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These adventures abound with historical facts as readers decide which way the story will progress. In Pirates , options include joining the dreaded Blackbeard or being marooned on a desert island. In Titanic , however, no matter which route is chosen, the ship still sinks, though in some cases "you" are saved, whereas in others, you die. The language used throughout each book will be clear to readers as young as third grade, but even sixth graders will be taken in by the interactive format. Pirates is peppered with myriad color drawings; Titanic displays mostly period photographs. In both texts, a final chapter, outside the interactive section, offers further historical details.
—Anne Chapman CallaghanCopyright 2006 Reed Business Information.
Posted March 17, 2010
i loove books like these, i wish people would make more books like these, these kinds of books make me more interested in reading. I would buy all the books in the world if they had more books like these. This book makes you feel like you are really experience the Titanic which is cool if you love learning about History like i do i would reccommend you to read this book.
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Posted January 14, 2009
Of course everybody has read or saw the titanic. But This book goes inside and out through the titanic. Bob Temple and karen kamuda really made it feel if you were on the titanic when the accident happpend and after it was under water you felt like a marine under water almost like an outsider looking in. Overall I really liked this book and encourage you to read it for a little bit of everything.
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