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Great story of human courage and dedication recounted in autobiography of a remarkable woman: the magical moment when Miss Keller first recognizes the connection between words and objects, her joy at learning how to speak, friendships with notable figures, her education at Radcliffe and an extraordinary relationship with her inspired teacher, Anne Sullivan. An unforgettable portrait of one of the 20th century's outstanding women.
2) Helen Keller
Combines photographs, illustrations, and text in an exploration of the life of Helen Keller, a woman who lost her vision and hearing at the age of two, but went on, with the help of her teacher Annie Sullivan, to become a world-famous speaker and writer.
A biography of the blind and deaf girl who overcame both handicaps with the help of her teacher, Annie Sullivan.
Describes how Helen Keller used her working senses, including touch and smell, to explore the world around her.
Profiles the life of Helen Keller, emphasizing the details of her later life, including her college years at Radcliffe and her involvement in politics.
8) Helen Keller
A biography of Helen Keller, detailing her childhood struggles with blindness and deafness and her later triumphs as a champion of the handicapped.
Introduces Helen Keller and Annie Sullivan, focusing on their relationship and interspersed with letters that Annie wrote home detailing Helen's early communication progress.
The fascinating life of one of the most popular historical figures is told through images -- most rarely, if ever, seen -- from the American Foundation for the Blind and The Perkins School for the Blind. The images trace Keller's life from birth, to childhood with Annie Sullivan in the cottage, to college, and on to her many years as a dedicated social activist and spokesperson.--From amazon.com.
Photographs and text present the life and accomplishments of the young woman who overcame a poverty-stricken childhood, family tragedy, and failing eyesight to teach the blind and deaf Helen Keller how to communicate.
Helen Keller, who was deaf and blind since early childhood, was a passionate advocate for change, using her celebrity and wit to champion rights for women, people with disabilities, and people living in poverty. Becoming Helen Keller examines the complex legacy of this author, advocate, lecturer, and human rights pioneer.
"In this powerful new history, New York Times bestselling author Max Wallace draws on groundbreaking research to reframe Helen Keller's journey after the miracle, vividly bringing to light her rarely discussed, lifelong fight for social justice across gender, class, race, and ability. Raised in Alabama, she sent shockwaves through the South when she launched a public broadside against Jim Crow and donated to the NAACP. She used her fame to oppose...
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