Titanic

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Scholastic, Incorporated, Jan 1, 2007 - Shipwrecks - 64 pages
5 Reviews
In 1912, the Titanic was one of the largest, most luxurious steamships ever built. Follow its incredible story, from a shipyard in Ireland to the icy Atlantic Ocean, and discover how this 'unsinkable' ship met with such a tragic end.

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Review: Titanic (Usborne Young Reading)

User Review  - Jackie Pino - Goodreads

Many records of the Titanic's fateful journey exist. This Usborne Young Reading version details the story from before the great ship was built until the survivors reached New York aboard the Carpathia ... Read full review

Review: Titanic (Usborne Young Reading)

User Review  - Krista Lineweaver - Goodreads

Titanic, by Anna Claybourne, is a nonfiction book intended for the intermediate ageg group. The illustrations in the book are beautifully done that would be eye- catching to children. The story does ... Read full review

Contents

The unsinkable ship
18
Iceberg
27
Chapter a Going down
35
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