The Car That Wanted
to be a Bike
The world is changing, and sometimes it's difficult to fit in. Johnny, a lovely and friendly car, experiences it firsthand. One day, Johnny's family finds out how nice it is to use a bicycle instead of a car. Johnny misses his family and dreams of becoming a bike. Can Johnny turn into a two-wheeler? How does his family react? Can Johnny find a new purpose in life?
Finally, a children's book about the joy of cycling and the future of cities.
Let's change the way our children view cities and mobility. Read this 36-page fully illustrated book with your child (3-6). Follow the car on his journey to become... a bicycle.
Author: Lior Steinberg
Lior Steinberg is an urban planner and co-founder of Humankind. He helps cities to look beyond functionality and to plan urban spaces that make people smile. All the projects Lior participates in have one thing in common: they create people-oriented cities. Being a Jane Jacobs' enthusiast and a fan of great public spaces, he is keen on making cities better with an emphasis on local, innovative interventions and on including residents in urban planning.
Illustrator: Rita Kruglova
Rita Kruglova is a brilliant illustrator who draws characters and places in a unique style. Rita turned the story into magnificent, colorful illustrations.