8 edition of Helen Keller found in the catalog.
Amie Jane Leavitt
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Amie Jane Leavitt.|
|Genre||Juvenile literature., Biography|
|Series||A Robbie Reader. What"s so great about-- ?|
|LC Classifications||HV1624.K4 L393 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2007000823|
Here we have the most complete and comprehensive volume illuminating the childhood and youth of Helen Keller in a revised edition of the original publication. It is divided into three main sections: 1. Keller's early autobiography "The Story of /5(). Helen Keller achieved notoriety not only as an individual success story, but also as a prolific essayist, activist, and fierce advocate for poor and marginalized “was a lifelong radical,” writes Peter Dreier at Yes! magazine, whose “investigation into the causes of blindness” eventually led her to “embrace socialism, feminism, and pacifism.”.
the story of my life by helen keller. with her letters () and a supplementary account of her education, including passages from the reports and letters of her teacher, anne mansfield sullivan. by john albert macy. illustrated. new york doubleday, page & company The Story of My Life Summary. The Story of My Life is an autobiography by activist Helen Keller in which she recounts her early experiences and education.. An illness left Keller deaf and blind at. Helen Keller Helen Keller Helen Keller Helen Keller Helen Keller Helen Keller Helen Keller. Biography (nonfiction), words, Spanish Level O (Grade 2), Lexile L. Helen Keller is a biography about a girl who became deaf and blind at 19 months of age.
Helen Keller. Displaying all worksheets related to - Helen Keller. Worksheets are Resource activity book, Helen keller the girl with the vision, Great minds helen keller, Helen keller, From chapter ii, Work reading helen keller an amazing woman, Helen keller, Helen keller test. Click on pop-out icon or print icon to worksheet to print or download. Helen Keller is a biography about a girl who became deaf and blind at 19 months of age. Readers learn about her relationship with her teacher, how she learned to communicate, and how she went on to defy the odds through perseverance and the help of a dedicated teacher. Photographs support the text. her teacher, Anne Sullivan (the "miracle-worker" later portrayed in books, plays, movies, etc. often under the title "the miracle worker") had taught Keller sign language by shaping her hands into.
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