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鐵達尼驚魂記 PDF, ePub eBook Jack and Annie are in for an exciting, scary, and sad adventure when the Magic Tree House whisks them back to the decks of the "Titanic." Is there anything they can do to help the ill-fated ship? Will they be able to save anyone? Will they be able to save themselves?

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  1. 4 out of 5

    Rick Silva

    The Kiddo (age 6) brought this home from his school library and I read it out loud to him. He has an interest in the story of the Titanic. This was my first introduction to Mary Pope Osbourne's Magic Tree House series, and I have to say I was impressed. The main characters, Jack and Annie (ages 8 and 7) are "Master Librarians" for a magical treehouse library run by Morgan Le Fey (No, really.). The books in the treehouse allow the kids to travel through time with a few basic anti-paradox rules in The Kiddo (age 6) brought this home from his school library and I read it out loud to him. He has an interest in the story of the Titanic. This was my first introduction to Mary Pope Osbourne's Magic Tree House series, and I have to say I was impressed. The main characters, Jack and Annie (ages 8 and 7) are "Master Librarians" for a magical treehouse library run by Morgan Le Fey (No, really.). The books in the treehouse allow the kids to travel through time with a few basic anti-paradox rules in place. No bringing anyone back with them, and no changing history. The structure of the series has the kids going on quests that span several books. This volume was the start of one such quest. When Jack and Annie find a puppy (who they name Teddy) in the treehouse, they also find a message from Morgan Le Fey informing them that the puppy is under a spell and several items are needed to break the enchantment. First on the list: A gift from a ship lost a sea. One trip through the space-time continuum later, and Jack and Annie find themselves aboard a luxurious ocean liner. The bad news, of course, is that it's the Titanic. Once things get going, this book is non-stop fun. Osborne manages to keep the level of excitement and imperilment high without even needing a villain. Just a whole lot of mayhem as the minutes tick away and the kids try to find some way to help, even if they can't prevent the inevitable sinking of the ship. In an introductory message to the readers, Osborne discusses her decision to set a story aboard the Titanic. It was frequently requested by readers, but she was at first reluctant because it was such a tragic story. In the end, she crafted a story that was exciting, but didn't shy away from the sadness of the event. I'm looking forward to my son bringing home more books in this series.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Yolanda Smith

    Today is a turning point for my four-year-old, as she sat through the reading of an “entire” chapter book. The chapter endings held enough tension to keep her asking for more. Now she wants to explore all the Magic Tree House books. Hooray!❤ Today is a turning point for my four-year-old, as she sat through the reading of an “entire” chapter book. The chapter endings held enough tension to keep her asking for more. Now she wants to explore all the Magic Tree House books. Hooray!❤️

  3. 5 out of 5

    Maha and Kelsie

    I love this book! My favorite character is the puppy who saves the day when the ship sinks! By: Kelsie age 10

  4. 5 out of 5

    Carina

    AHHHHHHHH ENJOYING THE REREADS SOOOOO MUCH!!!!!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Evie Sweet

    It was so sad. Not everyone made if off the boat. I can't believe not everyone did. How sad.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Alex

    I can't believe how much my reading skills have gotten better as I grew older. When I read it back in grade 2, I thought it was one of the most complex books I ever read! Loved it then, love it now for all the nostalgia. Also, there's a magic tree house musical??? Why didn't I know about this? Imagine my surprise when I flip to the last page and see that there's a CD available to buy. Huh.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Jenifer Jacobs

    Favorite magic treehouse so far!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Kelly

