Item description for Helen Keller (Scholastic Biography) by Margaret Davidson & Wendy Watson...
Overview Recounts the life of the courageous deaf and blind women, focusing on her childhood struggles to read and write
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Studio: Scholastic Paperbacks
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.76" Width: 5.22" Height: 0.31" Weight: 0.25 lbs.
Release Date Nov 1, 2003
Publisher Scholastic Paperbacks
ISBN 0590424041 ISBN13 9780590424042 UPC 078073004508
Availability 29 units. Availability accurate as of Sep 21, 2017 05:35.
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More About Margaret Davidson & Wendy Watson
Margaret Davidson, Ph.D. University of California at Davis, taught at Carleton College and Southern Methodist University.
Reviews - What do customers think about Helen Keller (Scholastic Biography)?
Helen Keller (scholastic biography) Apr 14, 2008
I bought this book for my niece who is 9 yrs old. Helen Keller was a hero of mine as I was growing up. After reading this book, Helen has become a hero to my niece. Loved it.
Huffy Jan 14, 2006
I thank Hellen Keller is good for kids of all ages.MY favorite part was when she hit Anny Sullivan. My mom has a sister who is blind.And she had to learn to do alot of things also.Do you know she has a long red stick. I feelsory for my ant and Hellen keller.
First Chapter Book Jun 15, 2004
This is the first chapter book I ever read. I am now 13 year olds and when I was in 1st grade I learned to read. In first grade I read this book and was hooked on reading forever after that. So thank you to the author! This book has 95 pages in it, I remember it seemed so long then!
Two generations loved this book Jun 18, 2003
My 8 year old just finished this book and was fascinated. I realized as I looked through it that I read it as a child and loved it too (as an 11 year old). My daughter is now eager to learn more about Braille and the consequences of being blind--though I had to ask her not to walk through the kitchen with her eyes closed. She loved the photos and can't wait to read about Annie Sullivan. A great book to show the triumph of the human spirit over adversity--and without pity!
Helen Keller May 2, 2003
I didn't really like Helen Keller. My favorite part is when Helen got her diploma because she was the first blind and deaf to graduate. I don't know how you can chan it was her life.I read it because it was a asiment.