Helen Keller Biography Third Person

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Wax Museum Helen Keller Hello! Do you know who I am? I am famous because I learned how to read and write even though I was deaf and blind. Can you guess who I am now? If you guessed Helen Keller, you are correct! Life all started on June 27, 1880 in a small town named Tuscumbia Alabama .I became deaf/blind when I was only two years old because I had a bad case of scarlet fever. Did you know I throw temper tantrums if I didn’t get what I wanted because of my disability? I didn’t go to school, but Anne Sullivan came to teach me in 1887. My childhood was not so happy because I was different from everyone else. I accomplished many things in my life. First, president Lyndon B. Johnson awarded me the presidential Medal of Freedom. Did you know my life was made into a movie and I won an Oscar because of it? I wrote books called, The World I Live In, The Story Of My Life, and Out Of The Dark. But those weren’t the only ones I wrote! Do you know anything interesting about me? I was a better typewriter than Anne Sullivan and Polly Thompson! I once said, “life is either a daring adventure or nothing” and I lived a daring adventure. I also did charity work! Did you know I went around the world raising money for deaf/blind people? I also worked for the American Foundation for the Blind. Sadly, I died on June 1, 1960 in my eastern Connecticut home. I have been well known ever since. Hope you enjoyed listening!
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