I like this book because it shows kindness and care.
-Jake, age 8
This book is inspiring. It talks about a little girl that was blind. It teaches us to learn manners and not cry like a maniac.
-Isaiah, age 8
We spent some time learning about the life of Helen Keller. This book told of the story of Helen Keller in an easy-to-understand way that my kids loved. It sparked a lot of conversation, and we were able to dig deeper in our study. Really good!
My daughter loved this book after reading it she asked if she could learn to read the same way. Great way to show the kids different ways people achieve when when given challenges.
Last year my daughter loved this book. She read it multiple times. It’s a good story for her to learn.
Close your eyes and pretend you cannot see or hear anything. You cannot tell your family what you want or need. You might cry and yell just like Helen Keller did! Now think about having a teacher come into your life who will never give up on you. That’s what Annie Sullivan did for Helen. Learn about the story of Helen Keller as she goes from a young child who is mad because she can’t see, hear, or talk to her loved ones to a smart and capable young woman who can speak, read Braille, and even write books!
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