"Denenberg brings the story of the Titanic to life in a way that is both informative and accessible."
(School Library Journal, starred review)
"This gripping recounting of the Titanic’s doomed maiden voyage...[is] a polished and engaging account of one of the 20th century’s most infamous disasters."
(Publishers Weekly, starred review)
"The text is lively, compelling and convincing . . . This is history at its best, an original and appealing way to mark the centennial of this familiar disaster."
(Kirkus, starred review)
"Rousing and plenty eerie. The larger-than-usual format allows for readers to be awed by the same thing that awed onlookers in 1912: the gigantic size of everything."
(Booklist, starred review)
About the Author
Barry Denenberg lives in Bedford, New York.