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Trapped on the Titanic

on July 6, 2012

Trapped on the Titanic by Tammy S. Knox is a very interesting book. I discovered it at the Titanic museum in Branson, MO. Let me tell you this, it is a very entertaining mystery about the Titanic.

What really happend on the Titanic? That is what eighth grader Callie Elizabeth wants to find out. While at a Titanic museum, Callie sees a picture that looks just like her. All of a sudden, she hears cries for help. When she looks at the picture again, it is crying! Callie is so scared, she faints. Later on, she keeps on seeing that black and white girl. She learns that the girl’s name is Elizabeth. Elizabeth was Callie’s great great aunt, even though she died on the Titanic when she was 10. Callie wants to know what really happend to Elizabeth so that she can put her to rest. Can Callie do it? Find out in this amazing book, Trapped on the Titanic.

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5 responses to “Trapped on the Titanic

  1. Amy says:

    Wow! That sounds like a really cool book. You are such a good writer!

  2. Scott Patterson says:

    Loved the review!

  3. Thank you Rachel for recommending my first book. I am glad that you enjoyed it and glad that you picked it up at the Titanic Museum in Branson. It has only been available there for a few months. In June I had a book signing at the Titanic Museum in Pigeon Forge. I hope to be able to go to Branson sometime for a book signing. Thanks again! You can also like my book on Facebook.

  4. Rachel says:

    Thank you! I was so excited that you commented on my blog! I already told a lot of my friends! Some of them even want to read the book! It is such a good book!!! I am glad you like my blog!

    • Thank you Rachel for telling your friends about my book. I told your mom on Facebook that you can check out my website for extra details about the book and also learn more about the Titanic. Did you enjoy the Titanic museum at Branson? I loved it! I have been to the Titanic museums 3 times so far, once at Branson and twice at Pigeon Forge. They are awesome museums! I could spend a week there just looking at everything and reading everything. Back in 1995, my husband and I toured the Titanic Experience traveling exhibit when it was in Memphis, TN, and some of the things I saw there influenced my book. I have always been fascinated with the Titanic. It was such a tragedy, but there is also a bit of mystery about it that I believe has kept it alive all these years. Oh, by the way, I told your mom on Facebook that the picture of Elizabeth is of my 9 year old daughter, Samantha and that pictures of Callie are of my 13 year old daughter, Michal. They had so much fun posing for the photos. Thank you so much for your blog about my book. I am so glad that you liked it. I am working on some other books that I hope to publish by the end of the year. Hope you will like them as well.

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