Helen Keller

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Perfection Learning Corporation, 2001 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 128 pages
For use in schools and libraries only. Provides middle readers with an in-depth look at the life, times, and accomplishments of this well-known woman who, despite being deaf and blind, graduated from Radcliffe with honors and became an advocate for physically challenged people everywhere.

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User Review  - MelindaBoland - LibraryThing

This truly is Helen Keller's life told through pictures. This goes far beyond "The Miracle Worker" and tells of Keller's activism and wonderful contributions to the world. Read full review

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User Review  - InstantLaila - LibraryThing

Helen Keller is an inspiration to anyone who reads her story. Being blind and deaf would be an incredible set bad for anyone, yet it seemed to propel her forward instead. She wanted to go to college ... Read full review

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