All the drama of shipwrecks and the excitement of discovering valuable treasures come vividly to life in 39 educational and entertaining illustrations. Ready-to-color scenes include divers gathering large jar-like containers on the site of an ancient Greek shipwreck; a Roman merchant ship in a storm;... read more
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All the drama of shipwrecks and the excitement of discovering valuable treasures come vividly to life in 39 educational and entertaining illustrations. Ready-to-color scenes include divers gathering large jar-like containers on the site of an ancient Greek shipwreck; a Roman merchant ship in a storm; the remains of a ninth-century Viking ship; a German U-boat sinking an English freighter in 1917; the sunken Titanic; and historic diving suits, scuba-diving equipment, and more.
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