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Reviewed by Diana Lopez for Readers' Favorite
Let's Explore! The Vehicles of the Town is an exciting book with colorful images and rhythmic descriptions. In each of its pages, the book shows the most striking and largest vehicles in a city, including the environment in which they are usually found. For example, the background indicates whether it is typical to see them on a street or near a building. The vehicles shown have characteristic functions, such as a mixer truck, an excavator, or a fire engine. In addition, the sites related to the vehicles are illustrated, such as a car wash or a workshop. You also see the kind of people who run them. All the vehicles in the book make people's jobs easier. Jolas Wittler describes them and their uses.
I liked the presentation of Let's Explore! The Vehicles of the Town. Visually, the book is very attractive because the type of drawing is not only colorful but also very striking and cheerful. The images provide very useful content and are created with enthusiasm so that children will pay attention. All the vehicles look very interesting and stand out for serving different functions. I also liked the fact that the vehicles were described along with their benefit to society, and it can be seen that they all have a purpose. Another positive aspect is that the phrases are amusing, so the ideas will be easy to remember. Jolas Wittler has created a delightful book that every child will enjoy.