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Unsinkable (Titanic, Book 1)

Unsinkable (Titanic, Book 1) Canadian Title

By Gordon Korman   

Scholastic Inc. | ISBN 9780545388481 Ebook
176 Pages | Ages 8 to 12

The ultimate action/adventure trilogy begins, with #1 bestselling author Gordon Korman plunging readers into the heart of the Titanic.

The Titanic is meant to be unsinkable, but as it begins its maiden voyage, there's plenty of danger waiting for four of its young passengers. Paddy is a stowaway, escaping a deadly past. Sophie's mother is delivered to the ship by police - after she and Sophie have been arrested. Juliana's father is an eccentric whose riches can barely hide his madness. And Alfie is hiding a secret that could get him kicked off the ship immediately. The lives of these four passengers will be forever linked with the fate of Titanic. And the farther they get from shore, the more the danger looms. . . .

Raves & reviews:

Praise for Gordon Korman's Titanic series:

"[Korman provides] easily digestible bits of background on the Titanic, from technical details about its size and decor to the hierarchy of passengers and crew. He artfully weaves these facts into the story without sacrificing the elements of a compelling and exciting adventure tale—namely, a good dose of suspense and non-stop action... Though best known and loved for his humorous books, Korman has proven here, as he has with the other adventure series he's penned, that he is far from a one-trick pony." — Quill & Quire

"[Korman] knows how to spin a lively and engaging tale. Hanging it on an already fascinating, albeit tragic, slice of history means it wins on all levels: a thrilling account of a heart-stopping disaster, and a set of fictional characters seamlessly intertwined with real life." — The Montreal Gazette

"Korman manages to tell the story of the Titanic smoothly while also introducing other elements of the early twentieth century...Altogether an enjoyable read that makes this tragic story come alive with personal narratives." — Resource Links

"Highly Recommended" — Canadian Review of Materials

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