The Little Old Man Who Could Not Readby Irma Simonton Black
illustrated by Seymour Fleishman
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. Originally printed in 1968.