On 14 April 1912, the largest and finest ocean liner of the age struck an iceberg and sank to icy depths. Discover all the glory and tragedy of the Titanic in this recreation of her fated maiden voyage. It traces its history from blueprint to ocean dream, and uncovers the factors that led to her tragic end.
Martin Jenkins is a conservation biologist by trade and an expert at presenting complicated subjects in entertaining and accessible ways to children. He has won several awards for his work including the 1998 Times Educational Supplement Information Book of the Year Junior Award for The Emperor's Egg (9780744582215). He lives in Cambridge. Brian Sanders is an acclaimed artist and paper engineer whose work includes images for postage stamps, landscape painting and the carousel pop-up book, An Edwardian Doll's House. It was his impressive paintings of military scenes that attracted Walker Books to use him for the Titanic project. Brian lives in Cambridge with his illustrator wife, Lizzie.