The Words of Helen Keller

Historical Perspectives: In Their Own Words

Helen Keller overcame incredible odds to become a champion for people with visual and hearing impairments. Keller herself became deaf and blind after a childhood illness in 1882. With the help of her beloved teacher Anne Sullivan, Keller learned to communicate with the world and grew up to be a renowned author and activist. This inspiring biography uses Keller's own words and ideas as a primary source, so that readers can better know and understand this amazing woman and leader, an advocate for anyone who has experienced discrimination and hardship.

Library Bound Book List: $27.93 / S&L: $20.95
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Reading Level: 4-5

Interest Level: 4-6

Product type : Library Bound Book
ISBN : 978-1-6428-2698-2
Author : Emmett Martin
Copyright : 2024
Language : English
Pages : 32
Trim : 6 1/2" x 9 1/8"
Dewey : 362.4/1092--dc23
Dewey(two) : B
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