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I Survived the Sinking of the Titanic, 1912 Hardcover – June 1, 2010
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(Written by a 4th grade boy in Mrs. Marta's class.)
My 9 year old son is not taking to reading like I hoped he would and this series of books in the 4.0 AR zone area have been the only ones that he really loves to read with a passion. The author obviously know how to get boys attention and hold it...action, action, action, with characters boys can easily relate to.
My son really cares about the 'George' and it brings the Titanic tragedy to life for him.
I hope the author keeps writing and if she needs any ideas, I have many and would be glad to help keep this series alive, because this is a wonderful thing for boys to have. If she doesn't keep writing, I may start because this format/subject/writing style, strikes the perfect chords for my son to get on the reading train. Thank you.
Since my son had recently shown interest in the Titanic after watching a documentary, I bought this book used off Amazon just to see if it would spark his interest. It arrived in the mail and he was happy when I told him the package was for him. He opened it and was curious. He actually read a page.
Now, I'll be honest. The book sat for months untouched. Then one day he decided to look at it again, all on his own. He read a few more pages. Next thing we knew he was refusing to turn off his light and go to sleep because he was reading. He was ignoring my requests for him to put away his laundry because he was reading. He wouldn't stop and eat breakfast because he was reading. HE WAS READING! It worked!!!
I'm very grateful to the person who first told me to try this series. It grab's a child's interest and holds on so they keep turning those pages. If you are in the same boat that we just got out of with a boy who won't read, consider trying this book!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
the book is very good but through out the book there has only been boys ! I'ts not that bad, but i,m a girl and i'd like a break. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Luke Welch
What the world needs now is more children who want to learn about the past. Take the first step in introducing your child to historical events by buying things book.Published 1 month ago by Jenn Pineo
My eight year old grandson has read other,"I survived" books. This one is fueling his desire to learn more about the Titanic. I love watching him learnPublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Great story. Felt like I was watching the movie "Titanic" all over again. Written for young readers - I did not realize this until I was halfway through. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Cotton Top