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Charlie on the M.T.A.: Did He Ever Return?

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Do you know why the transit fare card in Boston is called the CharlieCard? Young readers will find out, and should bring an extra nickel along, when they hop aboard the -T- to follow Charlie through the streets of Boston in 1949. The full-page magical illustrations of Caitlin Marquis will take readers on a ride above and below the streets of Boston as they were in Charlie' ...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published June 27th 2017 by Commonwealth Editions
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Julia O’Brien-Merrill ’72
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Do you know why the transit fare card in Boston is called the Charlie Card? Young readers will find out, and should bring an extra nickel along, when they hop aboard the “T” to follow Charlie through the streets of Boston in 1949.

The full-page magical illustrations of Caitlin Marquis will take readers on a ride above and below the streets of Boston as they were in Charlie’s time, zooming past familiar landmarks — many still standing, some long gone
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