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The little old man who could not read.
Irma Simonton Black
An old toymaker never wanted to learn to read until his wife went away on a visit and he had to do the shopping by himself.
|Statement||Pictures by Seymour Fleishman.|
|Contributions||Fleishman, Seymour, illus.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.B5288 Li|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||68009115|
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He just never wanted to learn. His wife went to the store and bought the food but -- the little man stayed home and made beautiful toys out of wood. Children all over the world loved his toys, and many wrote to tell him so. But still the little old man never wanted to learn to read.
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The Little Old Man Who Could Not Read By. Irma Simonton Black Fiction Once there was a little old man who couldn’t read. He just never wanted to learn. His wife bought all the food.
The little old man stayed at home and made lovely toys out of wood Children loved his toys, and they wrote to tell him so. But the. The Little Old Man Who Could Not read book, Irma Simonton Black, Parents Magazine Book Club, Classic children's book SouvenirAndSalvage 5 out of 5 stars () $ Favorite.
Imagine living in a world where you could not read. Imagine how hard a simple task such as shopping would become. This whimsical tale, told with humor and grace, portrays the frustration of the little old man who got everything all mixed up because he could not read.
Endearing illustrations by Seymour Fleishman bring the little old man to life. Subject: Re: Looking for title of old children's book From: arlenegreen-ga on 14 Jun PDT I think what you are looking for is The Little Old Man Who Could Not Read. Re: The Little Old Man Who Couldn't Read «Reply #3 on: MaPM» In my version the guy was a long distance truck driver and there was a little girl who taught him to read.
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The Little Old Man Who Could Not Read. 60 likes. Book. “The Little Old Man Who Could Not Read” by Irma Simonton Black is a wonderful story from years ago. The little old man “made beautiful toys out of wood.” While he makes the toys for children, letters from the children pile up in HUGE stacks since the little old man cannot read them.
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