Michael Shoulders



January 2014,

By far the TOP presenter we’ve had in my ten years.

At 11:40 p.m. on April 14, 1912, the fate of the world's most famous ship was sealed when the lookout on the luxury liner, RMS Titanic, spotted an iceberg in the ship's path in the North Atlantic. By 2:00 a.m., the ship had started its slide into the frigid waters, carrying close to 1,500 people to a watery grave.  Young

October 25, 2011

Mr. Shoulders,

WOW!! What an amazing day was had today at Lawndale Elementary!! You did an AMAZING job! I can’t tell you how many of the teachers stopped me in the hall to tell me how much they enjoyed listening to your programs during the morning.  I know you must hear this frequently, but you were everything that I hoped you would be times 1000!!!

You are an inspiration.

Ragan M.

(Parent Volunteer)

Lawndale Elem.

Tupelo, MS

USA Best Book Award Finalist

Readers are invited to walk down the

Grand Staircase, find a berth in second class quarters, or imagine telegraph operator Jack Phillips’s first distress signal.

T is for Titanic is illustrated by award winning illustrator

Gijsbert van Frankenhuyzen

St. Francis of Assisi - Memphis, TN

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Blue Book Guy.

Eureka Silver Medalist

NAPPA Honor Award

Now Available
(August 2015)