National Geographic Readers: Titanic Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-04-20 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 182 user ratings

" A bit dry at times, but written so that young readers can understand complex concepts, such as the ship not having enough lifeboats and why that was a problem. " said.

" My students' choice for a favorite Titanic book!! " said.

" A very simple and easy read to help kids understand the Titanic. " said.

" Great introduction to the Titanic for kids. Answers all of the basic questions and includes many famous photos. There's a section about select survivors and a list of reasons other than the iceberg that contributed to the epic disaster. Some of the coloring on the photos is a little strange, but overall a solid book that discusses an important hitorical event in a way kids can understand. " said.

" This is a good resource for kids who are interested in all things Titanic. It's well organised and doesn't have overwhelming amounts of text on each page. It doesn't talk down to its audience either. It is respectful of the tragedy and includes prompts for kids to think for themselves about issues raised. " said.

" Melissa Stewart did a nice job of telling interesting facts about the Titanic in a memorable and clear way for early readers. The photographs and illustrations were very detailed and complemented the text well. The Titanic’s disastrous ending has captivated the attention of the world since that tragic day and this is a good way to introduce elementary age students to this event in history. " said.

" A great non fiction read about Titanic that utilizes a variety of text features which we have learned this past year. I really liked the photographs and the illustrations, but I especially liked the Weird but True bubbles. A great read for all of you Titanic fans and those of you looking for some variety in your reading diet with some non fiction. " said.

"What the Five-Year-Old Thought: "It's great. It's a very very great book. The Titanic sunk because of a glacier, some kind of ice. This book is full of information about the Titanic. The Titanic has red and blue stripes."

What Mommyo Thought: "The Five-Year-Old loved it. I found it vaguely terrifying because the descriptions of the things the passengers did to amuse themselves on the Titanic before the ship hits the icebergs were so similar to the sorts of things my husband and I did on our cruise all these years later. I can't believe I read this to my daughter before she went to bed and she didn't have a single nightmare. Good to be a kid, I guess."
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