Titanicat (HF) by Marty Crisp is the cutest story of a cat and a little boy. I think children would really enjoy this book because of the connection between the cat and the boy and they will also learn a little about the Titanic. I would have children read this independently. The UDL guideline I would use is 3.1 and the ESOL strategy I would use is 29 to offer more information about the Titanic.
#NFNov This was a detailed but very sympathetic account of the last night of Titanics existence. The class divide at the time definitely played a part in a lot of deaths, not as many as the movie portrayed but the difference in death tolls between classes is substantial. #TIL - there were more male 1st class passengers saved than women & children in 3rd class.🚢 #NonFiction2019 #SomethingWithTravel
Decided to go with this book next for #NFNov I‘ve been slightly obsessed with the Titanic since I was a child. My dad had this beautiful coffee table book about Great Ocean Liners. #TIL - 14yrs before the sinking, an author wrote a novel about a great liner called the Titan with similar dimensions to the real ship, he wrote about the lack of enough lifeboats, called it Unsinkable then had it hit an iceberg on an April night & sink. #premonitions
I had to share my latest acquisition without all. It‘s Rose and Jack! ❤️😭😭 I‘m so stoked that I actually got them at Target! Target is notoriously bad at never having its Funko exclusives in stock! 😆😆😆 #FunkoPop