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The Titanic: An Interactive History Adventure

The Titanic: An Interactive History Adventure

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The Titanic: An Interactive History Adventure

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110 pages
37 minutes
Aug 1, 2016


YOU are aboard the Titanic, the world’s largest ocean liner. The ship is sinking, and the ocean water is freezing. Will you survive? In this interactive nonfiction adventure, only YOU can CHOOSE which path to take through history, the choices you make could lead to survival or death! With full-color illustrations, action-packed text, and more than 15 endings, this YOU CHOOSE book is a truly dynamic reading experience!
Aug 1, 2016

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The Titanic - Bob Temple



YOU are aboard Titanic, the world’s largest ocean liner. The ship has hit an iceberg and is headed to the bottom of the sea. Will you survive?

In this book, you’ll explore how the choices people made meant the difference between life and death. The events you’ll experience happened to real people.

Chapter One sets the scene. Then you choose which path to read. Follow the links at the bottom of each page as you read the stories. The decisions you make will change your outcome. After you finish one path, go back and read the others for new perspectives and more adventures. Use your device's back buttons or page navigation to jump back to your last choice.

YOU CHOOSE the path you take through history.


All Aboard!

The year is 1912. A giant ship gleams in England’s Southampton harbor. Titanic’s looming shadow makes even the most powerful passenger feel small. No ship this big has ever been built.

The huge ship was built with safety in mind. Watertight walls called bulkheads are designed to keep water from flowing from one part of the ship to another. The ship also has 15 watertight doors. Newspapers say that Titanic is practically unsinkable.

In 1912, Titanic was the world’s largest ocean liner. The ship was 882 feet, 9 inches long.

All over the world, people await Titanic’s first voyage with excitement. They’ve followed the newspaper stories about it for months. It took three years to build Titanic, at a cost of $7.5 million. The ship has a saltwater swimming pool, a library, a gym, and three elevators.

In all, 1,316 passengers will travel aboard Titanic across the Atlantic Ocean to New York City. Some of the world’s richest people have planned for months to take this first voyage. They have paid thousands of dollars for the trip.

But the rich aren’t the only ones to experience this amazing ship. Third-class passengers step on a wooden gangway into the lower levels of the ship. Many are immigrants from Europe seeking a better life in the United States.

Captain Edward Smith led the ship’s crew of 890 people.

Some people traveling on the ship aren’t passengers. The ship has a crew of 890 people. They include cooks, stewards, engineers, and a doctor. Other staff members work for private companies. These people are orchestra members, wireless radio operators, and restaurant workers.

To travel with the rich in first class, press here.

To travel with the poor in third class, press here.

To travel as a crewmember, press here.


A First-Class Experience

As you step on Titanic’s deck, the chief steward welcomes you aboard. Another steward leads you to your stateroom.

Your stateroom is as elegant as a grand hotel. Carved oak lines the walls. Some mirrors are trimmed in gold. Every stateroom has electric light and heat. It makes you feel like royalty.

Once you’ve settled in, you decide to explore the ship. You spot the ship’s grand staircase. Topped

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  • (4/5)
    A good representation of the true story of the Titanic, from its construction to its sailing, but allows readers to choose different fates based on decisions they make as a passenger.