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The Bar Code Prophecy (Bar Code #3)

by Suzanne Weyn

The third book in the Bar Code series, in which one girl struggles to escape the conformity of a dystopian world. Just as in the original Bar Code Tattoo, the year is 2025 and the mysterious, ubiquitous, and seemingly omnipotent multi-national corporation, Global 1, is in power through their agent President Loudon Waters. But now this ominous situation is experienced through the eyes of sixteen-year-old Grace Morrow. When Grace finds out that she's adopted, her biological father, who's the head of the Global 1 nano-bot injection project, urges her against getting the bar code tattoo when she turns seventeen. Stunned by the revelations, she goes home to find her adoptive family vanished, and she's determined to find them, turning to the anti-bar-code group Decode. As they uncover more information about tracking, Grace must hide deep underground and under cover, trying to discover information that will allow Decode to figure out what Global 1 is up to, and trying desperately to shut the organization down for good.

The Bar Code Rebellion (Bar Code #2)

by Suzanne Weyn

The second book in the action-packed Bar Code series. They want your identity. They want your freedom. They can't have them. The bar code rebellion. Kayla has resisted getting the bar code tattoo, even though it's mean forfeiting a "normal" life. Without the tattoo, she's an exile. But she can't stay an exile for long. . . . For reasons she doesn't completely understand--but will soon discover--Kayla is at the center of a lethal conspiracy that will soon threaten the very notion of freedom. Kayla can either give in to the bar code, or she can join the resistance and fight it. The choice, for her, is clear: It's time to fight. They want your identity. They want your freedom. They can't have them. The bar code rebellion.

The Bar Code Tattoo (Bar Code #1)

by Suzanne Weyn

Individuality vs. conformity. Identity vs. access. Freedom vs. control. The bar code tattoo. The bar code tattoo. Everybody's getting it. It will make your life easier, they say. It will hook you in. It will become your identity. But what if you say no? What if you don't want to become a code? For Kayla, this one choice changes everything. She becomes an outcast in her high school. Dangerous things happen to her family. There's no option but to run . . . for her life. Indivuality vs. conformity.. Identity vs. access. Freedom vs. control. The bar code tattoo.

Beaten (Surviving Southside #2)

by Suzanne Weyn

Are they really the perfect couple? Paige, cheerleading captain at Southside High, and Ty, star running back, appear to be the perfect couple. But when they have their first fight, Ty screams at Paige. Paige is shocked and afraid, but Ty apologizes. Then after losing a game, Ty goes ballistic and hits Paige. Ty is arrested for assault. Even after this, she secretly meets up with Ty. But can Paige be with someone she's afraid of? What's worse--flinching every time your boyfriend gets angry? Or being alone?

The Diamond Secret

by Suzanne Weyn

After the Russian Revolution, Empress Marie, the czar's mother, who escaped to Paris, offers a reward for the return of her missing granddaughter, the princess Anastasia. Eager to collect the large sum, two friends hatch a plan to fool Empress Marie and convince Nadya, a mischievous and quick-witted kitchen girl at a Russian tavern, to accompany them to France. Nadya resembles the famous Anastasia, but can't remember her life before the revolution. Eager for the future, Nadya and her new friends venture across Europe, discovering new terrain of friendship, family, and love.

Distant Waves: A Novel of the Titanic

by Suzanne Weyn

From the author of REINCARNATION, another historical, supernatural romance, this time focusing on five sisters whose lives are intertwined with the sinking of the Titanic. Science, spiritualism, history, and romance intertwine in Suzanne Weyn's newest novel. Four sisters and their mother make their way from a spiritualist town in New York to London, becoming acquainted with journalist W. T. Stead, scientist Nikola Tesla, and industrialist John Jacob Astor. When they all find themselves on the Titanic, one of Tesla's inventions dooms them...and one could save them.

Dr. Frankenstein's Daughters

by Suzanne Weyn

A new generation is creating a monster.... Doctor Victor Frankenstein's previously unacknowledged beautiful, intelligent twin daughters (from an early marriage when he was a student) have come to Frankenstein's Castle to claim it as their inheritance. Shortly thereafter they learn that a serial killer is on the loose. They try to ignore this -- Gretchen takes up her father's work, while Ingrid throws lavish parties. Gretchen and Ingrid form a love triangle with a young naval officer with a debilitating disease. Though he loves Ingrid, he agrees to work with Gretchen on a series of body transplants that improve his condition. Before long he is even walking without his cane. He does not know that the science that is helping him is the science of death itself . . . A twisted, macabre journey of romance and horror.

Emma's Turn (No Way Ballet #3)

by Suzanne Weyn

Lost at Lincoln Center? Emma Guthrie never wanted to leave New York City and move to Eastbridge. Even though she has two good friends, Charlie and Lindsey, in her ballet class at Miss Claudine's, she misses the city and her friend Kerry. When Miss Claudine's class visits the city to see the Nutcracker Suite ballet, Emma makes plans to meet Kerry. But the reunion doesn't work out as expected-and a disappointed Emma decides she's not going to the ballet performance. Now it's up to Charlie and Lindsey to follow her and save the day. But in doing that, all three girls are in for more adventure-and more ballet-than the rest of the class.

