Helen Keller was one of the most influential advocates for people with disabilities in history. Keller lost her sight and hearing as an infant. However, she took every opportunity to learn, to reach out, and to impact the world around her. Readers will learn how Keller changed how people saw individuals with disabilities. They'll also learn how she contributed to foundations and organizations that continue to help people today. Historical photographs and engaging text will inspire readers to learn more about the life of this amazing author, speaker, and activist.
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