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Children’s Book Committee – September 2018 Pick

September 6, 2018

Survival Tails: The Titanic
by Katrina Charman

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With the help of friends, four-legged Mutt sneaks aboard the Titanic to reunite with his beloved, young owner, Alice.

Our Young Reviewer Says:

“This book about the Titanic is told in the voices of the animals on the ship. I like that because it makes the story less freaky, than if it was told from a human perspective. At first I didn’t want to read it, and thought it would be too freaky, but I decided to start with the Fact File at the end of the book, which got me interested and helped ease into the book. After that, it was gripping and I didn’t want to put it down. There was suspense when I thought the father in the story was going to die, and then relief when he didn’t.”

– Maizie, 9 Years Old, Washington, DC.

Young people who are interested in reviewing are invited to do so as we welcome the individual perspective of our age appropriate readers. If you are interested in being a reviewer, contact bookcom@bankstreet.edu

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