All Stations! Distress!

All Stations! Distress!

April 15, 1912, the Day the Titanic Sank

Book - 2008
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Provides the captivating story of this amazing vessel, the people who built it, and its tragic demise during its maiden voyage across the Atlantic as told through first-hand accounts and detailed illustrations of the events as they happened.
Publisher: New York : Flash Point/Roaring Brook Press, 2008
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9781596432222
Branch Call Number: 910.916 Br
Description: 60 unnumbered pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm


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ChristchurchLib Apr 23, 2013

"All Stations! Distress! is an excellent choice for readers looking for a general history of the Titanic. Author Don Brown combines absorbing and accessible prose with expressive watercolour illustrations to tell the ship's tragic story. Often including first-hand accounts, Brown discusses the Titanic's design and supposed indestructibility, the likely reasons for its crash, and the horrific events that followed as 2,224 passengers and crew members attempted to escape the sinking ship." April 2013 Kids' Books newsletter


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