    I’d heard of this series before but didn’t know anything about it. My son has been borrowing them from school and enjoying them, though. We attended a reading event at his school recently and he brought home a stack of Magic Tree House books. We ended up with duplicates of the Titanic volume (I’d grabbed one at a used book sale last year), so I decided to read along with him. I started last night after he’d gone to bed, so this morning I mentioned that I was going to read the book along with him I’d heard of this series before but didn’t know anything about it. My son has been borrowing them from school and enjoying them, though. We attended a reading event at his school recently and he brought home a stack of Magic Tree House books. We ended up with duplicates of the Titanic volume (I’d grabbed one at a used book sale last year), so I decided to read along with him. I started last night after he’d gone to bed, so this morning I mentioned that I was going to read the book along with him. His face lit up! He was so excited to discuss, asking me how far I’d gotten and reciting facts about the Titanic. I’ve dreamed of the day I could read a novel and discuss it with my sons, and that day is finally here. It’s a very easy read, obviously, but it’s a good place to start. I’m not great at estimating these yet, but the reading level is probably first grade (he’s in first grade but reads at a third grade level, so this is not very challenging for him). It’s a good glimpse into a different time period: period garb and activities are glimpsed, and I anticipate him wanted to do further reading on some of the topics and historical events in the books. The plot moves quickly while still managing to touch on class and privilege and earlier forms of communication. I was very impressed with the author’s ability to cram so much into such a short word count while still keeping the vocabulary level-appropriate and the plot gripping. I plan to borrow a few of his other books and read then while he’s sleeping so we can discuss those, too.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Jaymee Sigafose

    Tonight on the Titanic is part of a series written by Mary Pope Osborne. This particular one in the series is about Jack and Annie taking a trip in the past to board the Titanic. Little did they know, they were boarding the boat on it's final night. Throughout the course of the book we are told various facts about that fateful night, while following Jack and Annie as they set out on a mission to help save their dog. Overall, I enjoyed this book and I know I enjoyed others in this series as a chi Tonight on the Titanic is part of a series written by Mary Pope Osborne. This particular one in the series is about Jack and Annie taking a trip in the past to board the Titanic. Little did they know, they were boarding the boat on it's final night. Throughout the course of the book we are told various facts about that fateful night, while following Jack and Annie as they set out on a mission to help save their dog. Overall, I enjoyed this book and I know I enjoyed others in this series as a child. Learning about the past while there is another plot to follow is always something that has kept me entertained and I believe would keep my students entertained as well. I would suggest this book to any readers in the grades 3rd-5th. I might suggest keeping it closer to the 3rd range, just because they are quick reads and easy to follow for beginning chapter book readers. I also would place this as a fantasy due to the fact that they have a magic tree house they travel time in. The main way I would use this book in my classroom is to form reading groups and to get students started on chapter books. I think that these would be fun for book clubs / reading groups because as students read they might assume something is going to happen next that is different from another student in the group- thus making lively conversation, which is always a main goal for these groups. I also would recommend them to students who I feel are ready to start chapter books because they are easy to read and would help boost confidence in reading. I also have thought about if students were on the fence about their love for reading that these books would be good to start them on because they are interesting and inviting, but also because of these books being a series it would be good for students to fall in love with one and ensure that they can't wait to read the next. By getting them hooked on a series, you are also slyly getting them hooked on reading. I considered this book a WOW book for me because of how engaged it made me feel. The descriptions used and details made me feel as though I was right alongside Jack and Annie on the Titanic, running around with them and trying to get all they needed to do done in the time they had. I also found this as a WOW book due to how easy it would be for my students in the future to read these books and help have them fall in love with reading. I appreciate the easy to read style, but the detail and language used at the same time.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Laura McLoughlin

    This one and the one set in Pompeii right before Vesuvius erupts are a bit harder to get through than the other Magic Tree House books and depending on how well you and your kid deal with tragedies you may want to skip this book. All that being said, the sinking is handled well and isn't sensationalized but still might be traumatic for younger kids.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Ruth

    I've always been very interested in the tragic story of the Titanic and this book is a good kid's introduction to the history of it.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jayda Safford

    This was sad and made me cry. [Gramma says it was about something sad, and we studied more about when the Titanic sank.]

