Titanic

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Scholastic, Incorporated, Jan 1, 2007 - Shipwrecks - 64 pages
13 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)

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This is a nonfiction book about the unsinkable ship the Titanic that hit an iceberg and sank. The book provides facts about the boat. It also talks about some of the people on the boat and some of the ... Read full review

Review: Titanic (Usborne Young Reading)

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People had great expectations and excitement so did I feel while reading the book.I felt it was an unsinkable ship but it depressed me a lot when it sunk in the end.... Read full review

Contents

The unsinkable ship
18
Iceberg
27
Chapter a Going down
35
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