The Story of My Life

by Helen Keller

Description:  The remarkable autobiography of Helen Keller, who was rendered deaf and blind by a childhood illness, yet learned to communicate and express herself with the help of a dedicated teacher named Anne Sullivan. This inspiring story of perseverance relates the obstacles its author encountered and break-through moments she achieved on her way to becoming an influential member of society.

Additional information:

Ages:  10-12
Format:  Ebook
Illustrations:  Black and white
Year published:  2013
ISBN:  978-1-59915-782-5
Genres:  American History, Biography

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Table of Contents

1. A Promising Start
2. Indifferent to Consequences
3. The Search for a Teacher
4. The Arrival of Miss Sullivan
5. Trees
6. What Is Love?
7. Lessons Out-of-Doors
8. Christmas
9. A Trip to Boston
10. On Cape Cod
11. Fern Quarry
12. Snowstorm

13. Speaking
14. "The Frost King"
15. The World's Fair
16. Special Subjects
17. School for the Deaf
18. Preparation for College
19. Further Preparation
20. Radcliffe
21. Books
22. Pastimes
23. Friends

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