  13. 5 out of 5

    Jaclyn Giordano

    Tonight on the Titanic by Mary Pope Osborne is Book #17 in the Magic Tree House series featuring brother and sister Jack and Annie. This chapter book is intended for readers in grades one through three. I gave it four stars. This chapter book is a book of historical fiction, factually recounting the night that the Titanic sank as Annie and Jack try to learn the truth behind this sad event. The Magic Tree House has brought Jack and Annie into the pages of a Titanic book, putting them onto the il Tonight on the Titanic by Mary Pope Osborne is Book #17 in the Magic Tree House series featuring brother and sister Jack and Annie. This chapter book is intended for readers in grades one through three. I gave it four stars. This chapter book is a book of historical fiction, factually recounting the night that the Titanic sank as Annie and Jack try to learn the truth behind this sad event. The Magic Tree House has brought Jack and Annie into the pages of a Titanic book, putting them onto the ill-fated ship. Factual details about the Titanic educate the reader as Jack and Annie’s emotional response to this tragic event allows the reader to emotionally empathize with all that were on the Titanic. A note from the author, Mary Pope Osborne, explains that she responded to the numerous amount of reader’s requests asking that she write a book about Jack and Annie traveling to the Titanic. This shows the reader the amount of respect and admiration Osborne has for her young readers and the sensitivity she has in writing about this tragic event. Additional facts about the Titanic at the end of the book engage the reader even more and encourage them to go out and read more books about this real event. A mixture of both factual details and emotional narrative events pulls the reader in and shows the reader that the pages of a book can take you anywhere and everywhere. Readers can get an idea of how people may have felt on the Titanic and the description of both the ship’s setting and emotional characters makes them feel like they are there with Jack and Annie. Tonight on the Titanic grabs readers in and makes them want travel on more Magic Tree House adventures!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Alicia Ard

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. "Tonight on the Titanic" is one of the books in the Magic Tree House series. At the beginning of the series, siblings Jack and Annie discover a magic tree house in their backyard. The tree house contains books that, when opened, can take Jack and Annie into another place in time and send them on an adventure. As predicted by the title, this story takes Jack and Annie back to the Titanic the night it sank. The siblings' mission is to find a gift for their new dog, Teddy, in order to break the spe "Tonight on the Titanic" is one of the books in the Magic Tree House series. At the beginning of the series, siblings Jack and Annie discover a magic tree house in their backyard. The tree house contains books that, when opened, can take Jack and Annie into another place in time and send them on an adventure. As predicted by the title, this story takes Jack and Annie back to the Titanic the night it sank. The siblings' mission is to find a gift for their new dog, Teddy, in order to break the spell he is under. During their quest to find a gift, Jack and Annie help warn people of the collision that is causing the ship to sink quickly. The pair run into another couple of siblings and get them safely into a lifeboat. The siblings give Jack and Annie a pocket watch in exchange for their help. This is Teddy's gift. Upon returning to the magic tree house, Jack and Annie are visibly shaken, but safe. What really touched me about this story was the author's thought process behind writing this story. In the foreword, Mary Pope Osborne says, "At first, I thought the story was too sad... Now I am glad I did... I learned a lot about human courage and dignity in the face of disaster." I really like the gentle way she introduced this disaster in a way that is both friendly and informational for young readers. Osborne depicted key events from the night the Titanic sank at just the right level of understanding. I recommend this book for readers as young as second or third grade. It's very informational and adventurous.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I have been reading "The Magic Tree House" series to Hannah over the past month or so. We really like these books, but to review them all would be redundant. There are all about a 4 star in my opinion, to Hannah they are all 5 stars. I felt I need to review this book. This was a very hard book for me to read, especially to Hannah. Having watched the movie, I could see the scenes play out in my mind while reading. I don't know if I'm over emotional or not, but it was hard to read without crying. I have been reading "The Magic Tree House" series to Hannah over the past month or so. We really like these books, but to review them all would be redundant. There are all about a 4 star in my opinion, to Hannah they are all 5 stars. I felt I need to review this book. This was a very hard book for me to read, especially to Hannah. Having watched the movie, I could see the scenes play out in my mind while reading. I don't know if I'm over emotional or not, but it was hard to read without crying. I am glad that the author wrote a note in the front saying how she came to write the story and that it was based on many, many readers suggestions. She wrote, "During the past year, many of my readers have requested that Jack and Annie visit the Titanic. At first, I thought the story was too sad. However, as more and more requests came in, I began to think about it, for I take the suggestions of kids very seriously. So I tried to think of a way that Jack and Annie might actually be helpful in the midst of such a tragedy." Jack and Annie did help during the story, and at the end when they returned home, both Jack and Annie cried. Hannah asked why they were crying, so I guess she didn't understand the depth of the tragedy. I'm really glad she didn't. I didn't think the story would go through the sinking of the Titanic... had I known, I would have skipped this book.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Nathan Kaczmarek

