"Helen Keller, From Tragedy to Triumph" by Katherine E. Wilkie is a biography of Helen Keller. The book begins when she was six years old, telling how she went from a healthy baby to being blind, deaf, and dumb. The story then talks about how Helen learned sign language, and finally was able to communicate with the world.
I like this book because it shows how a young, blind, deaf girl became famous for what she did and how she worked around her problems.
I give this book 5 out of 5 stars.