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The Titanic was the most famous ship in history. But what really happened to the Titanic on that terrible April night in the North Atlantic? Why did it hit an iceberg? Why did it sink? Why did more than one thousand people die? This book looks at the true story - and gives some of theanswers.
Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, c2009
ISBN: 9780194236195
Branch Call Number: ESL READER VIC INT
Characteristics: 56 p. :,ill. (some col.) ;,22 cm


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Jul 10, 2018

This compact, little book may contain less than 60 pages - But, what it packs in facts about the "unsinkable' Titanic is sure to impress most curios readers who enjoy non-fiction.

Sticking to the most important details of all about the Titanic - This informative book (written by Tim Vicary) also includes a number of photographs and illustrations.

These visuals, in turn, serve to add even more authenticity and drama to a real-life disaster that (106 years later) still continues to fascinate one, and all.

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