The World I Live In, Helen Keller.
When you read the first chapter you’ll be amazed that Helen Keller could not see or hear anything for as long as she lived. I was introduced to her biography in my fifth-grade class on a school book drive. 1971 was the year I was diagnosed with epilepsy, and learn to play piano and read voraciously cookbooks one after another. From the beginning of my life and to this day Helen Keller remains my extraordinary heroine who showed me that I could do anything if I wanted.
Also you can listen to this book on the free audio book service called LibriVox. Volunteers from all over the world choose to read books that are incredible and totally free. Yes that’s right you don’t have to pay for audible if you don’t want to.
On Google Play Books there are thousands which are in the public domain which can be read for absolutely free. I hope you enjoy Helen Keller the world I live in as much as I did.
Written and compiled by Paulette Motzko
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Veterans Day November 11th 2016 5 p.m.