"Real Stories From My Time: The Titanic" by Emma Carlson Berne

Just heard from a few of my friends over at a doll collectors forum that a new book about the Titanic came out recently to tie in with the American Girl toy line, specifically Samantha Parkington. The book depicts Samantha in her teens, a few years after the events of the original series, as she was anxiously waiting to find out if her friend Nellie and Aunt Cornelia survived the sinking.

I haven't personally read the book yet, but since the book is presented in a factual manner, i.e. with non-fiction parts telling the ins and outs of the ship interspersed with the Samantha subplot, I was wondering if any one of you have chanced upon it and could point out any misconceptions especially for an educational Titanic title for younger audiences.