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Remembering the Titanic : A Booklist for Teens

Titanic
Titanic Voices From the Disaster By Hopkinson, Deborah (Book - 2012 )
Distant Waves
Distant Waves A Novel of the Titanic By Weyn, Suzanne (Book - 2009 ) FIC W and more… Available to borrow in some locations
The Last Days of the Titanic
The Last Days of the Titanic Photographs and Mementos of the Tragic Maiden Voyage By O'Donnell, Edward Eugene (Book - 1997 ) 910.9163 O and more… Available to borrow in some locations
Return to Titanic
Return to Titanic A New Look at the World's Most Famous Lost Ship By Ballard, Robert D. (Book - 2004 ) 910.9163 B and more… Available to borrow in some locations
Titanic
Titanic The Last Great Images By Ballard, Robert D. (Unknown - 2008 ) 910.452 B and more… Available to borrow in some locations
Gilded Lives, Fatal Voyage
Gilded Lives, Fatal Voyage The Titanic's First-class Passengers and Their World By Brewster, Hugh (Book - 2012 ) 910.9163 B and more… Available to borrow in some locations
Wreck and Sinking of the Titanic
Wreck and Sinking of the Titanic The Ocean's Greatest Disaster : A Graphic and Thrilling Account of the Sinking of the Greatest Floating Palace Ever Built, Carrying Down to Watery Graves More Than 1500 Souls : Giving Exciting Escapes From Death and Acts of Heroism Not Equalled in Ancient or Modern Times (Book - 2012 ) 910.9163 E and more… Available to borrow in some locations
Lost Voices From the Titanic
Lost Voices From the Titanic The Definitive Oral History By Barratt, Nick (Book - 2010 ) 910.9163 B and more… Available to borrow in some locations

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In the late hours of April 14th, 1912 and the early morning hours of April 15th, about 85 years before a dying Leo DiCaprio urged a freezing Kate Winslet to live, the RMS Titanic struck an iceberg and sunk into the icy waters of the North Atlantic. In a matter of hours this “unsinkable” ship was on the bottom of the ocean and only 712 out of its 2,208 passengers would survive. Since the news of the sinking first got out up to the present day, as we commemorate the 100th anniversary of the tragedy, there have been hundreds of stories about those who died, those who survived and what really happened on board that ship — real and imagined.


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