Commemorating the 100 year anniversary of the sinking of Titanic, the had a week filled with reading and searching for the lost ship, including a scavenger hunt, children's book readings, and decorating the childrens' desk like the ship.
Here are titles for all ages to check out at the today in honor of the Titanic anniversary.
Top Choice for adults: A Night to Remember, by Walter Lord
Librarians from each department agree the famed A Night to Remember is the most popular and best account of the sinking of Titanic. This detailed account from the first ports of call to the hours waiting for the Carpathia is a top choice.
Voyagers of the Titanic, by Richard Davenport-Hines
A look at the lives of passengers, crew members, and shipbuilders.
Titanic Tragedy, by Andrew Wilson
A new take on the sinking.
Shadow of the Titanic, by Andrew Wilson
Stories from survivors.
How to Survive the Titanic, by Frances Wilson
The story of Bruce Ismay and his involvement in the life and death of Titanic.
The Titanic Disaster, by Peter Benoit
101 things you thought you knew about the Titanic -- but didn't!, by Tim Maltin and Eloise Aston.
Top choice for kids: Polar the Titanic Bear, by Daisy Spedden
This true story of a boy and his toy bear who survived the sinking of Titanic, was a top choice for the library and was read to eager listeners this week.
Ghosts of the Titanic, by Julie Lawson
Can You Survive the Titanic?, by Allison Lassieur
Titanic: Voices from the Disaster, by Frieda Wishinsky
Titanic Sinks!, by Barry Denenberg
The Watch that Ends the Night: Voices from the Titanic, by Allan Wolf