Helen Keller (Kids in History) (Paperback)

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By Barbara Catchpole, Damian Zain (Illustrator)
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What were some of the world's most famous people like when they were kids? This fresh and fun biography gives kids a peek into the childhood of writer, lecturer, and activist Helen Keller. Stunning comic strips, fact boxes, and timelines bring her story to life.

Left blind and deaf from a childhood illness, Helen Keller broke barriers, learning sign language and eventually becoming the first person with her disability to earn a Bachelor of Arts. This fast-paced and fascinating account of her early life details her inspiring journey towards being able to communicate with those around her and spread a message of tolerance and understanding.

About the Author

Barbara Catchpole was an English and Special Needs teacher before becoming a full-time writer of children's books, including the titles in the popular PIG fiction series. Damian Zain lives and works in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He trained in comic illustration and now is a freelance artist.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781912904761
ISBN-10: 1912904764
Publisher: Book House
Publication Date: March 3rd, 2020
Pages: 152
Language: English
Series: Kids in History