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The famous story of a deaf and blind girl’s struggle to lead a normal life. Helen Keller became deaf and blind before she was two years old, before she had learned to talk. In language suitable for both young and old, J. W. and Anne Tibble tell the extraordinary story of Helen’s struggle to overcome her handicaps—a story of optimism and courage on her part, and of the remarkable patience and ingenuity of her teacher Anne Sullivan, who, against great odds, taught Helen to read, write and talk.
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Book Description Adam & Charles Black, 1957. Condition: Good. Ships from the UK. Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Seller Inventory # GRP87161851
Book Description Adam and Charles Black, London, 1957. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good+. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Illustrated by Relf, Douglas (illustrator). First Edition; First Printing. Minor shelf wear and some sunning to spine of unclipped DJ. ; Red cloth boards with silver gilt lettering to spine and torch bearer motif to front board. Nice tight copy, no names or marks inside. ; Lives to Remember; B&W Illustrations; 95 pages; The amazing story of Helen Keller who was deaf and blind before she was two years old and before she had learned to talk. Yet thanks to the patience of her teacher, Anne Sullivan, she learned to overcome her handicaps, to read and write, and become the author of eight books, travelled the world and supported the deaf and blind throughout her life. Seller Inventory # 17887