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Monday, September 01, 2014, 4:57 p.m.

In LR, those who love to read hear about those who can’t

After 65-year-old Sammy King finished reading a book for the first time last year, he “cried like a baby.” The book included a story about Helen Keller, and King said that he thought if Keller could learn to read while blind and deaf, he could learn to read, too.

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  • Headline: In LR, those who love to read hear about those who can’t
  • Publication: Arkansas, Pages 15 on 04/27/2014
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