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Booklist: The Disappearing Crew of the Mary Celeste

If You Sailed On the Titanic, by Denise Lewis Patrick and Winona Nelson (7-10). The Question and Answer format of this new series covers the bases of the shipwreck for curious readers and includes the wreck’s current state. Nonfiction.

History Smashers: The Titanic, by Kate Messner and Matt Aytch Taylor (8-12). A thoroughly researched and visually engaging discussion of the shipwreck with sidebars, illustrations, photos, and graphic panels. Nonfiction.

I Survived the Sinking of the Titanic, 1912: A Graphic Novel, by Lauren Tarshis, Georgia Ball, and Haus Studio (8-12). The first graphic novel adaptation from the popular I Survived series, ten-year-old George is exploring the steamship when disaster strikes. Fiction

Iceberg, by Jennifer A. Nielsen (8-12). Plucky 12-year-old Hazel stows away on the ship and finds herself caught in both a mystery and new friendship before disaster strikes. Fiction.

Rescuing Titanic: A True Story of Quiet Bravery in the North Atlantic (Hidden Histories), by Flora Delargy (8-12). The heroic work of the Carpathia crew, who came to the rescue of the Titanic, told through fine illustrations and gripping text. Nonfiction.

Titanic: Voices from the Disaster, by Deborah Hopkinson (8-12). Archival photographs and interviews with survivors weave together a captivating account of the journey and disaster in this award-winning book. Nonfiction.

The Mary Celeste Ghost Ship (History’s Mysteries), by Anita Nahta Amin (8-12). The mysterious vanished crew of this merchant ship gets conspiracy theory consideration. Nonfiction.