Helen Keller: Lighting the Way for the Blind and Deaf

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Enslow Publishers, 2001 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 112 pages
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Discusses the life and accomplishments of Helen Keller, who was left blind and deaf by illness at a young age, overcame these handicaps, and spent the rest of her life working to improve conditions for other handicapped people.

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Contents

Noworld 5
1868
Prom Light to Dark
Reading Writing and Rithmetic 39
Copyright

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About the author (2001)

Ford has been writing professionally for more than twenty years. She has worked as a newspaper reporter and has had short stories published national and international magazines. She lives on the East Coast with her husband, Bob, their three children, a cat, and a dog.

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