4 edition of If the old could found in the catalog.
If the old could
|LC Classifications||PR6023.E833 I37 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||250 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||250|
|LC Control Number||85127304|
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The Little Old Man Who Could Not Read from Irma Simonton Black and Purple House Press is a charmingly cute story which will have your family smiling from ear to ear and learning the value of the written word.
Families will find The Little Old Man Who Could Not Read to be absolutely wonderful. Children will be tickled by the little old man and his unexpected /5(80). If the Old Could is a distinguished sequel to the highly acclaimed The Diary of a Good Neighbour.
Like its predecessor, it is a wry, challenging and exceptionally perceptive novel for adults of all ages. Jane Somers is the pseudonym for a well-known woman journalist.
A more accurate title would be, (in my humble opinion at least), “Why Your Five Year Old Could Not Have EXPLAINED That”.
A point reinforced by the author herself on page(Kasimir Malevich), where she says, “A child certainly could have painted this simple square canvas ”/5(86).
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