Helen Keller and the Big Storm by Patricia LakinThis Ready to Read book is great for children interested in learning about Helen Keller. The book begins with Helens childhood and all of the hardships she faced while growing up. She was unable to hear, see, or talk. Helens parents knew they must call in help to get what their daughter needed. Ann Sullivan came to live with the Kellers and Helen was not pleased. She pulled pranks on Ann and didnt trust her. Helen learned that she loved nature and enjoyed all of the cool breezes and sunshine. It wasnt until Helen realized she was in the danger of a storm that she trusted Ann. Ann was there to help her down from the tall tree. From this day on, Helen trusted Ann and began to learn many new things. This book is simple for students to grasp the harsh realities of being blind and deaf. The simple language helps convey a somber, then happy tone. I also liked the timeline at the end of the book to help show children important dates in Helens life. I would suggest this book is used for a research project on Helen Keller. This book could also be paired with Who Was Helen Keller? to learn more about her life. The topic of deafness and blindness is evident to show social justice.
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