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Titanic: Voices from the Disaster

Deborah Hopkinson

"A definitive work…

Hopkinson offers a well researched and fascinating

account of the disaster. A thorough and absorbing recreation of the ill-fated voyage."

Kirkus Reviews, starred review

 

"Hopkinson knows precisely

what she's doing...

providing young readers with a basic introduction to the

event without overdramatizing, drawing unwarranted conclusions, or prolonging the ordeal."

The Horn Book, starred review

 

"Fast-paced and riveting…

Hopkinson puts a human face on the Titanic's sinking in this riveting nonfiction chronicle."

Publishers Weekly, starred reviews

 

"Absorbing and richly satisfying."

School Library Journal, starred review

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Deborah Hopkinson is the author of such award-winning children's books as Sweet Clara and the Freedom Quilt; Girl Wonder; A Band of Angels; and Dear America: Hear my Sorrow. Her nonfiction books, Shutting out the Sky: Life in the Tenements of New York and Up Before Daybreak: Cotton and People in America, have garnered much acclaim. Deborah lives in Portland, Oregon, where, in addition to writing, she works full-time as the Director of Foundation Relations at Oregon State University Foundation.

deborahhopkinson.com

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