Martin Jenkins has written numerous acclaimed books for children, including a retelling of Jonathan Swift's GULLIVER'S TRAVELS and several nonfiction titles. He lives in Cambridge, England. Brian Sanders is an illustrator whose work has appeared in other pop-up books, on book jackets, and even on postage stamps. He and his wife, also an illustrator, live in Essex, England.
Riveting. --School Library Journal Wow factor: a 3-D paper model of the ship that folds out to nearly 2 1/2 feet. --USA Today, holiday gift guide Sure to interest children. --School Library Journal This pop-up book has only got one 'pop, ' but it's a doozy: the entire doomed vessel, from bow to stern. --Entertainment Weekly, "The Must List" Spectacular...offers an interactive re-creation of the ship's ill-fated maiden voyage. --Journal Inquirer Splashy...Just add seawater and an iceberg. --San Francisco Chronicle An engineering marvel. --Cincinnati/Kentucky Enquirer, included in a roundup of the 10 best pop-up books of 2007 A marvel of paper engineering. --Buffalo News Titanically impressive. --MetroKids Delaware An unsinkable subject for books, the world's most famous ship outdoes itself with this one. --BookPage Includes all sorts of special surprises...a must purchase for any pop-up collector. --Aptos Times This is meant to be a tour de force, and it is! --Wondertime With paper engineering by pop-up master David Hawcock, this fabulous extravaganza is a must for history buffs and children. --Copley News Service