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By Deborah Kent

Introduces the existence and accomplishments of famed writer and recommend for the disabled, Helen Keller.

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For four years she worked as a social worker at the University Settlement House in New York City. In 1975, Ms. Kent decided to pursue her lifelong interest in writing. She moved to San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, a town with a thriving community of writers and artists. In San Miguel she completed her first novel for young adults, Belonging, based on her experiences as a blind student attending a regular school. Ms. Kent is the author of 18 novels for young adults and more than 50 nonfiction titles for children.

Lectures (LEK-churs) Lectures are educational talks. Annie Sullivan spelled the teachers’ lectures into Helen Keller’s hand. tactile (TAK-tul) The word tactile refers to anything related to the sense of touch. Braille is a tactile method of reading. vaudeville (VAWD-vil) Vaudeville is a form of theater that consists of a number of different act such as comedians, dancers, acrobats, etc. Helen Keller and Annie Sullivan told their story on the vaudeville stage. html Note to Parents, Teachers, and Librarians: We routinely verify our Web links to make sure they’re safe, active sites—so encourage your readers to check them out!

Helen Keller: Rebellious Spirit. New York: Holiday House, 2001. Sullivan, George. Helen Keller. , 2001. O. Box 740425 Tuscumbia, AL 35674 800/344-0783 31 Index American Foundation for the Blind, 22 American Sign Language, 11 Anagnos, Michael, 8, 13 Arcan Ridge home, 25, 26, 27 Barbier, Charles, 17 Bell, Alexander Graham, 14 Boston, Massachusetts, 13 Braille language, 13, 16, 17, 18, 26, 28 Braille, Louis, 17 Bridgman, Laura, 9, 11 as Medal of Freedom recipient, 6 at Perkins Institution for the Blind, 9, 13 at Radcliffe College, 18 in silent film, 21 socialism and, 20 speech, 15 as vaudeville performer, 21–22, 23, 28 writings of, 18–19, 19–20, 25, 28 Macy, John, 19, 20 manual alphabet, 8, 11 The Miracle Worker (play/film), 26 Deliverance (film), 21 National Cathedral, 27 Fagan, Peter, 21 Perkins Institution for the Blind, 8, 9, 11, 14 Harvard University, 19 Helen Keller in Her Story (film), 26 Keller, Helen Adams on Alabama commemorative quarter, 28 at American Foundation for the Blind, 22 at Arcan Ridge home, 25, 26, 27 birth of, 7 at Cambridge School for Young Ladies, 16 childhood of, 7, 8–9, 13 death of, 27 education of, 8, 9–10, 12–13, 15, 16, 18 engagement of, 21 in Europe, 24 journal of, 13, 24 lecture tours, 20, 22, 25 letters to, 13–14, 20 socialists, 19, 20 Song of the Stone Wall (Helen Keller), 25 The Story of My Life (Helen Keller), 19 Sullivan, Annie, 8–10, 12, 16, 18, 19, 20–21, 24, 27 tactile writing systems, 17 Thomson, Polly, 24–25, 27 Tuscumbia, Alabama, 7 Twain, Mark, 14 The Unconquered (film), 26 vaudeville, 21–22, 23, 28 women’s suffrage, 19–20 About the Author DEBORAH KENT GREW UP IN LITTLE FALLS, NEW JERSEY, WHERE SHE WAS THE FIRST TOTALLY BLIND student to attend the local public school.

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