World At Her Fingertips by Joan Dash
The Story Of Helen Keller

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Helen Keller has always been a shining example of courage in the face of unbelievable adversity. This lively biography goes beyond Helen¹s youth and learning process and includes many fascinating details of her later life, including her college years and involvement with politics.
 

About Joan Dash

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Joan Dash lives in Seattle, Washington. She is also the author of "We Shall Not Be Moved: The Women's Factory Strike of 1909," Dusan Petricic is a well-known editorial artist and illustrator of children's books. He lives in Toronto, Ontario.
 
Published February 1, 2001 by Scholastic Press. 256 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, Children's Books. Non-fiction

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Keller continued to hunger after information, to learn about the world and to talk about it: “She spoke against war…and for the right of women to vote and for justice for black Americans.” Rappaport reveals that Keller had her critics, but once given a voice, she used it.

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Born in 1880 in a tiny backwater in Alabama, Helen Keller lived a life familiar to many from the play and movie The Miracle Worker, as well as countless biographies.

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This is a good biography of Helen Keller (1880-1968), the blind and deaf girl who demonstrated that many things in life were still possible to those with physical challenges.

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