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10 books about Helen Keller
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Helen Keller by Margaret Davidson
This book was published 32 years ago by Scholastic Paperbacks and takes approximately 3.2 hours to read.
A biography stressing the childhood of the woman who overcame the handicaps of being blind and deaf.
The Story of My Life by Helen Keller
This book was published 25 years ago by Penguin and takes approximately 2.7 hours to read.
Helen Keller's personal reflections and correspondence reveal her relationship with her beloved teacher, Annie Sullivan, and the problems and obstacles she encountered as she struggled to overcome her disabilities.
The Story of Helen Keller: A Biography Book for New Readers (The Story Of: A Biography Series for New Readers) by Christine Platt
Category: Social Activists
This book was published last year by Rockridge Press and takes approximately 2.1 hours to read.
Discover the life of Helen Keller--a story about hope, courage, and finding your voice Helen Keller became a celebrated author, educator, and activist who believed in equality for people with disabilities. Before she made history as the first deaf and blind person to graduate from college, Helen was a smart kid who loved learning. She overcame many challenges to learn how to read, write, and talk. She spoke up for other people with disabilities so they could get equal rights. Explore how Helen Keller went from being a young girl in Alabama to the world-famous First Lady of Courage. The Story of Helen Keller includes: Word definitions--Find a helpful glossary for some of the more advanced words and ideas in the book. Test your knowledge--Take a fun quiz that tests the Who, What, Where, When, Why, and How of Helen's life. Lasting change--Learn about how Helen made the world a better place for future generations. How will the extraordinary journey of Helen Keller inspire you?
National Geographic Readers: Helen Keller (Level 2) (Readers Bios) by Kitson Jazynka
This book was published 4 years ago by National Geographic Kids and takes approximately 1.1 hours to read.
Describes the life of the celebrated author and activist for people with disabilities, chronicling her achievements and the challenges she faced along the way.
I am Helen Keller (Ordinary People Change the World) by Brad Meltzer
Category: Physical Disabilities
This book was published 6 years ago by Dial Books and takes approximately 1.3 hours to read.
"The story of Helen Keller, who learned to read and write despite being deaf and blind, and became an activist who fought for the rights of disabled people"--
Helen Keller: A Life by Dorothy Herrmann
Category: Actors & Entertainers
This book was published 22 years ago by University of Chicago Press and takes approximately 13.8 hours to read.
Draws on the archives of Helen Keller's estate and the unpublished memoirs of Keller's teacher, Annie Sullivan, to trace Keller's transformation from a furious girl to a world-renowned figure
Who Was Helen Keller? by Gare Thompson
Category: United States
This book was published 18 years ago by Penguin Workshop and takes approximately 3.7 hours to read.
A biography of the woman who, with the assistance of her devoted teacher Annie Sullivan, achieved success and fame despite being blind and deaf.
The World I Live In and Optimism: A Collection of Essays (Dover Books on Literature & Drama) by Helen Keller
This book was published 11 years ago by Dover Publications and takes approximately 4.3 hours to read.
These poetic, inspiring essays offer remarkable insights into the world of a gifted woman who was deaf and blind. Keller relates her impressions, perceived through the senses and imagination, of the world's beauty and promise.
Helen Keller: The World at Her Fingertips (I Can Read Level 2) by Sarah Albee
Category: Physical Disabilities
This book was published 2 years ago by HarperCollins and takes approximately 1.1 hours to read.
Learn about the inspiring life of Helen Keller in this early reader biography. When Helen Keller was a baby, she became sick and lost her ability to see and hear. Although many people doubted her ability to persevere, Helen did not let any obstacle stop her from achieving many things in her amazing life. This book covers some of the well-known and inspiring milestones of Keller’s life—it’s a great supplement for book reports on this iconic historical figure. It also covers some of the lesser-known fun facts—did you know that Helen Keller was a long-time dog lover? This biography reader includes a timeline, historical photographs, and information about Braille. Helen Keller: The World at her Fingertips is a Level Two I Can Read, geared for kids who read on their own but still need a little help.
A Girl Named Helen: The True Story of Helen Keller (American Girl: A Girl Named) by Bonnie Bader
This book was published 3 years ago by Scholastic Inc. and takes approximately 1.6 hours to read.
Before Helen Keller was an American woman, she was an American girl. Strong. Brave. Inspiring. Read about her in this illustrated biography.
We estimate total reading time by multiplying a book's page count by an average reading speed of 2 minutes per page. Summaries sourced from Google Books.
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