CHRISTINE PLATT is the author of The Story of Harriet Tubman, The Story of Alexander Hamilton, and other books. She holds a bachelor's degree in Africana Studies, a master's degree in African and African American Studies, and a J.D. from Stetson University College of Law. Her storytelling teaches people of all ages about diversity and inclusion.
"Helen Keller has always been inspirational. I thought I knew a lot about her until I read Christine Platt's book. The story is incredible. With vivid illustrations, this is a wonderful book that all ages can enjoy together." --Stacia Deutsch, bestselling author
"What an inspirational, educational, and engaging book! I learned so much about this pioneering woman and all of her incredible accomplishments, including founding the ACLU. Using clear and concise writing, Platt features Helen Keller's life in a way that will leave kids feeling they can conquer the world!" --Susan B. Katz, Award-Winning Author and National Board Certified Teacher
"The Story of Helen Keller inspires young readers to hope and work to overcome difficult--even what others call impossible--circumstances. With a bit of encouragement, Helen Keller achieved great things despite disabilities and difficulties." --Annette Whipple, Author of The Laura Ingalls Wilder Companion and The Story of the Wright Brothers