by Levinson, Nancy Smiler.

Format: Print Book 2004
Availability: Available at 2 Libraries 2 of 2 copies
Available (2)
Location Collection Call #
Mt. Lebanon Public Library Children's Non-Fiction j 629.222 Lev
Location  Mt. Lebanon Public Library
Collection  Children's Non-Fiction
Call Number  j 629.222 Lev
Sewickley Public Library Juvenile Nonfiction J 629.222 LEV 2004
Location  Sewickley Public Library
Collection  Juvenile Nonfiction
Call Number  J 629.222 LEV 2004
Today cars fill our streets and highways. But how did they get there? It took years of trial and error before people created the first motocar. Some early cars looked like giant kettles - others looked like giant tricycles. Some engines were steam; some were electric! How did the internal combustion engine become the engine of choice?Learn how cars changed the lives of people everywhere. Time line included.
Published Reviews
Booklist Review: "Gr. 1-3. Joining the growing ranks of nonfiction books for young readers, this Holiday House Reader looks at cars, focusing on the days when they were better known as horseless carriages. After introducing early models by Benz, Daimler, the Duryea brothers, and Ford, the discussion turns to the changes brought about by this mode of transportation. Levinson also relates the experiences of early motorists, from their driving clothes to the dusty roads. While the beginning-reader format limits the amount of information, the book presents a good introduction to the subject in a short text and follows up with a glossary of terms such as carriage, steamer, 0 and tiller0 . Rogers' upbeat illustrations add to the book's appeal. --Carolyn Phelan Copyright 2004 Booklist"
From Booklist, Copyright (c) American Library Association. Used with permission.
Additional Information
Subjects Automobiles -- History -- Juvenile literature.
Automobiles -- History.
Publisher New York :Holiday House,2004
Edition 1st ed.
Contributors Rogers, Jacqueline, 1958-
Language English
Description 32 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm
ISBN 0823416143 (hardcover)
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