Can You Survive the Titanic?: An Interactive Survival Adventure

Can You Survive the Titanic An Interactive Survival Adventure You are a passenger on the most spectacular ocean liner ever built the Titanic When the ship hits an iceberg and begins to sink its going to take than luck to survive Will you Try to save lives as a

  • Title: Can You Survive the Titanic?: An Interactive Survival Adventure
  • Author: Allison Lassieur
  • ISBN: 9781429665865
  • Page: 153
  • Format: Hardcover
  • You are a passenger on the most spectacular ocean liner ever built the Titanic When the ship hits an iceberg and begins to sink, its going to take than luck to survive Will you, Try to save lives as a member of the ships medical crew Protect the children of your wealthy employers Experience the disaster as a 12 year old boy with inside knowledge of the ship FACEYou are a passenger on the most spectacular ocean liner ever built the Titanic When the ship hits an iceberg and begins to sink, its going to take than luck to survive Will you, Try to save lives as a member of the ships medical crew Protect the children of your wealthy employers Experience the disaster as a 12 year old boy with inside knowledge of the ship FACE the life or death dilemmas of the most famous shipwreck in history YOU CHOOSE what youll do next The choices you make will either lead you to safety or to doom.

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    1. This is part of the You Choose/Can You Survive series of adventure books that puts the reader in the middle of the action. This time the action is based on real events--the sinking of the Titanic.Readers have three different people they can choose to be once the iceberg is hit: (1) a crew member who is a surgeon's assistant, (2) a governess to a wealthy first-class family, or (3) a 12-year-boy travelling with his father. Then there are numerous possible outcomes for each person the reader choose [...]

    2. My first time reading this style of book and I was extremely impressed. I believe that is partially due to the fact that each story I chose seemed extremely short I barely got the chance to care about a character before their adventure was over

    3. This is a great way to introduce children to historical stories!! I read this book to a group of teens and they ate it up! They even applauded me after I finished.

    4. It really is all about survival when you read Can You Survive the Titanic? As the reader, you get to choose which path the plot will take and ultimately, if the characters will live or die in the Titanic disaster. Talk about some power!There are three different plot paths to choose from. Those branch out and there are twenty-one different endings. Wowza! I am the curious type and I am reviewing the book, so I read them all and ended up a little confused. For someone just reading one or two choic [...]

    5. Can see this appealing to boys and reluctant readers. Artwork and (3d?) renderings do much to show what it was like aboard the ship, and maps as well as black and white illustrations offer additional material to "read." the text itself is a little straightforward and simple, but readers going in should be well aware of the situation and they are given stories of people according to class and location onboard. a good revamp of the choose your own adventure series, looking forward to other titles. [...]

    6. The strange thing about this book is that Capstone previously (2008) published another choose your own adventure Titanic. I really like that earlier series, and struggled with this one. Partially this is because it is difficult to read these books as an eARC. I still really like the combination of facts and choices and adventure. It really brings the past to life and shows how decisions made had a big impact on one's fate. Of course, with the Titanic all of us know what happens and the choices s [...]

    7. The "Choose Your Own Adventure" format allows the reader to experience the Titanic disaster as either a surgeon's assistant, a governess, or a 12 year-old boy. The reader makes decisions based on the frightful events surrounding each passenger. Includes color illustrations, an index, and suggestions for further reading. The format + the disaster = popular read.

    8. I have a 4th grade male reluctant reader. He loved every book in the series except this one. I think that the subject of the Titanic may be a little bit outdated for him. He really couldn't get into it like the other books. Same format as the other can you survive books. The reader chooses where to take the story.

    9. I love anything to do with the Titanic and the "Choose Your Own Adventure" format works well with it. The only problem I had was that, in some cases, the endings leave you hanging in regards to certain characters.

    10. Though there are three story paths (young boy, crew - surgeon's assistant, governess), I am going to quit while I am ahead! I survived the Titanic as a 12 year old boy in 3rd class!

    11. Oh good, I survived! (Technically, i didn't read this whole book because I survived the first time I did it and left it at that.)

    12. great story.i think that it is crazy that people did not no of how much danger they where ind i think that the titanic is amazing history i loved reading it.

    13. Very quick read. It's a You Choose book so you read it several times making different choices each time. Read it 5 times and survived the sinking each time. lol

    14. Can You Survive the Titanic is a well written and entertaining Choose-Your-Own-Adventure style book with colorful illustrations and glossy pages.

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