Titanic: The Ship of Dreams

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Orchard Books, 2007 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 30 pages
3 Reviews
TITANIC offers readers fabulous new insight into what it was really like aboard the majestic boat with photographs, letters, journal entries, and tons of novelty features!

This gorgeous volume brings history to life as readers follow a young boy's passage on the Titanic. Through his journals and loads of incredible novelty features, readers will get a unique inside look at the impressive luxury ship and her maiden voyage. Novelty features include: pop-ups, pull tabs, slide mechanisms, fold-out maps, and booklets for additional Titanic information. TITANIC offers readers fabulous new insight into what it was really like aboard the luxury boat with photographs, letters, and journal entries.

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Awesome book!

User Review  - pkg65 - Overstock.com

My 9-year-old saw this book in a local book store and loved it. He's fascinated with the Titanic and it's history. The book is colorful, good quality and appealing to all ages! Highly recommend it. ... Read full review

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User Review  - eecnelsen - LibraryThing

the cover was shiny silver with a moving replica of the ship in the middle. The story is told by ten year old Jack in a child’s voice. Each page has interesting facts about the time period, and the ... Read full review

About the author (2007)

Duncan Crosbie has written many books for children, both fiction and non-fiction, and his particular interest is history. He has researched this subject carefully and is able to combine historical facts with a readable narrative style which brings the information to life.

Moulder studied art in Belfast, Northern Ireland. He is a specialist in historical artwork and comic strips. He is an accomplished author of history books, and his artwork has appeared in leading publications in the United Kingdom. He currently works with the Oxford Illustrators and Designers group.

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