Voyage on the Great Titanic

Voyage on the Great Titanic

The Diary of Margaret Ann Brady

Book - 1998
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In her diary in 1912, thirteen-year-old Margaret Ann describes how she leaves her lonely life in a London orphanage to become a companion to a wealthy American woman, sails on the Titanic, and experiences its sinking.
Publisher: New York : Scholastic, 1998.
ISBN: 9780590962735
0590962736
Characteristics: 197 pages ;,19 cm.

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mclures
Jan 14, 2021

This book was the diary of Margaret Ann Brady.
I enjoy reading about history and learning what things happened in the past, and that is why I picked up this book. It was a very wonderful story, and you got to see the tragedy of the RMS Titanic through the eyes of a 13-year-old orphaned girl. There really isn’t anything I could dislike about this book considering that it is an actual diary of a young girl, so I don’t think it appropriate to criticize a young girl's diary. Considering that she probably didn’t want anyone to know about her diary in the first place. This book was a very quick read and I read it in 2 days, but I believe if you really wanted to you could finish it in a single day.
If you want to see the Titanic from a different viewpoint, then definitely give this book a try.

Feel free to share your opinions in the comments, but please no spoilers for those who have not read it

-Michelle :)

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RescueDog
Jun 25, 2020

I’ve read 8 or 10 of the Dear America series. This is by far the best one I’ve read so far.

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Monarch_47
Jun 07, 2020

This is an amazing book! It is really sad though.

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ElissaMJohnson
Apr 23, 2019

This was a touching, interesting and romantic story, and if you like sad endings this is the one for you. SPOILER ALERT: In the end the Margaret's love dies on the sinking titanic.

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lilypad_1
Aug 11, 2016

A great way to learn about the sinking of the Titanic, through the eyes of a young orphan girl who appreciates the smallest luxury and takes nothing for granted. Her amazement of the largest ocean liner and all it's luxuries as well as it's occupants is very eye-opening. She is concerned about the ones in steerage and wonders why the ones in first class need to dress up for each meal and have so many courses. Really enjoyed this book.

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aepearson21
Dec 06, 2015

This was a good book. I couldn't put it down. It was one of my favourites!! Margaret writes about her journey on the Titanic.

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Maiya_Schmidt
Jun 26, 2014

I liked this book, but i felt sad too of the way it ended. I'm the kind of person that doesn't like any sad realistic deaths.

Very well written, and great for learning the history of the Titanic. Margret Ann's story kept me captivated, and her feelings afterwards are very real and natural. Love, love, love!
I also recommend the other books in the Dear America series, including the Winter of Red Snow, Down the Rabbit Hole, When Will This Cruel War Be Over, and Across the Wide and Lonesome Prairie.

Blackhawk99 Aug 16, 2012

nice book

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adelainemay
Nov 17, 2007

This is an awesome book/diary that really shows the views of a 13 year old girl who takes a voyage on the titanic

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Monarch_47
Jun 07, 2020

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Jul 08, 2018

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Aug 10, 2012

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