Dear Dr. Bell Your Friend Helen Keller

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Putnam's Sons, Jan 1, 1993 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 95 pages
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Follows the parallel lives of Helen Keller and Alexander Graham Bell, who continued to encounter and support each other from that eventful meeting when he recommended she be given a teacher and thus led her to Annie Sullivan.

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In 1886, six-year-old Helen Keller sat on Alexander Graham Bell's knee and played with his watch. Thus began a friendship that lasted until Bell's death in 1922, with Bell an enthusiastic supporter of ... Read full review


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Judith St. George is the author of more than forty books, including several young adult mysteries as well as award-winning nonfiction books for younger readers. Among her many accolades, "So You Want to Be President?" won the Caldecott Medal, "The Mount Rushmore Story" won the Christopher Award, "The Brooklyn Bridge: They Said It Couldnt Be Done" won the New York Academy of Sciences Award, and "The Panama Canal: Gateway to the World" won the Golden Kite Award. She lives in Connecticut.

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