    The magic tree house book, Tonight on the Titanic was a decent book. It was interesting, with some adventure, and was educational all at the same time. It took place on the Titanic the day it sank. The date of April 14, 1912. The characters Jack and Annie get taken to the Titanic in there magic tree house. They were sent there to get a gift to free a dog from a spell. In order to find out if they save anyone, themselves, or get a gift to free the dog, you will have to read. I liked how the author The magic tree house book, Tonight on the Titanic was a decent book. It was interesting, with some adventure, and was educational all at the same time. It took place on the Titanic the day it sank. The date of April 14, 1912. The characters Jack and Annie get taken to the Titanic in there magic tree house. They were sent there to get a gift to free a dog from a spell. In order to find out if they save anyone, themselves, or get a gift to free the dog, you will have to read. I liked how the author, Mary Pope Osborne, included me in the book, I could see the water flooding the Titanic, I could feel as if I were on the deck, struggling to hold on to the sinking ship. Also, I liked how at the same time of adventure, there was education included. It made me feel excited, just learning more about the Titanic, such as it sinking at 2:20, I learned that when I read it. One thing I didn't like about it was how easy it was for me to read. I think that next time I'll choose a book with a higher lexile. I would suggest this book to anyone looking for education and at the same time looking for adventure. Also I would suggest it to anyone that's below fourth or third grade.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Jeff

    This installment of the Magic Tree House Series was a bit heavy to say the least. Dealing with Titanic's very modern tragedy felt more real and harsh than any of the previous books. The only book in the series that I have to compare it to is Vacation Under the Volcano, where Jack and Annie visit Pompeii just before it is buried in volcanic ash. While also a massive tragedy, the Titanic is far closer to us in time and therefore has more of a emotional pull in our collective conscious as adults. I This installment of the Magic Tree House Series was a bit heavy to say the least. Dealing with Titanic's very modern tragedy felt more real and harsh than any of the previous books. The only book in the series that I have to compare it to is Vacation Under the Volcano, where Jack and Annie visit Pompeii just before it is buried in volcanic ash. While also a massive tragedy, the Titanic is far closer to us in time and therefore has more of a emotional pull in our collective conscious as adults. I am reading the books in the Magic Tree House series aloud with my 4 year-old and that was probably a bad decision with this one. [Author: Mary Pope Osborne] does deal delicately with loss of life and we don't see anyone drown, but I definitely recommend that this book be read with discretion with kids.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Alex Aderholt

    Tonight on the Titanic is an interesting and historical book for young elementary age children. The main characters are also elementary age. The age of the characters make them more relatable to young students. They have a magic tree house that they can look at a book and transport to that location. It is calming to know that the characters can leave the location as quickly. The historical value is the true and tragic event of the sinking of the Titanic. Enough drama occurs to keep the readers i Tonight on the Titanic is an interesting and historical book for young elementary age children. The main characters are also elementary age. The age of the characters make them more relatable to young students. They have a magic tree house that they can look at a book and transport to that location. It is calming to know that the characters can leave the location as quickly. The historical value is the true and tragic event of the sinking of the Titanic. Enough drama occurs to keep the readers interested. The book also teaches values. When the characters realized they were on the Titanic, they went to third class to warn passengers to get off the ship. The book can be used to teach a unit on Titanic, morse code, and ship and lifeboat safety rules.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Julesmarie

    I had the hardest time not laughing the whole way through this one. A character named Jack on the Titanic... a girl getting onto and then off of a lifeboat so she can stay with Jack... being given a gift out of the pocket of an overcoat... It's a good thing that it's likely none of my students will have seen James Cameron's movie Titanic, otherwise I'm sure they'd get as little out of this as I did. Interesting story still, and as historically accurate as the rest of the series. I also like the ne I had the hardest time not laughing the whole way through this one. A character named Jack on the Titanic... a girl getting onto and then off of a lifeboat so she can stay with Jack... being given a gift out of the pocket of an overcoat... It's a good thing that it's likely none of my students will have seen James Cameron's movie Titanic, otherwise I'm sure they'd get as little out of this as I did. Interesting story still, and as historically accurate as the rest of the series. I also like the new 4-book story arc set up in this one of freeing the little dog Teddy from his enchantment.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Norberto Leyva

