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On April 10, 1912, fourteen-year-old Christopher Watkins boards the Titanic with his family. While sailing across the Atlantic, the giant ship strikes an iceberg and begins to sink! Christopher must quickly find a way to save his family.


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On April 10, 1912, fourteen-year-old Christopher Watkins boards the Titanic with his family. While sailing across the Atlantic, the giant ship strikes an iceberg and begins to sink! Christopher must quickly find a way to save his family.

27 review for The First and Final Voyage: The Sinking of the Titanic (Graphic Flash Graphic Novels)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Dann

    Entertaining and educational, The First and Final Voyage: The Sinking of the Titanic provides young readers with a firsthand look at the grandest ship ever build. The story follows 12-year old Christopher Watkins as he explores the RMS Titanic while sailing to New York with his mother and younger brother. Part storybook, part comic – the book switches between a written narrative and comic panels (depending on the scene). And it does a fairly good balancing act. However, the drawings are rather p Entertaining and educational, The First and Final Voyage: The Sinking of the Titanic provides young readers with a firsthand look at the grandest ship ever build. The story follows 12-year old Christopher Watkins as he explores the RMS Titanic while sailing to New York with his mother and younger brother. Part storybook, part comic – the book switches between a written narrative and comic panels (depending on the scene). And it does a fairly good balancing act. However, the drawings are rather poor; lacking definition and texture. Also, there are some mixed messages about parental authority; with the mother being depicted as weak so Christopher can step up and be the “man of the family” (per his father’s instructions). Still, the characters are well-written and there are some fun activities in the supplemental materials; including discussion questions and creative exercises. Delivering an exciting adventure, kids are sure to enjoy The First and Final Voyage: The Sinking of the Titanic.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Anthony Abi

  3. 4 out of 5

    Consuelo

    Appropriate grade level: Third Grade Summary: On April 10, 1912, fourteen-year-old Christopher Watkins boards the Titanic with his family. While sailing across the Atlantic, the giant ship strikes an iceberg and begins to sink! Christopher must quickly find a way to save his family. Review: This book was a very unique take on the Titanic and what happened in that time. I believe that it is very appropriate for kids to read. It doesn't make a child feel as though it could happen to them, but how th Appropriate grade level: Third Grade Summary: On April 10, 1912, fourteen-year-old Christopher Watkins boards the Titanic with his family. While sailing across the Atlantic, the giant ship strikes an iceberg and begins to sink! Christopher must quickly find a way to save his family. Review: This book was a very unique take on the Titanic and what happened in that time. I believe that it is very appropriate for kids to read. It doesn't make a child feel as though it could happen to them, but how the boats have changed through out time. In-class uses: We can use this to teach the children about our history. They can use this to learn more about their interests. This would be used for independent reading, as well as if we are learning about characters.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Quinn Rollins

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    Michael Soule

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    Margo Jantzi

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    Amy ~Lover of Books~

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    Al Lombard

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    Walter Schoenly

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  27. 5 out of 5

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