Item description for The Titanic Sinks! (A Stepping Stone Book(TM)) by Thomas Conklin...
Overview Recounts the story of how the world's biggest, safest ship sank on its first trip
Publishers Description Here is the exciting true story about the "unsinkable" "Titanic" Dramatic accounts, white-knuckle suspense, and fast-paced action of how the world's biggest, safest ship sank on its maiden voyage. Includes black-and-white photos and full-color underwater photos of the wreck.
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Studio: Random House Books for Young Readers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.67" Width: 5.24" Height: 0.32" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Release Date Mar 18, 1997
Publisher Random House Books for Young Readers
ISBN 0679886060 ISBN13 9780679886068 UPC 090129003990
Availability 13 units. Availability accurate as of Sep 26, 2017 05:56.
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Reviews - What do customers think about The Titanic Sinks! (A Stepping Stone Book(TM))?
My "Titanic" Book Report by Ryan Pearl Feb 15, 2006
In the first couple chapters, the book tells how wonderful the Titanic was. Very wealthy people were on the Titanic. People asked members of the crew if the boat could sink. The crew all said no it could not sink. The ship was built with the best of everything.
The story of the Titanic begins in Southampton, England and was to end in New York. Unfortunately, most of the story takes place after the Titanic hit an iceberg around Iceland in the Atlantic Ocean.
The ship hit an iceberg and began to sink. There were lifeboats on the ship but not nearly enough for everyone. Women and children were allowed on the lifeboats before the men. Wealthy people in first class got to leave before the poor people in third class. Many families did not want to be separated from each other and some men were chicken and wanted to get on the lifeboats before all the women and children were safe. In some cases the men were able to leave with the children and the mother stayed on board.
There were 2200 people on board the ship. In the end only 713 people survived. Over 1500 people died when the ship sank.
I love this book! Nov 28, 2005
I really enjoyed reading this book because I like reading about the Titanic.
Riveting! Informative! Moving! Mar 10, 2005
I previewed this book for my class. I found it very informative, direct, easy to read and utterly riveting. My students will love it.
FANTASTIC BOOK!!!!! Sep 19, 1999
Fantastic Book! I read this book in 2 days! Pictures are great! It's not like those yucky fiction books, but instead it's non-fiction, it's how it really happened! I read this and thought it was great, and I gave it to my friend to read and he thought it was great to! I highly reccomend this book to anyone who enjoys history or Titanic!
GREAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Jun 14, 1999
This book offers highly detailed suspense!!!!! From intruduction to the picture of TITANIC, TITANIC SINKS is the doctors recommendation!!!