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Helen Keller (Scholastic Biography)

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    Margaret Davidson(Author),Wendy Watson(Illustrator)

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The bestselling biography of Helen Keller and how, with the commitment and lifelong friendship of Anne Sullivan, she learned to talk, read, and eventually graduate from college with honors.

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Publication Date: 4/1/1989
  • Pages: 96
  • Reading Level: Age 7 and Up

The bestselling biography of Helen Keller and how, with the commitment and lifelong friendship of Anne Sullivan, she learned to talk, read, and eventually graduate from college with honors.Book Details:

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  • By J. Wilmot on September 16, 2016

    We got this book for school. We homeschool and choose this to read for our daughter for second grade. This year we read from a number of subjects, biography, adventure, fantasy, historical fiction, mystery, humor, realistic fiction, and folk tale. We chose Helen Keller for our biography book. Our daughter absolutely loved this story. We were supposed to read this over 20 days, Charlotte Mason. We just could not stretch it to last 20 days. We barely made it last 4 days. She loved it and so we kept reading. We ended up getting the "Miracle Worker" DVD from the library to help fill some of the days we were supposed to be reading. We now are looking for another biography to fill the rest of the days.The book itself has a nice weight cover. Not so light it tears easily. However to to heavy that it inhibits beging able to keep the book open. The binding seemed to do the job, all pages are completely bound, none, missed. The pages are a yellowish color with black typeset. The paper is a nice weight, with texture making turning the pages easy. The type is on the smaller side, not a problem for me. However had my daughter been trying to read this herself the type would have been much to small. If you have trouble reading small print, this book would not be a good choice.I definitely recommend this book as a good introduction to the world of biographies, especially for a young girl. The will hold up to multiple readings with no problem.

  • By MrsC on October 16, 2013

    My second-grader daughter was looking for a book to read at school. I try to get her to read historical/inspirational books and she enjoyed this one. She is only 7, and was intrigued by how a person with no ability to see/hear could get by...and the fact that she got a University degree was one of the main reasons why she wanted to read it. I wish it had more pages, she could have read for much longer...She finished reading it in less than a week. I may just try to find her a different version of Helen Keller's life. I definitely recommend it, a true inspirational book for little girls. A great way to raise awareness about children with different needs.

  • By Mrs08Boaz on May 9, 2014

    This is another book to teach character. It's great to read to the 6-8 year olds and make available for those children who are able read it. Helen Keller shines through so many obstacles, being blind and deaf. She didn’t let that stop her but had marvelous help from her tutor. It’s inspiring! A never forget story.

  • By S Andrews on September 13, 2016

    My 6-year old daughter and I are using this book in our first grade homeschool. We just finished reading it. My daughter loved it and even read parts of it on her own. Each day she couldn't wait for the next part of the story. It's a very simple story telling all the important parts of Helen Keller's life.

  • By Cindy on January 17, 2017

    Excellent reading out loud book for my 6 year old grandson. He has read me the first 4 chapters and was thoroughly engaged in the story. I would say it is a 1st to 2nd grade reading level however I am enjoying the story myself.

  • By Amazon's Ralph Nader on October 29, 2013

    This book was fascinating, and it held my interest as much as my son's when we were reading. The book is straightforward without great illustrations, but the text is well written and is appropriate for elementary school children. After we finished reading the book, my son wanted to look up more information about Helen Keller on the internet!

  • By libby on November 2, 2017

    Wonderful hook. We learned a lot about Helen from this short book, I cried while I read the struggles Helen faced and how she came out of those struggles on top.

  • By grandma beth on July 20, 2016

    Not really much of a book. I was looking for the book I read years ago that was more in depth and interesting. I was disappointed.

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