By: Hermann, SpringMaterial type: TextPublisher: New York Henry Holt and Company 1998Description: 163 p.b&w illISBN: 0-8050-5706-4Subject(s): Carter, Abigail, d.1875 - Fiction | Blind - Fiction | Physically handicapped - Fiction | Schools - FictionSummary: When ten-year-old Abby Carter attends the newly established school for the blind in Boston in 1832, she proves that blind people can learn and be independent.
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When ten-year-old Abby Carter attends the newly established school for the blind in Boston in 1832, she proves that blind people can learn and be independent.