"On the NAUTILUS men's hearts never fail them.
No defects to be afraid of,
for the double shell is as firm as iron, no rigging to attend to,
no sails for the wind to carry away;
no boilers to burst, no fire to fear,
for the vessel is made of iron, not of wood;
no cove to run short, for electricity is the only power;
no collision to fear, for it alone swims in deep water;
no tempest to brave, for when it dives below the water,
it reaches absolute tranquility.
That is the perfection of vessels."
- JULES VERNE
This months theme is Where in the World ? Pop on over to Every Bed of Roses for a Unit Study on Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea then take sometime to look through the linky at the bottom there are 61 books with ideas for you to explore.