S.O.S. Titanic Paperback
by Jill Silverthorne;
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Their journey promises more than they expect when they secure a passage on the White Star Lineís newest ocean going liner. Chrissie, though, is uncertain from the beginning about what the trip may hold.
Based on the events of April 1912, the journey turns out to be much more significant than any of the travellers could imagine. How will they cope with the life and death situations they face?
Jill Silverthorne is a Welsh teacher and writer who has a passion to see high quality Christian literature. This book for children in primary and lower secondary school is Jillís first contribution towards the completion of her aim.
S.O.S. Titanic by Jill Silverthorne was published by Day One in January 2012 and is our 14915th best seller. The ISBN for S.O.S. Titanic is 9781846253089.
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S.O.S. TitanicMary Bartholomew, via The Good Book Stall
Chrissie with her younger brother Luke and her Father live above the Clock Shop in the London of 1912. The family are mourning the death of Chrissie’s Mother, Chrissie has had to become the housekeeper, but an Aunt from America has announced that she is coming to England and will take the children back to America with her for a time. The children can’t understand why their father has agreed to this, but now it is April, the Aunt is about to arrive and the mysteries and adventures are about to begin.
They are booked to travel with their Aunt on the maiden voyage of the huge new liner the Titanic that everyone has been talking about. Luke is excited, Chrissie sad to leave her father, both are very puzzled by the attitude and behaviour of their Aunt!
What is their Aunt up to? Why is she taking them to America when she appears to dislike children so much?
They meet up with some good people on the ship, and make friends with some children of their own age.
The youngsters find themselves in trouble of surprising seriousness, and then the unthinkable happens – the ship that was supposed to be unsinkable, does just that!
A gripping story which, despite the tragic end to the voyage, ends on a note of hope.
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Details for S.O.S. Titanic
|Page last updated||20th June 2016|
|Author / Artist||Jill Silverthorne|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Day One (January 2012)|
|Number of Pages||126|