Empty

by Suzanne Weyn

A dystopic look at what happens to one American town when all the fossil fuels run out... It's the near future - the very near future - and the fossil fuels are running out. No gas. No oil. Which means no driving. No heat. Supermarkets are empty. Malls have shut down. Life has just become more local than we ever knew it could be. Nobody expected the end to come this fast. And in the small town of Spring Valley, decisions that once seemed easy are quickly becoming matters of life and death. There is hope - there has to be hope - just there are also sacrifices that need to be made, and a whole society that needs to be rethought.

Faces of the Dead

by Suzanne Weyn

When Marie-Therese, daughter of Marie Antoinette, slips into the streets of Paris at the height of the French Revolution, she finds a world much darker than what she's ever known. When Marie-Thérèse Charlotte of France learns of the powerful rebellion sweeping her country, the sheltered princess is determined to see the revolution for herself. Switching places with a chambermaid, the princess sneaks out of the safety of the royal palace and into the heart of a city in strife. Soon the princess is brushing shoulders with revolutionaries and activists. One boy in particular, Henri, befriends her and has her questioning the only life she's known. When the princess returns to the palace one night to find an angry mob storming its walls, she's forced into hiding in Paris. Henri brings her to the workshop of one Mademoiselle Grosholtz, whose wax figures seem to bring the famous back from the dead, and who looks at Marie-Thérèse as if she can see all of her secrets. There, the princess quickly discovers there's much more to the outside world - and to the mysterious woman's wax figures - than meets the eye.

Forever Angels: Christina’s Dancing Angel

by Suzanne Weyn

Christina dreams of dancing on air, but reality keeps bringing her down to earth. Her dance teacher thinks Christina should give it up, that Christina will never have the right build for dancing. Christina thinks where there's a will, there's a way.

Forever Angels: The Golden Angel

by Suzanne Weyn

Katie feels her whole life is one long series of disasters. "If only I had a million dollars," Katie thinks, "everything would be different." Could there really be buried treasure in the woods? And can Katie find it in time to help her family?

Forever Angels: Katie’s Angel

by Suzanne Weyn

Impossibly lonely after the sudden death of her parents, Katie's having trouble adjusting to her new life. She is sure that no one really cares about her. But Katie's wrong, because there is someone looking after her.

Forever Angels: The Snow Angel

by Suzanne Weyn

Molly can't handle this alone Molly, Katie, Ashley, and Christina have made a snow angel in the woods. The angel is so beautiful that people are coming from miles around to see it. But Molly doesn't seem to notice. Her boyfriend has broken up with her, and Molly is furious because he has taken a fancy to Christina. Then a strange boy comes to live with Molly's family. Liam hasn't spoken since his tragic riding accident, and Molly desperately wants to find a way to reach him. Can an angel help Molly break through Liam's silence and make him realize how special he is?

Gracie

by Suzanne Weyn

The only tie-in book to the summer family movie about a 16-year-old girl who fought for and won the right for girls everywhere to play competitive soccer, inspired by one family's real story. Set in 1978 in South Orange, New Jersey, Gracie tells the moving story of 16-year-old Gracie Bowen (Carly Schroeder of TV's Lizzie McGuire), whose middle-class family life revolves almost entirely around soccer. Tragedy unexpectedly strikes when Gracie's older brother, star of the high school varsity team and her closest confidant, is killed in a drunk-driving accident. Wracked with grief over her family's loss, Gracie decides to fill the void left on her brother's team by petitioning the local school board to allow her to play in the boys' soccer league. At first, no one can understand what Gracie is up to, not her mom (Elisabeth Shue), her former soccer star dad (Dermot Mulroney), the team or school officials. Everyone warns Gracie that pursuing her dream is a waste of time-that soccer is a sport for boys and boys only. Undeterred, Gracie finds reserves of strength she never knew existed, and persists in changing everyone's beliefs in what she is capable of, including her own. Based on true events in the lives of the Shue family (producer and co-star Andrew Shue, Academy Award®-nominated actress Elisabeth Shue and their family), Gracie is an exciting and emotional sports story that marks the dramatic feature debut of Academy Award®-winning director Davis Guggenheim (An Inconvenient Truth). This young adult novel includes an eight-page color photo section and a Q&A with Andrew Shue and Elisabeth Shue about the real-life story behind the film. 8-page color photo insert.

