" A cute and simple biography about Helen Keller with some emphasis on her love of dogs, particularly one named Belle. " Carol said.
" This would make a great biography break read aloud. Might replace the David Adler as a go to book to introduce Helen Keller to young children. " Marcie said.
" Helen Keller comes alive again in the story of Helen Keller based on her relationship with her Irish Setter Belle. " Susan Williams said.
" This book is How Helen Keller learned sign language to communicate from her teacher Anne Sullivan and later learned Braille. How she learned to speak when her teacher took her to boston. " Ria said.
" As a young girl I was always fascinated by Helen Keller and Annie Sullivan and what they accomplished with their lives. As a dog lover I was especially enchanted by this book, which includes Helen's dog, Belle, as part of the story. The illustrations are beautiful and the text just right. " Ina said.
" My earliest memories of reading were of books about Helen Keller and others who suffered and overcame great obstacles. I am still a historical fiction reader. This book describes Helen Keller's love of animals and especially dogs. " Tammy said.
" Wonderful and inspirational book about Helen Keller.I have always admired Helen Keller and I was surprised to find that she was a dogs lover too. I love the story and its illustrations. Thanks to the author Holly M. Barry and Jennifer Thermes " Yundehap said.
" I was hoping this book would focus in on a realistic, but fictitious, story inside Helen's life to really breath life into her relationship with Belle, or even have Belle be the main character, but instead the book reads as an overview of Keller's life, which can be found elsewhere. Also, don't get me started on the illustrations. " Gabrielle Carolina Nash said.