    “Tonight on the Titanic” is about Jack and Annie who go through a scary, exciting, and sad adventure. They go back in time to the Titanic to break a spell on the dog named Teddy. In order to break the spell they have to find the special gift, which was a watch. I recommend this book to anyone who would like to learn more about the Titanic and likes books in a series about adventure.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Cass

    The Magic Tree House whisks Jack and Annie away to the decks of that ill-fated ship, the Titanic. There they must help two children find their way to a lifeboat--all while they are in danger of becoming victims of that tragic night themselves.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Kobie Holsted

    it is a good book.it is descriptive and makes a movie in your mined.if you are reading this get natalie akin as your freind.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Eliexee

    This book was great, one of my faves. I loved how she took stuff from history, and made it interesting in Jack and Annie's adventures!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Magnus

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I liked it, we liked it. The finale is very dramatic though, but then the book is about the Titanic...

  25. 4 out of 5

    Jarvis "Mclovin"

    whats up with the kids glasses?

  26. 5 out of 5

    Nolan

    awesome, and you can learn about the titanic and everyone that was on it.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Amelia

    Jack wakes to the pitter patter of the rain and a brand new adventure with Annie. When Jack and Annie get to the Magic Tree House, a surprise is awaiting them. A dog! A dog is sitting alone in the tree house. At first, they aren't sure why a dog is in the treehouse, but then Jack finds a piece of paper left on the floor by Morgan, a librarian from the time of King Arthur in Camelot. The note told them that the puppy, Teddy, was under a spell and that to release him from his curse, they needed to Jack wakes to the pitter patter of the rain and a brand new adventure with Annie. When Jack and Annie get to the Magic Tree House, a surprise is awaiting them. A dog! A dog is sitting alone in the tree house. At first, they aren't sure why a dog is in the treehouse, but then Jack finds a piece of paper left on the floor by Morgan, a librarian from the time of King Arthur in Camelot. The note told them that the puppy, Teddy, was under a spell and that to release him from his curse, they needed to get four special gifts. The first happened to involve a ship lost a sea. This would be the Titanic, the mysterious unsinkable ship that hit an iceberg and sank into the depths of the ocean. Jack and Annie must find a way to help someone so they can be given a special gift that might help free Teddy. Then they must find a way to survive on a sinking ship. Honestly, this book just as good as when I read it as a child. It holds a special place in my heart because I loved learning about the Titanic as a kid. It didn't matter what state we were in if there was a Titanic museum my brother and I wanted to go see it. It probably helped that my brother's special interest at the time was the Titanic. I think this really set me up for my love of learning about the Tragedy of the Titanic. So, naturally, this was one of the two Magic Tree House books I remembered by heart. I love this. I love Jack and Annie save a young boy and girl. I also love that there is a cute puppy, and in my childhood understanding, they save the puppy, even though the puppy saves them I love that this book is simple, yet fun. I also love that she trusts that kids can know what she means when she mentions a topic without having to use overly simplistic language. I also love the pictures they seem so real. I could use this book with struggling readers to help them want to get into reading. I could also use this book to teach about the Titanic. I can take my students on a field trip to a Titanic museum if, I live close enough to one, and have them follow the story of the Titanic. We can walk through the grand staircase, and see what the first class guest ate, we can touch a block of ice that feels like the ice burg that the Titanic hit, we walk out onto a deck and feel the cold night air, we can see a list of all the survivors and all those who perished that fateful night, and we can listen to Nearer, My God to Thee played. We can learn all about the Titanic in a fascinating way. I can also have my students create their boats then try to see they will float or sink. I can have my students write a letter to the survivors asking them whatever they want. They can question such, what was it like trying to get on the lifeboats, what did you feel when you found out the ship was going to sink, or were you scared?

