Titanic: The Disaster that Shocked the World!
Level 3: Grades 2 and 3--At this level the Readers introduce more complex sentence structure and increased vocabulary. Archive photos and detailed illustrations make the stories exciting for children to read on their own. Launched in the spring, this exciting learning-to-read program combines DK's highly visual, non-fiction Eyewitness style with engaging, age-appropriate stories to help children learn to read. The four reading levels make up a structured literacy program that carefully guides children through their first steps in reading, and progressing to become confident and proficient readers. Each book is guaranteed to capture a child's interest, while developing his or her reading skills and general knowledge. Introducing 8 new titles each season, these are high quality paperbacks at affordable prices. Children will want to collect them all!
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Project Editor Shaila A wan The greatest ship
Managing Art Editor Peter Bailey All aboard
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April Argo asleep ATLANTIC OCEAN Beginning to Read board the Carpathia body boiler rooms bridge Bugs called Captain Edward Captain Smith class pay climb Collapsible boat Colonel Astor compartments crashes crew crow's nest danger davits deck disaster distress signal dogs Edmond Navratil EYEWITNESS READERS father feet first-class ticket floating flood France front Funnel greatest ship Harold Bride hull iceberg inside jackets John Jacob Astor kennels Kitty late to save launched lifeboats are lowered lookouts looms luggage Marcelle meters Michel and Edmond Michel Navratil Morse code Morse lamp mother Nautile newspapers north Atlantic number 13 object passengers plunges Proficient Readers propellers Reading alone Level research ship rises higher Robert Ballard rockets ropes rush sail scientists seabed ship's shout sinking Slowly Starboard stern rises submersible survived survivors third class Titanic sank unsinkable video camera voyage warm clothes Water gushes waving wife wireless operators wreck York City