This is a recently published book just about bookshelf size with several portfolios of photographs in colour and monochrome taken over many decades. There are many contributing photographers of whom some may be familiar and includes recognised 'masters'. In addition to the main portfolios, there are several themed images that may provide some ideas.
Street photography is slightly unusual in that it sometimes demands a situation where something unusual, interesting or humourous occurs and demands that it be photographed. Without that, it may not be able to hold the viewer's interest. Once that instant is gone, it is lost forever.
The images in the book are a highly varied collection. with very few that may be similar. There may be some where the reader could claim 'I could have taken that' and that may be true but recognising the magic moment and capturing it is something that few will achieve. There is no provided technical information on the images, but none is needed.
The book is split almost 50/50 between photographs and text. Some of the texts may be interview-based but not all.
As a book about street photography, it is one of the better ones and is reasonably priced. The images used are not just 'people' pictures but include buildings and architectural studies. The book is intended to assist and encourage and to help with ideas. It succeeds.