On Board the Titanic

On Board the Titanic

What It Was Like When the Great Liner Sank

Book - 1996
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"Jack felt the back of his neck prickle with fear. What he had known in his heart for the past hour was suddenly very clear. They would never get in a lifeboat. There simply weren't enough..."

Told through the eyes of two young survivors, and illustrated with breathtaking paintings and fascinating diagrams, this thrilling account vividly recreates the night the world's biggest ship plunged to the bottom of the ocean.

Publisher: Richmond Hill, Ont. : Scholastic Canada, 1996.
ISBN: 9780590248952
0590248952
Branch Call Number: J 910.91634 Tan
J/910/.91634/Tan 3588mb 1
J/910/.91634/Tan 3588vb 1
Characteristics: 48 p. : ill. (chiefly col.), col. map ; 24 x 29 cm.
Additional Contributors: Marschall, Ken

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cathyli89
Mar 23, 2010

this book was so sad, like the ending part where the titanic sinked.

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Dana39
Mar 23, 2010

It was pretty sad that the boat sanked -_-

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Diora
Mar 10, 2010

This ship might have lived but the ice had hit it badly which caused the ship to sink

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MAStar
Apr 11, 2009

it was a wonderful book, i found it very interesting!!!!!!!

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