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T is for Titanic: A Titanic Alphabet (Sleeping Bear Alphabets) Hardcover – November 1, 2011
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A is for Anatomy of the Titanic (further insight details the size, levels, decks, etc.)
B is for Bridge
C is for Children (further details on first, second and third class passengers.
L is for Lifeboats
M is for Marconi
R is for Rescue (with in depth details of the Carpathia coming to the aid of the Titanic
S is for Captain Smith
....and the facts go on in such a way that the story is really told from beginning to end. Children of all ages will understand the pictures and older children will be intrigued not only by the illustrations, but also by the events of April 14th, 1912 told in a straightforward, informational yet compassionate way. As a lifelong Titanic buff, I was eager to share this book with my children, who also have developed a natural fascination with the story. I highly recommend this book be placed in classroom libraries for group discussions.