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A Girl Named Helen Keller (Scholastic Reader…
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A Girl Named Helen Keller (Scholastic Reader Level 3) (udgave 1995)

af Margo Lundell (Forfatter)

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An easy-to-read version of the remarkable and inspiring story of Helen Keller and her special teacher, Annie Sullivan.
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Titel:A Girl Named Helen Keller (Scholastic Reader Level 3)
Forfattere:Margo Lundell (Forfatter)
Info:Cartwheel (1995), Edition: English Language, 48 pages
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This book is a brief history of Helen Keller and her life before and after she met Anner Sullivan and learned to communicate. The book is a biography of Helen's early years and emphasizes her many struggles at the beginning of her life. It is fast-paced and has an overall message that anyone can overcome their challenges. I enjoyed the simple sentences that made it possible to add a lot of information and not get bogged down in descriptive details. ( )
  bosargetaylor | Sep 10, 2020 |
Non Fiction / Biography
  St_Paul_Lutheran | Sep 2, 2020 |
The story of Helen Keller, a blind and deaf child of great courage.
  NMiller22 | Aug 14, 2019 |
I liked this book because it was a simple read yet was able to provide enough necessary details to describe Helen Keller's experiences when and after she became deaf and blind. I also appreciated the illustrations that clearly depicted Keller's childhood and struggles. One thing I've never seen before in a book was a graphic organizer in which there was a sign language chart at the end of the book. I thought this was great for kids to learn a little more about sign language. This book is about perseverance. ( )
  coh4 | Mar 9, 2017 |
At first I thought this story was going to be boring because it is a biography and a lot of times I find biographies to be boring. Once I started reading it I started to really like the book. I liked the book because of the illustrations. The illustrations do a great job showing the years in which the story takes place. For example, Chapter 1 starts out in the 1880's and in all of the illustrations, the woman are all in dresses and aprons, and the men are in suits and ties. They wear big hats and the furniture is very antique looking. Another reason I liked this book was because of its extra page in the back of the book that will help the students be engaged with the book. Since Helen Keller was deaf and blind they have a sign language chart in the back of the book to teach you the alphabet. This gives the students a chance to learn sign language themselves and connect more with the story. The big idea of this story was to inform readers about Helen Keller and her experiences as a child growing up deaf and blind. ( )
  mlambe12 | Oct 5, 2016 |
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