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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Hudson was observing all the cars on the highway. He saw big cars, small cars, high cars, low cars, and Hudson wondered why. His Dad told him why the shiny red car could go fast. Hudson's Dad owned a mini-van because it had space for Hudson, his sister, their dogs, and all of their luggage. His Dad pointed out to him that the slow car holding up the traffic was an antique one that was built in the 1920s when fast roads had not yet come about. There was an expensive luxury sedan parked in front of a hotel. They saw a foreign micro car when they stopped for a cup of coffee. Hudson also saw the car his Dad liked and it was from the 1950s. His Dad took all of them to an auto show and when it started to snow outside, his parents wished they owned one of the four-wheel-drive crossovers in the auto show. Let's read What Car Is That? to see the rest of the cars Hudson saw and discover which one was Hudson's favorite car.
What Car Is That? by Casey Williams is an interesting book that will educate young readers about the different types of cars that can be seen on the roads. The illustrations are bright and colorful and that makes it easy for young readers to understand the names of the different types of cars. It is a good book for tutors and parents to use in classrooms and homes to introduce children to the different types of cars available in an engaging and entertaining way. Young readers, especially boys, will definitely enjoy this book.