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Beyond the Miracle Worker: The Remarkable Life of Anne Sullivan Macy and Her Extraordinary Friendship with Helen Keller

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 31, 2013

    Amazing in every way...

    I read the book and then read it again and enjoyed it

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  • Posted March 4, 2012

    I Also Recommend:

    A Riveting Documentation of Anne Sullivan Macy Review of Beyond

    A Riveting Documentation of Anne Sullivan Macy
    Review of Beyond the Miracle Worker by Kim E. Nielson
    Historian Kim E. Nielson documents the life of Anne Sullivan Macy, the remarkable teacher and friend to blind and deaf girl Helen Keller. Being partially blind herself and having an extremely hard childhood, Anne overcame many obstacles along with completely changing Helen Keller’s life. This book is not only inspirational but also exemplifies true values in life. I really liked how this book was written in chronological order as it made it an easy read. I also really liked the detail and historical accuracy that this book presented. This book was written from the third person perspective, which I did not like because it made it much less personal. This book was very compelling and I believe it would be a good read for anyone high school aged or older. Neilson has also written another book on Helen Keller, The Radical Lives of Helen Keller, which I am sure would be just as good as Beyond the Miracle Worker. Overall I would give this book eight out of ten stars.

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