Helen Keller: Living in Dark Silence
Helen Keller lost her sight and hearing when she was very young. After many challenges Helen's teacher, Anne Sullivan, helped her to read and communicate with others. Although she could not see or hear, Helen graduated from college in 1904. She then spent much of her life working for people with disabilities. It's an astounding story. Why not read it now?
Inspire! is an intriguing and engaging series of 40 informational text chapter books for grades 2-3. The series features biographies of twenty extraordinary trailblazers, each paired with a unique nonfiction chapter book that explores a key theme related to the individual's life.