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Helen Keller

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Dive into the inspiring world of "Helen Keller," a compelling biography that charts the extraordinary life of one of history's most remarkable advocates for disability rights and education equity. Published on April 1, 1989, this bestselling book captures how Helen, deprived of sight and hearing from a young age, broke through the silent darkness with the help of her dedicated teacher, Anne Sullivan. Helen's journey from isolation to becoming a college graduate with honors is a testament to the power of resilience and the human spirit’s capacity to overcome seemingly insurmountable obstacles. Ideal for elementary school readers, this narrative not only sheds light on personal triumph but also on the broader themes of health and educational equity. It prompts young minds to reflect on how perseverance, support, and education can transform lives. "Helen Keller" is an invitation to explore the challenges and victories in the fight for equal rights and opportunities, inspiring a new generation to advocate for justice and inclusivity.
Published by Scholastic Paperbacks on April 1, 1989
96 pages
ISBN: 9780590424042
Best for readers in Elementary School
This book provides valuable insights into Education Equity and Health Equity, highlighting key issues and advancements within these areas

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