Helen Keller: Toward the Light

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Dell, 1965 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 80 pages
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A biography of the blind and deaf woman who rose above her physical disabilities to international renown and who helped other handicapped persons to live fuller lives.

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Summary: Helen Keller is a deaf and blind child who is allowed to do anything she wants in her parents eyes. She needs help and her parents reach out to doctors in the Boston area in hope of their ... Read full review

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When Helen Keller was six years old she behave like a wild, frightened animal. She could not see, or hear, or speak, and in her own silent, dark world she only understood that to get what she wanted ... Read full review


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