Helen Keller For Kids Book: Fun Facts About The Accomplishments & Life Of Helen Keller by Jacob SmithChildrens author Jacob Smith presents: Helen Keller For Kids Book: Fun Facts About The Accomplishments & Life Of Helen Keller. This informative kids book includes well chosen words & great pictures to help children learn more about one of the worlds most beloved and inspirational women, Helen Keller.
Aside from the interesting facts and images Mr Smith presents in his Helen Keller For Kids Book he also covers some interesting insights about Helen Kellers background, what caused her blindness, how she coped growing up, her accomplishments, how she inspired people all over the world, and much more.
The pictures within this book are accompanied by small bits of easy to understand text while making it an exciting read about The life of Helen Keller. Therefore, Helen Keller For Kids is a great educational book for kids ages 8 years and older (or for parents that want to read this book with their children).
Currently set at a wonderfully low promotional price, this book on Helen Keller For Kids can be easily downloaded from the Amazon Kindle Store by any young readers that love to read on their own, as well as by parents who will read to younger children that are still learning to read.
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Helen Keller was an American writer and speaker. She was born in Tuscumbia, Alabama in When she was nineteen months old she became sick and lost .
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In honor of her birthday, here are 10 things you might not know about Helen Keller. Keller was born in Tuscumbia, Alabama on June 27, Her father, Arthur Keller, had worked as a lawyer in Alabama before enlisting in the Confederate Army. During the Civil War, he served as a private, quartermaster-sergeant, and paymaster. After the war, he bought and became editor of The North Alabamian , a weekly local newspaper.