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Titanic’s Race to Disaster

By Sarah Rosenfeld

A review of Titanic's Race To Disaster by Lynda Wilson

Published on October 1, 2001

Titanic’s Race To Disaster
Lynda Wilson

Roussan Publishers
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New historical fiction from Roussan Publishers zooms kids back in time with Titanic’s Race to Disaster. This second title by Lynda Wilson in the Virtual Zone series is as thrilling as the first, In Search for Klondike Gold. Wilson brings us into the story through Michael and Simon, telegraph runners or “buttons” on the legendary doomed ship. I especially like the glossary, which explains vocabulary specific to the story and times. mRb

Sarah Rosenfeld is a writer and associate editor for a travel and leisure magazine for Canadian physicians.

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