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MPL: Titanic (sank April 15, 1812)

On April 10th 1912, the Titanic with 2,200 passengers and crew sailed from Southampton, England to New York City. On April 15, the Titanic collided with an iceberg and sank. 1500 people died and 700 survived.

23 items

Distant waves

Suzanne Weyn. |

White Star

Marty Crisp. |

Titanicat

Marty Crisp ; illustrated by Robert Papp. |

Collision course

Gordon Korman. -- |

Unsinkable

Gordon Korman. -- |

That fatal night

by Sarah Ellis. -- |

I survived the sinking of the Titanic, 1912

by Lauren Tarshis ; illustrated by Scott Dawson. -- |

Terror on the Titanic

by Jim Wallace ; illustrated by Sittisan Sundaravej. -- |

Deadly voyage

by Hugh Brewster. -- |

882 1/2 amazing answers to your questions about the Titanic

by Hugh Brewster and Laurie Coulter ; text research by Greg Curtis ; historical consultation by Don Lynch ; paintings by Ken Marschall. -- |

The Titanic

by Sue Vander Hook. -- |

The Titanic

by Bob Temple ; Karen Kamuda, consultant. |

Titanic

Martin Jenkins, Brian Sanders. -- |

Story of the Titanic

illustration, Steve Noon ; consultant, Eric Kentley ; [editor, Matilda Gollon]. -- |

SOS! Titanic!

Frieda Wishinsky ; illustrated by Jean-Paul Eid. -- |

The Titanic, lost-- and found

by Judy Donnelly ; illustrated by Keith Kohler. |

The sinking of the Titanic

by Matt Doeden ; illustrated by Charles Barnett III and Phil Miller. |

Titanic

Alan Hustak. |

Titanic

by John Malam ; consultant, Angus Konstam. |

Titanic

by Will Osborne and Mary Pope Osborne ; illustrated by Sal Murdocca. |

Titanic

written by Simon Adams. -- |

Titanic

written by Mark Dubowski. -- |