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The Courage of Helen Keller
The Courage of Helen Keller (Large Print)
by Colleen Adams
Publisher Rosen Publishing
Published on: 06 May 2008
Categories Biography & Autobiography, Junior & Teen Non-Fiction
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Our Price: US$23.99
 

Volume(s): 1
Format Details: 18pt, TiresiasLPFont
ISBN(s): 9781427099976
Editorial Reviews

·        Reading Level: Grades 3-4

·        Interest Level: Grades 3-6

About the Book
Helen Keller was born in a little town in Alabama on June 27, 1880. Shortly before her second birthday, she became very sick with a high fever. The fever made her lose her sight and hearing. This book describes the struggle of Helen Keller and her accomplishments. This is a high-interest, curriculum based nonfiction title that offers young readers fun and fascinating reading, as they master reading skills.
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