The Story of Annie Sullivan, Helen Keller's Teacher

The Story of Annie Sullivan, Helen Keller's Teacher

Book - 1997
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A biography of the woman who taught a deaf-blind girl how to communicate with others.
Publisher: Milwaukee : G. Stevens, 1997
ISBN: 9780836814675
0836814673
Branch Call Number: J B Sullivan A Se
Characteristics: 100 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: McKeating, Eileen - Illustrator
Alternative Title: Anne Sullivan

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thekropfs
Jun 13, 2013

This book is one of the great stories about Helen Keller. But whats more is that you get to read about Annie Sullivan, Helen's teacher, even though it's a shorter book, it was one of the best biography about Helen Keller, and her teacher, I have ever read!!!

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thekropfs
Jun 13, 2013

Most people know about Helen Keller but not many people know about her teacher Annie Sullivan. This book describes two peoples horrible, sad, and hard times. Helen, surprisingly, had ,maybe, a better childhood. Annie was pretty much loved and then hated and sent away for ever. Even through the loss of her loved ones she remained destine for for a better life.

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Jun 13, 2013

"Annie, I've put up with a lot of things from you! But this is too much. You've gone into a place no Perkins girl should ever go. You've disgraced our school."

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