This fun and informative book tells the story of how people get around in the city, from walking to cars to buses to trains. It’s perfect for young listeners who want to know more about this important aspect of city life.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for children who want to learn about transportation in the city.
- The book is perfect for young listeners who want to know more about transportation in the city.
- The author does a great job of explaining how different forms of transportation work.
- The book is full of cute illustrations that help explain the concepts presented.
- The author could have gone more in-depth about transportation.
- The book might be too basic for some children.
- Some of the sound effects could be better.
Learn more about the author
Jeffrey Thompson is a writer, artist and musician. He has written and illustrated several children’s books including The Giant Jam Sandwich, winner of the Nestlé Children’s Book Prize.
“Jeffrey Thompson has done it again! His new book, TRANSPORTATION IN THE CITY is a wonderful resource for children (and adults) who want to learn more about the different modes of transportation in cities around the world.Thompson’s clear and concise writing coupled with his descriptions of how various transportation systems work make this an enjoyable read. And don’t forget the colorful illustrations by Michael Svanevik which help bring the story to life.”
“Jeffrey Thompson has done a superb job of capturing the reader’s attention while educating them on various types of transportation found in cities. The book is well organized and easy to read.”
“This is a great book for children who are interested in learning about different types of transportation. The author does a fantastic job at explaining how each type of transportation works, and the accompanying sounds make it an even more enjoyable experience.”
“This was a great book! My son learned so much about how people get around in the city. The descriptions were clear and easy to understand, and he really enjoyed the story itself. I’d definitely recommend it for anyone with young kids interested in transportation.”