  28. 5 out of 5

    Emily

    In this book eight year old Jack and seven year old Annie found a magic treehouse. They soon found out that the magic treehouse belonged to Morgan Le Fay. They also became Master Librarians and started saving books lost in history. In this adventure when they got to the treehouse instead of finding Morgan they found a dog and a letter Morgan left for then. The letter said a little dog is under a spell to free him be given four gifts from different adventures. The little dog pushed a book with li In this book eight year old Jack and seven year old Annie found a magic treehouse. They soon found out that the magic treehouse belonged to Morgan Le Fay. They also became Master Librarians and started saving books lost in history. In this adventure when they got to the treehouse instead of finding Morgan they found a dog and a letter Morgan left for then. The letter said a little dog is under a spell to free him be given four gifts from different adventures. The little dog pushed a book with little nose. We are going on a trip to the Unsinkable Ship said Jack. They granted a wish and they were there! They then of course they climbed out of the treehouse and figured out that the unsinkable ship hit an iceberg and actually sinked. They had to get a gift from the Titanic so they decided to help. They quickly climbed into the Titanic and told everybody the Titanic was going to sink. However nobody believed what they said they all thought it was the Unsinkable Ship. Finally they found someone called Lucy and someone called William. They believed Jack and Annie that the ship was going to sink. Soon Lucy and William got onto the life boat, and they actually gave them a gift for helping them get on to the life boat. It was gift from the Titanic. Suddenly they looked for the magic treehouse that took them home it was nowhere in sight. Then they remembered that they the little dog on their trip to the Titanic he was also missing! Could Jack and Annie find the little puppy then safely find the treehouse and go home, or will they end up sinking in the Titanic? Find out in magic treehouse number seventeen!!!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Tyler

    When looking back at Tonight on the Titanic, it completely slipped my mind that Osborne was initially reluctant to explore the Titanic disaster in her series. That is until fan demand made her change her mind, and she was glad that she did. Osborne doesn't forget why she made the book when writing her story, making tragedy the underlying theme. (view spoiler)[It was the first book in which Jack and Annie try to break the spell Teddy's under, attempting to save as many people as they can while th When looking back at Tonight on the Titanic, it completely slipped my mind that Osborne was initially reluctant to explore the Titanic disaster in her series. That is until fan demand made her change her mind, and she was glad that she did. Osborne doesn't forget why she made the book when writing her story, making tragedy the underlying theme. (view spoiler)[It was the first book in which Jack and Annie try to break the spell Teddy's under, attempting to save as many people as they can while they try to receive a gift from a ship lost at sea. While they do eventually save a couple people, they find that most of the passengers are too optimistic to be saved. And while they succeed in what they went there for, they are saddened at the fact that they couldn't save everyone, even though they already knew they largely couldn't do much. That's when they realize the book's message: that there's nothing we can do to stop tragic events. But that doesn't stop us from trying to imagine that things turned out differently than they did. Osborne must have ultimately decided to write the story once she saw it that way, and she did a great job at making it clear. (hide spoiler)] For more children’s book reviews and other content, including my own work, check out the blog of an aspiring children’s book author at the Naimoli Children’s Books Blog!

  30. 4 out of 5

    Leighton

    Tonight on the Titanic is historical fiction. I would use this book in third or fourth grade. This book had Jack and Annie (the main characters) go to the Titanic and help a young girl and boy around their age to escape on a life boat before the Titanic sank. In return for their generosity, the young girl gave Jack and Annie a pocket watch. Once the young girl and boy leave, Jack and Annie quickly return back home right before the Titanic sinks. I would use this book in my classroom by having my Tonight on the Titanic is historical fiction. I would use this book in third or fourth grade. This book had Jack and Annie (the main characters) go to the Titanic and help a young girl and boy around their age to escape on a life boat before the Titanic sank. In return for their generosity, the young girl gave Jack and Annie a pocket watch. Once the young girl and boy leave, Jack and Annie quickly return back home right before the Titanic sinks. I would use this book in my classroom by having my students write an alternate ending (maybe something like if Jack and Annie were trapped on the ship). I would also use the book to have my students research the titanic and write a biography on someone that lived during the catastrophe and their experiences. The last thing I would like my students to possibly do is write a letter to someone that would have escaped the sunken ship asking them anything they want and what they learned about in class and after they did their own research. This book was a WOW book for me because I have always loved The Magic Treehouse books. The Magic Treehouse books have always been an easy escape for me. This was also a WOW book for me because I love learning anything about the Titanic. I thought it was fun to read the little blurbs about the Titanic that Jack had to read for clues.

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