Titanic

Titanic Titanic Voices From The Disaster Is A 2013 Sibert Honor Book And A 2013 Excellence In Nonfiction For Young Adults Finalist.Critically Acclaimed Nonfiction Author Deborah Hopkinson Pieces Together The Story Of The TITANIC And That Fateful April Night, Drawing On The Voices Of Survivors And Archival Photographs.Scheduled To Coincide With The 100th Anniversary Of The Tragic Sinking Of The TITANIC, A Topic That Continues To Haunt And Thrill Readers To This Day, This Book By Critically Acclaimed Author Deborah Hopkinson Weaves Together The Voices And Stories Of Real TITANIC Survivors And Witnesses To The Disaster From The Stewardess Violet Jessop To Captain Arthur Rostron Of The CARPATHIA, Who Came To The Rescue Of The Sinking Ship Packed With Heartstopping Action, Devastating Drama, Fascinating Historical Details, Loads Of Archival Photographs On Almost Every Page, And Quotes From Primary Sources, This Gripping Story, Which Follows The TITANIC And Its Passengers From The Ship S Celebrated Launch At Belfast To Her Cataclysmic Icy End, Is Sure To Thrill And Move Readers. I grew up in the Land of 10,000 Frozen Lakes In Minnesota, it oozes cold I thought I KNEW cold But I found out I didn t when I decided to jump off a sailboat into Lake Superior Whooee, I was so unprepared for air whooshing out of my lungs when I hit the water Imagine a big block of ice being dropped onto your chest The water temperature was in the 50 s and my teeth were chattering and blue within a short amount of time Thank goodness I had a life jacket on The coldness was paralyzing Th I grew up in the Land of 10,000 Frozen Lakes In Minnesota, it oozes cold I thought I KNEW cold But I found out I didn t when I decided to jump off a sailboat into Lake Superior Whooee, I was so unprepared for air whooshing out of my lungs when I hit the water Imagine a big block of ice being dropped onto your chest The water temperature was in the 50 s and my teeth were chattering and blue within a short amount of time Thank goodness I had a life jacket on The coldness was paralyzing That is why I cannot imagine being submerged in 28 degree water for HOURS and surviving with no limbs amputated from expos
This is an excellent resource for young adults to learn about the sinking of the Titanic It is very complete while being succinct The text covers the entire voyage from the day it left dry dock, through the short journey up the coast to when it set off across the Atlantic, the disaster and the aftermath, including impact on the world immediately after that and finally a little about the discovery of the wreck I found just the right amount of information, not too much, not too little The coup This is an excellent resource for young adults to learn about the sinking of the Titanic It is very complete while being succinct The text covers the entire voyage from the day it left dry dock, through the short journey up the coast to when it set off across the Atlantic, the disaster and the aftermath, including impact on the world immediately after that and finally a little about t
Variety is a hallmark of Deborah Hopkinson s work for young readers She s written novels, picture books, biographies, and historical nonfiction, and each have been lauded as quality literature But it was Titanic Voices From the Disaster that earned Deborah Hopkinson a Sibert Honor as one of the most distinguished informational books of 2012, cementing her status as a premier children s nonfiction author Ms Hopkinson elaborated on aspects of the Titanic tragedy that aren t alwa
Titanic Voices from the DisasterName Danielle Autumn ShurHopkinson, D 2012 Titanic Voices from the Disaster New York, NY Scholastic Press.Genre InformationalAward YALSA Excellence in Nonfiction for Young Adults AwardFormat Print BookSelection Process YALSA Excellence in Nonfiction for Young Adults Award listReview Say the word Titanic and most everyone will know what you are referring to Just over 100 years ago, the most famous maritime disasters occurred Books have been writte Titanic Voices from the DisasterName Danielle Autumn ShurHopkinson, D 2012 Titanic Voices from the Disaster New York, NY Scholastic Press.Genre InformationalAward YALSA Excellence in Nonfiction for
