If You Sailed on the Titanic (Hardcover)
What if you lived in a different time and place? What would you wear? What would you eat? How would your daily life be different?
Scholastic's If You Lived... series answers all of kids' most important questions about events in American history. With a question and answer format, kid-friendly artwork, and engaging information, this series is the perfect partner for the classroom and for history-loving readers.
What if you sailed on the Titanic? What would you have eaten? Where would you have slept? Would you have gone down with the ship?
Denise Lewis Patrick answers all these questions and more in this comprehensive guide to the sinking of the Titanic. A great choice for American history units, and for teaching children about this iconic moment in history.
Winona Nelson is a member of the Leech Lake Band of Minnesota Chippewa. She was born in 1983, grew up in Duluth, Minnesota, and studied art at the Safehouse Atelier in San Francisco. She now lives in Philadelphia and loves to travel the world.
Praise for If You Sailed on the Titanic:
"Appealing...An attractive, informative book on a perennially popular topic."--Booklist
Praise for If You Lived During the Civil War:
"Younger readers...will be well served."--Kirkus
Praise for If You Traveled on the Underground Railroad:
"Wilkins highlights the heroic achievements of conductors of African descent . . . A fiery and inspiring look at a pivotal period in U.S. history."--Kirkus
Praise for If You Lived During the Plimoth Thanksgiving;
School Library Journal Best Book of the Year
"A welcome addition to the picture book history collection. ...The text does a remarkable job of giving larger context to the complexity of Indigenous life prior to colonization...This essential book should replace many established titles on the shelf." --School Library Journal, starred review
"A measured corrective to pervasive myths about what is often referred to as the 'first Thanksgiving.' ...The lens Newell offers is a Native one, describing how the Wampanoag and other Native peoples received the English rather than the other way around... Essential." --Kirkus Reviews, starred review