Helen Keller – From Tragedy To Triumph


Childhood of Famous Americans
Katharine E. Wilkie – An illness at nineteen months has left Helen Keller deaf and blind. Helen’s parents pity her and allow her to do anything she wants. At last, Anne Sullivan comes to help. How can Anne teach Helen to communicate? At last the “wall” is penetrated, through determination, and through water. . .


Middle Grades


Pages: 192

ISBN: 9780020419808

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