Titanic: Lost and Saved

Author(s): Brian Moses


First-hand accounts alongside a wealth of original documents, photographs and letters, this title tells the story of the Titanic, from descriptions of the passengers and the ship inside and out to why the Titanic was considered 'unsinkable' and the dangers of floating ice. Stories of heroism on board, stories from the lifeboats and theories for raising the Titanic are included. The book concludes by considering lessons that were learnt from this disaster.


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Photographs and drawings are well-chosen and evocative... recommended. -- School Librarian 20120501 I thoroughly recommend this book for the clear account of the tragedy, the way the pages are laid out, the quality of the photos and for the accounts of the survivors. -- Carousel 20120701

Brian Moses is a poet and author of books for children. Formerly a teacher himself, he also writes resource books for teachers. When not writing at home, he travels to schools, libraries, bookshops and festivals throughout the country where he runs writing workshops and performs his poetry. He lives in Sussex with his wife and two daughters.

Ship of Dreams Building the Titanic Belfast Launch Day: 31 May 1911 First Class Accommodation Second and Third-class Accommodation Officers and Crew Members Setting sail - 10 April 1912 The First Few Days The Rich and Famous Icebergs Ahead The Wireless Room Surely this Ship Can't Sink? Women and Children First The Sinking Ship Heroism The Final Moments In the Lifeboats Rescue Arrival in New York The Inquiry Discovering the Titanic Glossary On the Trail of the Titanic

General Fields

  • : 9780750271103
  • : Hachette Children's Books
  • : Wayland (Publishers) Ltd
  • : August 2012
  • : 285mm X 216mm
  • : United Kingdom
  • : January 2013
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Brian Moses
  • : Paperback
  • : 910.91634
  • : 48
  • : Illustrations (some col.), col. map