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Helen Keller: The World in Her Heart (udgave 2008)

af Lesa Cline-Ransome (Forfatter), James Ransome (Illustrator)

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Offers the story of the challenges faced by Helen Keller who, despite being blind and deaf, learned to communicate with the world through her own unstoppable determination and help from her devoted teacher, Anne.
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Titel:Helen Keller: The World in Her Heart
Forfattere:Lesa Cline-Ransome (Forfatter)
Andre forfattere:James Ransome (Illustrator)
Info:Collins (2008), Edition: First Edition, 32 pages
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek
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Nøgleord:Braille-print, English, pictures, history, biography, disabled, differently abled, blind, deaf, disease, frustration, fear, anger, emotions, feelings, confusion, teach, sense, love, patience, garden, family, yellow, flowers, girl, kid, child

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Helen Keller: The World in Her Heart af Lesa Cline-Ransome

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Such an amazing book, it really shows the ups and downs of those who suffer from disabilities, but not only that what they are capable to do when one exercises patience and is willing to help them learn. Which was the case here for Helen, her parents had no idea how to help Helen as she grew angry, out of frustration im sure. The teacher really takes her time to teach helen how to flourish and learn how to communicate with others properly. ( )
  D.Patzan | Nov 4, 2019 |
Helen Keller went totally blind and deaf at the age of two. The author tells the story through Helen's point of view. She explains how she recognize things and people based on how they smell and feel. She also talks about the the first time she met her teacher, Annie Sullivan, and how their relationship grew over time. Annie Sullivan taught Helen new ways to experience the world around her. It shows how amazing it was that Helen was able to communicate even though she could not see of hear. ( )
  bernadettecasey | Oct 26, 2019 |
In this book, kids learn that Hellen Keller wasn't always blind and that she was sick and lost her sight at the age of two. The author hinted with emphasis on the other senses. The illustration tells just as much of the story as the words to. The scenes are vibrant and filled with movement. Each page also does a great job of conveying the tone of the story. ( )
  JonahWilliams | Apr 24, 2019 |
I have always loved the story of Helen Keller. At the age of two, she lost her sight and her hearing. She was a child who could not be tamed and was frustrated because she could not find a way to truly communicate with her family. I admire her teacher very much because she had the patience to teach Helen and she helped Helen. I find sign language truly amazing and I wish that I knew it. This book made me think of how it must feel to not be able to see anything or hear anything. when a child is born deaf or blind or even both, they do not really know or care about color or sound. This makes it easier, I feel, to live that way. I think it is much more difficult for a person who used to be able to see or hear to one day not be able to. I enjoyed being able to read Helen Keller's story again because her story is an inspiration. She was a very smart and strong woman and I admire that very much. ( )
  dmesquivel | Apr 18, 2019 |
I really enjoyed this book. It described how Helen did not like her teacher, Annie Sullivan, at first. She grew to love her as she learned letters by movement in her hand, shaping a letter then making words from them. Her teacher Annie Sullivan taught her about love, something you can't see or hear, you just feel on the inside. Love is "the sweetness that pours into everything". Yes, that is right. ( )
  S.Becnel | Sep 15, 2018 |
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