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How does a blind boy or girl read a book? Helen Keller first learned to read by feeling raised letters with her finger tips. Later she learned the special raised dot alphabet called braille
Featuring pictures of Helen Keller, and in the back cover, the Braille alphabet. Softcover, 95 pages. Scholastic Inc.
Vendor: Scholastic Trade
The bestselling biography of Helen Keller illustrates 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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Jackie5 Stars Out Of 5Hellen KellerApril 6, 2015JackieQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Once again, here is a beautiful story of a woman who "beats" the odds. Too many people are unaware of who she is. I encourage our church to read each new book placed in the library, so that they might read something new to most of them.
Becky Dvorak5 Stars Out Of 5August 17, 2010Becky DvorakThis is an excellent story for children to read! I highly recommend it to anyone and everyone. It's very moving, informative, and helps both child and adult have a clearer understanding the challenges this remarkable woman overcame.
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