Compare Personal Accounts With The Disasters Themselves
In this book collection, students learn that perspective can change the way we look at historical events. Nonfiction accounts are told by children around the world who experienced tsunamis; the San Francisco earthquake is told from the perspective of a firefighter, a girl whose home was destroyed, and a Chinatown resident; and the Titanic disaster is described from all angles: the captain to the crew and the wealthiest to the poorest. Each includes a glossary and index. In the historical fiction books, three young boys are imagined as survivors of three different disasters.
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The San Francisco Earthquake of 1906
You WouldnA t Want to Sail on the Titanic!: One Voyage YouA d Rather Not Make
I Survived the Japanese Tsunami, 2011
I Survived the San Francisco Earthquake, 1906
I Survived the Sinking of the Titanic, 1912
- 6 softcover books
- Size: 5¼" to 8¼" by 7½" to 10"
- 32 112 pages each