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Let's Ride the Streetcar! (Public Transportation)

by Elisa Peters

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I enjoyed this book because the photographs really enhanced the story. This book is about different types of streetcars found around the world. For example, the book states, "They [streetcars] are also called trolleys. In England, people call them trams." The book then provided a real life photograph of a tram from England. It also mentioned that Melbourne, Australia has the longest streetcar network in the world. The book showed a picture of it so the reader could get a better understanding of what it looked like. The big idea behind this book is that streetcars look different in other countries and are called other names besides "streetcar". ( )
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