Heber J. Grant : Highlights in the Life of a Great Leader

Associated Dates:

  • 1951, Published

Author: Bryant S. Hinckley

Length: approx. 264 pgs.


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As a boy, Heber J. Grant wanted to be the bookkeeper at the bank. Unfortunately, his handwriting looked like hen tracks instead of penmanship. Undeterred, he began to practice his handwriting until it was beautiful. This dedication helped him to earn money by writing greeting cards, wedding cards and legal documents. Eventually, he reached his goal of working at the bank and was also a penmanship teacher at a university. Throughout his life, President Grant faced challenges and conquered them. He was an excellent example of dedication and determination. This biography by Bryant S. Hinckley highlights the life of this great leader and is sure to be a cherished addition to any library. (Deseret Book product description)

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