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Helen in Love: A Novel

Rosie Sultan - Fiction - 2013 - 256 pages
The astonishing and imaginative debut novel about Helen Keller and the man she loved What comes to mind when you think of Helen Keller? Is it the deaf-mute wild child at the ...
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Helen Keller

Margaret Davidson - Deafblind people - 1969 - 95 pages
A biography stressing the childhood of the woman who overcame the handicaps of being blind and deaf.
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Helen Keller

Dennis Wepman - Blind - 1987 - 111 pages
Describes how a woman left blind and deaf from a childhood illness overcame her handicaps to become a noted writer and humanitarian.
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Helen Keller

Leslie Garrett - Juvenile Nonfiction - 2004 - 127 pages
Recounts the life and efforts of Helen Keller as she struggled with being both blind and deaf with the help of her teacher, Annie Sullivan, and became an author and a ...
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Helen Keller: Activist

Rachel A. Koestler-Grack - Deafblind people - 2009 - 112 pages
Robbed of three of her five senses at a young age, Helen Keller worked as a crusader for the education of the deaf and blind, and helped disabled people around the world find ...
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Helen Keller

Anne Schraff - Juvenile Nonfiction - 2008 - 64 pages
Traces the life of the woman who, with the help of her teacher, Annie Sullivan, overcame the limitations of being both blind and deaf to become an author and an advocate for ...
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Helen Keller

R. Thomas Rodgers - Biography & Autobiography - 2012 - 53 pages
This series tells the life stories and achievements of famous men and women in history. Readers will be inspired by the great courage and determination shown by these people.
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Helen Keller

John William Tibble, Anne Tibble - Blind - 1958 - 125 pages
When Anne Sullivan began to teach the blind and deaf child, Helen Keller, two strong wills clashed, but in the end HeleC's thirst for learning won out. Since then she has spent ...
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Helen Keller: humanitarian

Lois Nicholson - Juvenile Nonfiction - 1995 - 111 pages
Recounts the life and work of the woman who, with the help of her teacher, did not let being blind and deaf stop her from communicating with the world
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