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882 1/2 Amazing Answers to Questions About the Titanic Hugh Brewster, Laurie Coulter, Ken Marschall (Illustrator)
James Cameron's Titanic Douglas Kirkland (Photographer), Ed W. Marsh, James Cameron

The Complete Idiot's Guide to the Titanic (Complete Idiot's Guide To...) Jay, Phd. Stevenson, Sharon Rutman, Peter Stone

Inside the Titanic (Giant Cutaway Book) Ken Marschall (Illustrator), Ken Marshall (Illustrator), Hugh Brewster

Titanic : An Illustrated History Donald Lynch

Titanic 3-D Puzzle by Wrebbit

Anatomy of the Titanic Tom McCluskie

Back to the Titanic!Beatrice Gormley

Back to the Titanic! (Travellers Through Time, No 1) Beatrice Gormley

Cal 99 James Cameron's Titanic Calendar James Cameron

Cal 99 TitanicCalendar 1999

Story of the Titanic As Told by Its Survivors
by Jack Winocour
This invaluable book collects some of the first-published first-person accounts of the tragedy, described in old-fashioned prose and enhanced by photographs and illustrations redolent of Edwardian society, with captions such as "Ladies and gentlemen in riding habit exercised on mechanical horses and camels in the ship's gymnasium." Some of the social attitudes of the day are preserved to often startling effect: the habits of obedience of "the Teutonic race" are repeatedly praised, and one brave Titanic officer used what the book's introduction terms "the strange ethical algebra which decided that one female, travelling first class, deserved life some six times as much as one male, travelling third class." Yet it's just such period detail that makes this book so compelling--not to mention the vivid sense that the passengers just didn't get it, even while disaster was upon them. "To illustrate further how little danger was apprehended," writes survivor Lawrence Beesley, "when it was discovered ... that the forward lower deck was covered with small ice, snowballing matches were arranged for the following morning.... The cries of drowning people after the Titanic gave the final plunge were a thunderbolt to us."

The Discovery of the Titanic
by Robert D. Ballard, Rick Archbold
Here is the first-hand account of Dr. Ballard's quest to find the Titanic. Including rare archival photos and charts, this volume recounts the Titanic's tragic last night and describes the drama of the expedition that finally found and explored her. Plus Dr. Ballard reveals the ship's location and lays to rest many of its mysteries. 48-page color insert.

Down With the Old Canoe : A Cultural History of the Titanic Disaster
by Steven Biel
The largest movable object ever constructed by man when it was launched, the supposedly unsinkable Titanic has inspired novels, songs, poetry, movies, and even a mysterious black stoker named Shine who never existed on the actual ship. Steven Biel traces all these avatars and explores the social and cultural myths that the disaster gave rise to--and destroyed. The recent attempts to raise the Titanic's wreckage have demonstrated that the myths have not lost their power.

Eastland : Legacy of the Titanic
by George W. Hilton

Exploring the Titanic
by Robert D. Ballard, Ken Marschall (Illustrator)
For years, people everywhere have been fascinated by the Titanic tragedy. On September 1, 1985, s famous shipwreck--13,000 feet below the sea. "Captures the drama of both the night of the sinking as well . . . as the discovery of the great ship . . . Stunning."--School Library Journal. ALA Best Book for the Reluctant Young Adult Reader; School Library Journal Best Book of the Year; IRA Young Adult Choice.

Finding the Titanic
by Robert D. Ballard
An easy-to-read version of Scholastic's bestselling hardcover Exploring the Titanic.

Her Name, Titanic : The Untold Story of the Sinking and Finding of the Unsinkable Ship
by Charles Pellegrino, Charles Pelligrimo
Combines the harrowing tragedy of the Titanic's maiden voyage with the story of the great ship's discovery two miles beneath the surface more than seventy years later. Reissue

Inside the Titanic : A Giant Cut-Away Book
by Hugh Brewster, Ken Marschall (Illustrator)
n this lavishly illustrated book, the gripping story of the R.M.S. Titanic is told in a spectacularly visual way that makes readers feel as if they are actually "inside" the giant doomed liner. A compelling text featuring the stories of real-life children who sailed on the Titanic accompanies the detailed cutaway illustrations of the ship. Full color.

Last Dinner on the Titanic : Menus and Recipes from the Legendary Liner
by Dana McCauley, Rick Archbold
A cookbook designed to recreate the atmosphere of dining on the famous, doomed luxury liner serves up such recipes as Lobster Thermidor, Quail's Eggs in Aspic with Caviar, and Poached Salmon with Dilled Mousseline Sauce and Cucumber. 55,000 first printing.

Maiden Voyage
by Cynthia Bass
In the 84 years since it sank in the north Atlantic, the Titanic has become a powerful symbol of 19th-century hubris and a generator of multiple myths. Cynthia Bass adds to the store of legends with this engaging tale of a young passenger who, in surviving the disaster in which some 1,500 of his shipmates perished, discovers something steely and enduring in himself. Bass' latest book, with the excitement of a good thriller and the depth of fine history, should find a harbor with Titanic buffs and non-buffs alike.

A Night to Remember
by Walter Lord
James Cameron's 1997 Titanic movie is a smash hit, but Walter Lord's 1955 classic remains in some ways unsurpassed. Lord interviewed scores of Titanic passengers, fashioning a gripping you-are-there account of the ship's sinking that you can read in half the time it takes to see the film. The book boasts many perfect movie moments not found in Cameron's film. When the ship hits the berg, passengers see "tiny splinters of ice in the air, fine as dust, that give off myriads of bright colors whenever caught in the glow of the deck lights." Survivors saw dawn reflected off other icebergs in a rainbow of shades, depending on their angle toward the sun: pink, mauve, white, deep blue--a landscape so eerie, a little boy tells his mom, "Oh, Muddie, look at the beautiful North Pole with no Santa Claus on it."

Secrets of the Titanic
by National Geographic
This video from "National Geographic" is a superb documentary on the "unsinkable" TITANIC. This is from the late 80's, broadcast not too long after Ballard and his crew located TITANIC. If you're collecting videos or books on TITANIC, this is a "must have". The new release contains a few minutes of never-released footage and it also includes an interview with Bob Ballard. All in all, its a great item to have.