Titanic: Voices From the Disaster
The Titanic Sinks! All is lost.
I would recommend the book, Titanic: Voices From the Disaster, because the first half of the book gave a description of the boat and where everything was located, while the second half of the book lead you into the the actual disaster and what happened with the ship. The story was mainly survivors talking about their experience on the ship. The voices and pictures showed the cheerful side and depressing side of the Titanic. Since this actually happened Deborah Hopkinson (the author) did a good job of adding pictures, quotes, and letters/messages so the reader had a better idea of it.
Important figures on the Titanic.
Charles Lightoller was responsible for making sure the lifeboats were properly placed and filled.
Jack was brave enough to stay inside the ship to keep the lights on for all the passengers in the water. When the ship sunk he went down with it.
Fifth Officer Harold Lowe
Officer Lowe's lifeboat hit the water and immediately he started to think about the rescue. He went around moving people to different lifeboats and pulling others on board his boat.