The World at Her Fingertips

The World at Her Fingertips

The Story of Helen Keller

Book - 2001
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Baker & Taylor
A lively biography goes beyond Helen Keller's youth and learning process and includes many fascinating details of her later life, including her college years at Radcliffe and her involvement with politics. Reprint.

Scholastic
In a "clear-sighted and absorbing" narrative, Joan Dash's recounting of Helen Keller's triumphant life is exceptional, truly illuminating - far from a typical biography.

This lively biography goes beyond Helen's youth and learning process and includes many fascinating details of her later life, including her college years and involvement with politics. It's "riveting reading for sudents in need of inspiration, or who're overcoming disability or studying changing expectations for women (Kirkus)."

This lively biography goes beyond Helen's youth and learning process and includes many fascinating details of her later life, including her college years and involvement with politics. It's "riveting reading for sudents in need of inspiration, or who're overcoming disability or studying changing expectations for women (Kirkus)."

Baker
& Taylor

Profiles the life of Helen Keller, emphasizing the details of her later life, including her college years at Radcliffe and her involvement in politics.

Publisher: New York : Scholastic Press, 2001
ISBN: 9780590907163
0590907166
9780590907156
0590907158
Characteristics: 235 p., [8] p. of plates : ill. ; 22 cm

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