The Titanic Notebook by Claire Hancock
The Story of the World's Most Famous Ship

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In The Titanic Notebook, spectacular paper engineering brings to life the glory and the folly of one of the most iconic ships in maritime history. From flaps and fold outs to intricate 3-D cutaway models, readers can touch a lost world and explore for themselves the innermost workings of this great ship.

Mingle with the 3,500 passengers and crew. Share the luxury of life aboard. Relive the moment as disaster strikes. Witness the extraordinary rediscovery.

Complete with a 27-inch-long Titanic model to assemble, The Titanic Notebook's fact-packed pages and imaginative paper engineering are a unique record of her story, from the fanfare of her launch to her final resting place.


About Claire Hancock

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Claire Hancock currently resides in the United Kingdom.
Published January 1, 2012 by Pgw. 8 pages
Genres: History, Children's Books.

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