The Haunted Museum #1: The Titanic Locket

by Suzanne Weyn

Don't touch anything in The Haunted Museum! It looks like the high point of Samantha's spring vacation is going to be a glimpse of a cute boy she sees at The Haunted Museum in England. She and her sister, Jessica, and their parents are taking a cruise on the Titanic 2, a replica of the original Titanic, and there's not even wifi! At least the Titanic exhibit at the Haunted Museum had wax figures and beautiful jewels to look at. But from their first day, Samantha and Jessica notice strange things happening. Their cabin number keeps changing. There are creepy scratching sounds coming from between the walls. And a locket that Jess opened at the museum seems to be . . . following them. Is the locket haunted? Or could it be the ship itself? Are there actors in costume walking about the ship . . .or could they be ghosts? Why is Sam's sister calling her by another name? Samantha will have to unravel the threads tying her and her sister to the past, or they could go down with the ship!

The Haunted Museum #2: The Phantom Music Box

by Suzanne Weyn

Don't touch anything in The Haunted Museum! Emma would rather be at her ballet class than at the Haunted Museum, but she can't miss her best friend's birthday party. In a spooky exhibit of music boxes, she's drawn to one in particular, in which a pair of dancers spin slowly to a haunting melody. But that very night, the music box shows up at her door--like it's following her. Emma dances better than she ever imagined when the music box is playing. But that's not all. Sometimes the music speeds up, and the dancers seem to move on their own. Emma finds the lid open, music playing, even when she knows she'd shut it before. And then an eye appears in the mirror inside the lid--someone is watching Emma! The more Emma learns about the history of the music box, the more she realizes she needs to break the hold it has over her before it's too late. But the better she dances when the music plays, the less she wants to!

The Haunted Museum #3: The Pearl Earring

by Suzanne Weyn

Don't touch anything in the Haunted Museum! When Lily accidentally touches a painting at The Haunted Museum, she's pulled into a dangerous fight for her life! The more she learns about the history of the portraits she'd been mesmerized by, the more she finds about the artist who painted them and the girls in the paintings. All the girls seem to have disappeared--but where? Tears on the portraits, dreams about the girls in the pictures - what could it mean? And what happens to Lily if her portrait is painted?

The Haunted Museum #4: The Cursed Scarab

by Suzanne Weyn

Don't touch anything in The Haunted Museum! Taylor has always felt a little like she belonged in ancient Egypt more than she does in the modern day. But when she helps stop a robbery at a branch of The Haunted Museum, the scarab she picks up doesn't seem to want to let her go. Mysterious people follow her from the U.S. all the way to Egypt. Scarabs appear from nowhere. Her dreams (or are they visions?) take her far into the past and show her secrets that have long been buried in desert sands. None of it makes sense, and no one seems to believe that anything out of the ordinary is happening. If Taylor can't untangle the present from the past and break the ancient curse she'd unleashed, she knows that she might be entombed in Egypt forever!

Hilary and the Rich Girl (Baker's Dozen #2)

by Suzanne Weyn

Family of 12 kids. Hilary, one of the girls, wants to make friends with a new girl who has money.

Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom

by Suzanne Weyn

When Indiana Jones finds himself in Shanghai on the wrong end of a deal gone bad, he barely escapes with his life. But he only makes it as far as India before trouble finds him once again.

Invisible World

by Suzanne Weyn

Suzanne Weyn brings her trademark mix of history, romance, and the supernatural to the Salem Witch Trials. For 15-year-old Sarah Owen, having a scientist father is a blessing and a curse. He doesn't bat an eye at her pyschic abilities, since he researches them; and she knows more about the invisible worlds of microbes, electricity, and gravity than most girls in the 17th Century. But when Sarah travels to the Americas with her father to do more research, she's shipwrecked and lands for a time on the Gullah Islands. Later, when the plantation owners find her and send her north to Salem, Massachusetts, her abilities get her into trouble. Can Sarah save herself when she's accused of witchcraft? Or will she and the rest of the innocents she's accused with be found guilty...and sentenced to hanging?

The Little Mermaid: Green-Eyed Pearl

by Suzanne Weyn

The little mermaid princess, Ariel, and her six older sisters--Aquata, Alana, Andrina, Attina, Adella, and Arista--live in a glorious castle deep below the ocean. But growing up in a palace isn't easy...espe­cially with seven teenage mermaids and a strict father all living under one roof! Join the favorite characters from Disney's recent classic film The Little Mermaid as they discover that life under the sea is fun, fascinating...and always full of surprises! Ariel is miserable when her father invites Countess Oystera's stuck-up, bossy daughter, Pearl, to stay at the palace. But things get much worse when Pearl discovers Ariel's secret collection of land objects and threatens to tell King Triton. Desperate for Pearl's secrecy, Ariel agrees to do anything and everything Pearl asks. But when Pearl is suddenly captured by fisher­men, will Ariel put aside her bad feelings for the selfish mermaid...and help save her life?

Make Room for Patty (Baker's Dozen #1)

by Suzanne Weyn

Patty is adopted into the Baker family, which already has twelve children, and she must share a room with Hilary, another eight-year-old who resents her.

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