2012 Marks the 100th Anniversary of the Titanic‘s Sinking!
This DK classic being brought back in print tells the story of the Titanic’s fateful voyage through vivid original artwork.
Young readers will learn and discover how the ship was built and equipped, what kind of passengers and crew she carried, and what facilities she offered onboard. Learn how she struck an iceberg, why she sank so quickly, how many people were saved, and how many lives were lost.
Detailed double-page artwork with cutaway scenes tell the tragic story of the ‘unsinkable’ liner
Pictorial details and lively annotation give fascinating insight into the Titanic‘s construction and the daily life of its passengers and crew from the start of the maiden voyage to its sinking
Covers the official inquiries into the sinking, as well as the discovery of the wreck
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