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In honor of Helen Keller's 125 birthday, read her own famous words written when she was just a young woman. In this book she talks about her childhood up to the time she goes to college, the first deafblind person to do so in the United States. She also talks about her beloved "Teacher," Anne Sullivan.
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Re: The Story of My Life
THe best thing i have ever read i love helen
     - queenofcash95, Jan 20 2008

Re: The Story of My Life
This book may be kinda long, but it's worth reading. I mean, isn't it cool that Helen wrote everything that happened in her life?! Well, not everything, but I think you all should red this.
     - grac3oo, Oct 15 2007

 
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