by Scott R. Welvaert,illustrated by Cynthia Martin and Keith Tucker. Published by Capstone Press 2006
A bright and breezy account of the life of Helen Keller, the blind and deaf woman, who became an advocate for the blind, written in graphic form. It is encouraging to see more non-fiction titles in this format as it gets reluctant readers(boys and girls)interested in reading titles they might not have contemplated reading before.
Contains other interesting facts about Helen, as well as a Glossary, Bibliography and Index.
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