Set sail and discover what happened when the “unsinkable” ship hit an iceberg with this picture-packed guide to the Titanic disaster.
Introduce kids ages 9-12 years to the story of Titanic’s fateful maiden voyage from Southampton, United Kingdom, to New York City. Inside the pages of this children’s educational book about the Titanic, you’ll experience the tragic tale of the world's most famous ship. It includes:
• New images, including photography and updated diagrams. • Up-to-date information by expert consultants. • Amazing facts, infographics, statistics and timelines that explain the disaster as it happened. • Includes brand new eyewitness accounts from experts in the field.
Bring the historical significance of the Titanic to a new, younger audience. Eyewitness Titanic helps you dive even deeper to uncover the fascinating secrets of the Titanic. Learn what life was like for people on board, read personal accounts and survival stories from the epic rescue mission, and see the Titanic’s treasures that lay undiscovered for years.
Packed with incredible statistics and facts about Titanic and written in easy-to-grasp text, this history book for children will transport young readers back to the year 1912. Full-color photographs and illustrations show the Titanic’s construction, life on board, its fateful collision with an iceberg, how it is remembered in popular culture and much more.
With a groundbreaking visual approach and clear, child-friendly text, the DK Eyewitness series has been a trusted favorite for parents, teachers and school-age children since 1985. Now with an exciting makeover, this popular series has been reinvigorated for the next generation of information-seekers — perfect for home learning!
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