The story of Helen Keller

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Grosset & Dunlap, 1958 - Blind-deaf children - 181 pages
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Seven-year-old Helen Keller cannot see, hear, or speak. One day, into Helen's dark, silent world comes a young teacher, Anne Sullivan Macy, determined to open the doors of Helen's prison of silence.

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User Review  - janeenv - LibraryThing

I read this story as a girl and found it fascinating. Helen Keller lives in a dark work, unable to communicate with anyone because she was born blind and deaf. But then Anne Sullivan comes to teach ... Read full review

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User Review  - mrsarey - LibraryThing

This was the first biography I ever read of Helen Keller when I was a child. It has remained one of my favorites. It is written well, and easy for a young adult to understand, while maintaining the story of the remarkable Helen. Read full review

Contents

Little Girl in the Dark
1
The Stranger
8
Helen Has a Tantrum
15
Copyright

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