50 Book Pledge Featured Read: Seven Days in May

 “At his prompting she turned her attention from the sideshow on the street and at last saw her. The four black funnels that rose above the pier shed, the white bridge and decks that gleamed against the grey skies, the black hull with its sharp bow that curved to the heavens. Launched in 1906, she […]

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10 facts you may not know about the Titanic, by Hugh Brewster

Hugh Brewster, author of RMS Titanic shares 10 facts about the Titanic and Titanic Canadian connections you may not know about: 1. Titanic & Avro Arrow:  Winnipeg survivor Ethel Fortune had a son, Crawford Gordon, who became man behind famed Canadian plane. 2. Titanic nightmares: Ethel Fortune lost father and brother, Charles (age 19). She […]

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Toronto Event Alert: Meet Titanic Expert Hugh Brewster

One hundred years ago, on April 14, 1912, the great ocean liner Titanic went down. Toronto Public Library is pleased to welcome award-winning writer Hugh Brewster to talk about his new book on this disaster which continues to grip readers.

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14 Books About the Titanic

Did you know that April 14, 2012 is the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic? Wanna learn more? Here are 14 books, including some very special ebooks, that go into depth about this tragic event and the passengers on board, or are fictional books set on board the Titanic: 1. RMS Titanic by […]

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