Hellen Keller

Hellen Keller

Miller, Shannon

Sullivan, George HELEN KELLER. ISBN 0-43914751-4. New York: Scholastic, 2000. 128 pp. $12.95. Suddenly thrown into a dark and silent world when she became deaf and blind around age 2, Helen Keller nevertheless emerged as one of the most influential people of her time. Discover how this woman met these challenges and went on to lead a truly inspirational life that touched the hearts of so many. Helen’s own words are used to convey her message of perseverance. Readers will enjoy the photographs of Helen and her many famous friends. Ages 8 up. Reviewed by Shannon Miller, Bethlehem Area School District, Bethlehem, PA

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