Titanic: Ghosts of the Abyss

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Disney-Hyperion, May 1, 2003 - Juvenile Fiction - 48 pages
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Journey to the heart of the Titanic with one of Hollywood's foremost movie directors. Using robots with miniature cameras, Academy Award winner Cameron and his crew returned to the very heart of the wreck, where no one has ventured since the liner sank in 1912. Now, on every page of Titanic: Ghost of the Abyss, young readers can see exactly what the cameras recorded, in three-dimensional detail-from the ship's rust enshrouded prow to the elegant grand staircase and the eerie water-filled staterooms

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User Review  - Franklyn Kornn - Goodreads

Good for text set over the Titanic. This is a very informative text and includes a lot of information and very descriptive pictures. I really enjoyed reading this text and getting a very close look at the ship. Read full review


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Mireille Majoor is the author of inside the Hindenburg. She has also edited a number of illustrated nonfiction books, including Anastasia's Album.

Elise and William Hicks live in a beautiful coastal urban forest sanctuary called Mariners Village located in Marina del Rey, CA, which they are struggling to defend from greedy developers and L.A. County officials who want to remove over 1,000 mature trees and who obviously have never read The Lorax by Dr. Seuss. From their balcony, they can observe majestic Great Blue Herons, which nest in a 7-story mature pine tree, completely oblivious that their home is in danger-the last nesting grounds left for them in this part of L.A. Elise and William live with their needy co-dependent Ragdoll cat, Romeow, who is just as clueless as the herons.

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