Text and cut away illustrations feature the stories of real life children who sailed aboard the Titanic on the night of its disaster in the North Atlantic Library of Congress SummaryLCCN 97000382Inside the Titanic invites young readers to embark on the most famous ocean voyage of all time With colorful, oversized illustrations and fabulously detailed cutaways, this book reveals every stage of the Titanic s life, from the day the liner left England to a haunting underwater view of the wreck today Inside Back Dust Jacket. On Wednesday, the tenth of April, 1912 the Titanic left the Port of Southampton on the southern coast of England Titanic, sister ship to the Olympic was the newest, largest, and most luxury liner of the White Star Line Many stories have been written about the passengers that braved this voyage and lost their lives to a watery grave The rich and poor were made equal on this fateful night and the sinking, rescue, and legacy of the Titanic have continued to interest people than a hundred years later Much is known and written about this iconic ship and her very short service life but relatively little is known about her actual accommodations and their relative placement on the ship This book is designed to show how this unsinkable ship looked before she went down in the deep waters of the north Atlantic.This book doesn t contain any inspirational or immortal words about this grand ship it isn t about words The writer of the text, Hugh Brewster, doesn t even appear on the cover This book is all about the beautifully detailed illustrations created by Ken Marschall From stateroom to ballroom, galley to boiler room, and from the sport hall to the promenade deck, you are treated to drawings that bring this great ship back to life This book is a must for any Titanic fan as it gives a rare insight into a very short moment in history, and it s all about the pictures. The panels are as captivating as the tragic mystery itself. Grade 1 8Genre Nonfiction informational Unique feature Includes a lot of text, but also very cool and in detail pictures There is a HUGE one with parts cut out so you can see inside the ship. Me and my Titanic books As a child, I used to check out LOTS of Titanic books, but never actually read them, So now, as an adult, I m starting to go through my collection and read them I thought this book was very cute, in the fact that it was a cut away book I thought it was a good was to show children the inside of the Titanic Unfortunately, after spending the past few days reading Titanic books, I have begun to notice all Titanic books for children tend to show the same pictures, I can understand why, but it s still kind of a downer for books about the Titanic. Informational text Inside the Titanic is a wonderful resource for both children and educators It is very detailed and has lots of pages to open and cutaways to show inside the Titanic It is instantly engaging and encourages discussion I have used this in my classroom as a question starter and has led to lots of my students wanting to find out and about the fate of the Titanic This was a WOW book for me when I realized the majority of my class wanted to take it home and I was worried that I may not get it back This was one of the main references my daughter had used for constructing her Titanic model from scratch, 10 years ago Unfortunately, the model was never completed I enjoyed reading through all her Titanic books, after purchasing them for her And now they sit in our Titanic library, until she wants them back or inherits them later. It s a good introduction, gives a little information than some other books on the Titanic, but still not enough It s worth adding to a collection of books if you re studying the ship, but it won t answer a lot of questions about the decks and the inside of the ship. This book is a historical representation of the Titanic through the survivors perspective This book teaches children about the tragic ill fated voyage of the Titanic The story follows people from two different classes The classes are first and third When the Titanic sank, it followed up on the survivors and their families Unfortunately, some family members were lost in the wreckage The bock also goes into later life about the ship wreck and how it looks today Overall, The book provides a good history lesson for third graders. this book is very intersting because I learn someting new and I love the parts when the author explain very clear,because sometimes the author dosen t explain at always clear.This book tell me about how big was the Titanic inside.