Mr. P. Did It! highlights the causes and effects of illiteracy in the life of a man who did not learn how to read until he was over 60 years old. In this fictional chapter book for early readers, the author relies on her recollection of key events as told to her by J. T. Pace in the mid-90s to reveal the reasons for and the consequences of his inability to read.
The first three stories, "Mr. P Sets a Goal," " Mr. P Goes to School," and "Mr. P Runs Away," introduce Mr. P as a young boy who experiences challenges and emotions to which most children can easily relate.
The final three stories, "Mr. P Almost Gets Killed," “Mr. P Goes to College," and "Mr. P Learns to Read," present the main character as an adult and allow readers to express concern, pity, and, ultimately, joy for their new friend, Mr. P, as he is determined to reach his goal.
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