My Name is Helen Keller

As a baby, Helen Keller lost her hearing and sight to a rare illness. For five years, the world around her was a mystery. Then one day, her teacher taught Helen a single name, and her world started to grow. She went on to graduate from college, write books, and travel the country, speaking out for people with disabilities. Helen Keller’s world never stopped growing. And her story is a reminder that behind every name is something precious, waiting to be discovered.

  • 32 Pages
  • 8" x 10"
  • 9780807553220
  • October 2020

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  • Throughout, Kocsmiersky’s impressionistic watercolor illustrations enrich the text.

    - School Library Journal


Jenn Kocsmiersky