Read the full reivew and exclusive author guest post at have always been interested by the dramatic story of the sinking of the Titanic And as a history buff,this book appealed to me on so many levels I love that Deborah Hopkinson used real photos of the ship and it s passengers as well as first hand accounts The narrative came alive for me in a way that it never has before thanks to a visually and historically rich account of that fateful night Ther Read the full reivew and exclusive author guest post at have always been interested by the dramatic story of the sinking of the Titanic And as a history buff,this book appealed to me on so many levels I love that Deborah Hopkinson used real photos of the ship and it s passengers as well as first hand accounts The narrative came alive for me in a way that it never has before thanks to a visually and historically rich account of that fateful night There are so many new facts I had never heard, including he location of rescue ships in the area and the miscommunication or ignoring of warning messages from other ships nearby Once again the tragedy of that event becomes crystal clear, but the author adds so many layers of new information that I found myself immersed from page one.Titanic Voices From the Disaster is an excellent non fiction gem for both teens and adults alike Teens will find it easy to read and interestin
This is an outstanding non fiction book filled with first person accounts and records from the sinking of the Titanic It follows a number of people including first, second, and third class individuals and staff through a chronological order of events Some of those people are young adults and it s refreshing to hear their point of view The book has numerous documents including a menu, photos, launch information, letters, facts and figures, and information on the Carpathia, the ship that came t This is an outstanding non fiction book filled with first person accounts and records from the sinking of the Titanic It follows a number of people including first, second, and third class individuals and staff through a chronologica
Titanic Voices from the Disaster is a great book for young readers wanting to learn about what happened on the Titanic The voices of the people make the book come to life and the information is accurate and authentic It makes the bookinteresting and gives the facts without making it seem like a history lesson I really liked how the people were from all different classes, cultures, and had different backgrounds It gave the reader a full view of what is was like on the ship from many di Titanic Voices from the Disaster is a great book for young readers wanting to learn about what happened on the Titanic The voices of the people make the book come to life and the information is accurate and authentic It makes the bookinteresting and gives the facts without making it seem like a history lesson I really liked how the people were from all different classes, cultures, and had different backgrounds It gave the reader a full view of what is was like on the ship from many different views It was amazing to me to read about the lives of people that were involved with the Titanic and I really think young readers would enjoy it as well.The timeline, statistics, and damage report at the end were great At 22, I learned many new things from those pieces in the book and I have read so many books about the Titanic They give a lot of information without it sounding boring The letters from the survivo
Name Kim DenikerAPA Citation Hopkinson, D 2012 Titanic Voices from the disaster New York Scholastic, Inc Genre Historical Fiction and YALSA ChoiceThe awards received include Booklist, 12 01 2011 Publisher s Weekly, 2 20 2012 Bulletin of the Center for Children s Books, 4 1 2012 Horn Book, 11 1 2012 and 3 1 2012 School Library Journal, 2 1 2012 Voice of Youth Advocates VOYA , 4 1 2012 Kirkus Reviews starred 1 1 2012 Wilson s Children, 10 1 12 Library Media Connection, 5 1 20 Name Kim DenikerAPA Citation Hopkinson, D 2012 Titanic Voices from the disaster New York Scholastic, Inc Genre Historical Fiction and YALSA ChoiceThe awards received include Booklist, 12 01 2011 Publisher s Weekly, 2 20 2012 Bulletin of the Center for Children s Books, 4 1 2012 Horn Book, 11 1 2012 and 3 1 2012 School Library Journal, 2 1 2012 Voice of Youth Advocates VOYA , 4 1 2012 Kirkus Reviews starred 1 1 2012 Wilson s Children, 10 1 12 Library Media Connection, 5 1 2012 Wilson s Junior High School, 10 1 12 Young Adult Library Services Association YALSA Exce
I have always been interested in the Titanic and her fateful maiden voyage I love finding random facts regarding historical events that not everyone may know I enjoyed this book because of the way Deborah Hopkinson presented the information from the photographs of the ship and the facts regarding the passengers, crew, food, etc I found that the information presented and how it was presented did make me feel excited to readabout the
A simple overview with several first hand accounts from the survivors of the disaster.

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  • Hardcover
  • 289 pages
  • Titanic
  • Deborah Hopkinson
  • English
  • 10 July 2017
  • 0545116740