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by Daisy Corning Stone Spedden

Download Polar the Titanic Bear ePub
  • ISBN 0316809098
  • ISBN13 978-0316809092
  • Language English
  • Author Daisy Corning Stone Spedden
  • Publisher Little, Brown Books for Young Readers; 1 edition (September 1, 2001)
  • Pages 64
  • Formats lrf rtf lrf lit
  • Category Children
  • Subcategory Literature and Fiction
  • Size ePub 1685 kb
  • Size Fb2 1760 kb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 128

Written for her son by an American heiress whose family survived the 1912 sinking of the "Titanic", this account of the Edwardian life and of the disaster is told through the eyes of the young boy's teddy bear. Illustrated with watercolors and family photographs, this book makes an ideal read-aloud.Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 9/1/2001Pages: 64Reading Level: Age 6 and Up

Polar the Titanic Bear Paperback – September 1, 2001.

Polar the Titanic Bear Paperback – September 1, 2001. by. Daisy Corning Stone Spedden (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Illustrated with watercolors and family photographs, this book makes an ideal read-aloud.

Coleman will present a glimpse of the Gilded Age & The Titanic through the lives of the Corning, Stone, Spedden family members via the prism of his best-selling children's book "Polar The Titanic Bear, the award winning true story of a Steiff toy bear that survived the Titanic, originally penned in 1913 by Daisy Corning Stone Spedden, his Great Grand Aunt. Here are some photos of the Spedden family home in Tuxedo Park, NY called Wee Wah Lodge. Tuxedo Park, was where the Dinner Jacket was invented and was America's 3rd gated community just after Belle Terre, LI, NY. & LLewllyn Park NJ.

Illustrated with evocative watercolors, family photos, postcards, and keepsakes.

Polar the Titanic Bear is a children's book written by Margaretta "Daisy" Corning Spedden (née Stone) (19 November 1872 – 10 February 1950)

Polar the Titanic Bear is a children's book written by Margaretta "Daisy" Corning Spedden (née Stone) (19 November 1872 – 10 February 1950). The story is told from the point of view of a Teddy Bear.

Polar the Titanic bear. Daisy Corning Stone Spedden. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

Release Date: January 2007. Publisher: Jaguar Book Group. Weight: . 0 lbs. Related Subjects.

ISBN13: 9781897330227. Release Date: January 2007. 0 - 2 Years 6 - 8 Years 9 - 12 Years Cars, Trains & Things That Go Children's Children's Books Literature & Fiction. This year's top sellers. To Kill a Mockingbird. Her work has been featured in books, magazines, and private and corporate collections for over thirty years. By (author) Daisy Corning Stone Spedden, Introduction by III Leighton H Coleman, Illustrated by Laurie McGaw. Daisy Corning Stone Spedden penned the manuscript for "Polar, The Titanic Bear" for her son, Douglas, after the family survived the Titanic disaster in 1912. The original booklet was found, among other items, by Leighton H. Coleman III, a distant relation of the Spedden family, in his grandfather's barn.

Daisy Corning Stone Spedden, Laurie McGaw. Tells the adventures of a boy called Douglas, told through the eyes of his white teddy bear, Polar. His family book a passage to America on board the Titanic, and the story reaches its climax on the night it sank, when the family escape from the stricken vessel.

I learned that it was Daisy Spedden, a cousin on the Corning side of my family tree, had carefully documented her . The illustrations by Laurie McGaw for Polar The Titanic Bear are true to the original text and photographs

I learned that it was Daisy Spedden, a cousin on the Corning side of my family tree, had carefully documented her family's life through photographs and diaries. The illustrations by Laurie McGaw for Polar The Titanic Bear are true to the original text and photographs.

in the Teachers Store. Polar, the Titanic Bear. This is the story of a boy, his teddy bear, and their escape from the sinking "Titanic," originally told to the boy by his mother shortly after their family's escape from that tragedy.

The Teacher Store Cart. in the Teachers Store. By Daisy Corning Stone Spedden. Other Books You Might Like.

Talk about Polar the Titanic Bear


Gogal
I have, over the decades, collected many of the books about the R.M.S. Titanic. I saw this book, and realized that I had neglected one aspect, in my collection: books such as this genre. I am glad, now that i have received it, and read it, I purchased it. I would recommend this book highly - a book which did not dwell on the disaster, but did give one insight as to what a child saw that night. I hope this helps; enjoy!
Togar
This is a nice book. It has a children's style story - aimed at 8-12 year olds and based on a true story - interspersed with historical photos. The little bear actually survived the Titanic and was found in an attic decades later with the story of what happened, this book expands on that and fills in more details. It was interesting to read, even as an adult.
blodrayne
This book was a wonderful addition to our Titanic study. My kids loved learning about the boy in the book. I liked that the book gave an account of those who had traveled on the boat. It was interesting learning about the boy and his illness and his journey on Titanic.

The paperback book was bound together well. The pages were easy to turn and still stay in good shape.
Ranicengi
A beautifully illustrated book with a history based on facts. I bought it for my 12 yr old Grand-daughter due to the story about the Titantic. It was told in a thoughtful manner for children that would not lead to the youngster being frightened. I highly recommend this book.
Pumpit
The size was not disclosed and it has fewer pages than I expected after seeing one belonging to a friend. Much too expensive!
Delalbine
we received the book bent, but I love the story behind it.
Inertedub
Great book!
A beautiful story of love and sharing during a terrible tragedy- the Spedden family gave money
to the widows of the sailors as well as try to help many involved after the sinking.Daisy Spedden
tried to give her son a positive memory of the kindness of a sailor's return of the missing Polar-
I am sure there are special stories, but I am proud to be related to Daisy- her sister, Aunt Nanny
was my Great Grandmother.