If you sailed on the Titanic

by Patrick, Denise Lewis,

Format: Print Book 2023
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Summary
What do you know about the sinking of the Titanic ?

What if you lived in a different time and place? What would you wear? What would you eat? How would your daily life be different?

Scholastic's If You Lived... series answers all of kids' most important questions about events in American history. With a question and answer format, kid-friendly artwork, and engaging information, this series is the perfect partner for the classroom and for history-loving readers.

What if you sailed on the Titanic ? What would you have eaten? Where would you have slept? Would you have gone down with the ship?

Denise Lewis Patrick answers all these questions and more in this comprehensive guide to the sinking of the Titanic . A great choice for American history units, and for teaching children about this iconic moment in history.

Published Reviews
Booklist Review: "This appealing volume uses a Q & A format to engage children in learning about the Titanic. Arranged chronologically and covering many topics, the clearly written text tells why the ship was built and how much it cost as well as how the ship sank, whether the band really did keep playing until the end, and what changes in maritime law took place because of the Titanic's disastrous maiden voyage. In the pages describing daily life for the passengers, an illustration provides three sample menus, giving readers a chance to compare the breakfast fare provided for first class, second class, and steerage. The back matter offers a glossary but no indication of source materials. In the many illustrations, Nelson shows particular finesse in her use of colors, which varies from the full spectrum in some scenes to a more subtle palette of similar tones in others. The illustrations indicating the settings and clothing look true to the period, and people's emotions are suggested by their facial expressions and body language. An attractive, informative book on a perennially popular topic."
From Booklist, Copyright (c) American Library Association. Used with permission.
Additional Information
Series If you lived--
Subjects Titanic (Steamship) -- Juvenile literature.
Ocean liner passengers -- North Atlantic Ocean -- Juvenile literature.
Ocean travel -- History -- 20th century -- Juvenile literature.
Shipwrecks -- North Atlantic Ocean -- History -- 20th century -- Juvenile literature.
Publisher New York :Scholastic,2023
Edition First edition.
Contributors Nelson, Winona, 1983- illustrator.
Audience Ages 7-10.
Grades K-1.
Language English
Description 78 pages : color illustrations ; 20 x 24 cm.
ISBN 9781338777208
1338777203
9781338777192
133877719X
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