandmother's hand but she thought that was because Grandmother needed her help not the other way around.
Lucille Travis has written several books for children, held children's writing workshops, taught college-level English, and lectured on Christian literature. One of her joys today is encouraging the efforts of young writers. She has also been involved in Children's Awana clubs as a story teller.
Details for The Blind Girl's Song
|Author / Artist||Lucille Travis|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Christian Focus Publications (May 2013)|
|Recommended for Ages||from 9 years up to 14 years|
|Number of Pages||176|
|Page last updated||10th February 2018|