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A Picture Book of Helen Keller (Picture Book Biography) (edition 1992)

by David A. Adler, John Wallner, Alexandra Wallner (Illustrator)

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Title:A Picture Book of Helen Keller (Picture Book Biography)
Authors:David A. Adler
Other authors:John Wallner, Alexandra Wallner (Illustrator)
Info:Holiday House (1992), Edition: Reprint, Paperback, 32 pages
Collections:K-2nd Grade Readers, Multicultural Books, Biography, Chapter Books, Picturebooks
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Tags:deaf, exceptionalities, biography, blind

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A Picture Book of Helen Keller by David A. Adler

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Review: This book is filled with information about Helen Keller's life and struggle. It has pictures to go along with the story. It is very appropriate and easy to read for children.

Summary: This story is a short biography on Helen Keller and her life of being deaf and blind. It talks about the struggles that she had to go through to just live a normal life.

Argument: Many children do not know a lot about being deaf or blind, and is an awkward topic to write about in a children's book. The author did a really great job describing the events in Helens life so that a child could understand. The author also pulls the reader in and involving them in the story.
The lesson in this story is to always try your hardest no matter how many obstacles you have to go through. ( )
  knold1 | Dec 9, 2014 |
Since I read a chapter book for children about Hellen Keller, I was determined to read a picture biography about her for younger children. After searching through a couple, I found this one and could not put it down. This book illustrates and explains a brief overview of Hellen Keller's life and the struggles and obstacles that she went through and over came. ( )
  sconne7 | Dec 1, 2014 |
A Picture book of Helen Keller by David Adler is an interesting biography that focuses mainly on the childhood of Helen Keller. In this biography Helen is a young girl who is deaf and blind. She is depicted as being unable to communicate and is mean to others out of frustration.Then comes Anne Sullivan who teaches Helen ways to communicate. Helen grows up to attend college, becomes a writer and public speaker.

I found this biography to be inspirational. This story would be good to encourage everyone and remind the reader that they can overcome the hardships and challenges of having a limitation.

Story extenders in the classroom would revolve around the senses of sight and hearing. Matching the egg sounds: make a game using twelve plastic eggs. Fill two eggs with matching items that make different sounds. Example fill two eggs with penny, rice, sand, flour, a quarter,and oatmeal[dry]. Tape and glue them shut and the student will shake and see if they can find a match. for sight could fill a sock with various items and the child would have to feel and describe the item. Learning a song in sign language and exploring braille as well as making a list of ways to be helpful to others would also be interesting ways to extend the story. ( )
  imamarie | Nov 11, 2014 |
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This book is a biography of Helen Keller. Helen was deaf and blind and this book tells the struggles she went through as a child. She live in darkness and silence making it almost impossible to communicate with other this made Helen an angry child. When she was seven a wonderful women named Anne Sullivan became her teacher. She help taught Helen how to communicate with others. This women help Helen accomplish so much in life.
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This I thought this book did a great good telling the truly amazing story of Helen Keller.
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This book can be used to show children the struggle children with disabilities go through. You can have children close their eyes and cover their eyes to see how Helen lived.
This is also a book of determination it can teach children that anything is possible know matter the struggle that is in front of you.
  christa15 | Jul 15, 2014 |
I was playing library in first grade with Pearsontown Elementary School and they are Durant. Not now. ( )
  allygggggg | Jun 9, 2014 |
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A brief biography of the woman who overcame her handicaps of being both blind and deaf.

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