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Name  Suzanne Weyn
Role  Author
Education  Binghamton University

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Born  July 6, 1955 (age 60) Flushing, New York, United States (1955-07-06)
Genre  Fantasy, Science fiction, Romantic comedy, Children's literature, Young adult literature
Notable works  The Bar Code Tattoo, The Bar Code Rebellion, The Bar Code Prophecy, Reincarnation
Books  The Bar Code Tattoo, Distant Waves, Bar Code Rebellion, The Crimson Thread, Reincarnation
Similar People  Cameron Dokey, Debbie Viguie, Nancy Holder, Elizabeth J Braswell, Heather Brewer

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Suzanne Weyn (born July 7, 1955, Long Island, New York) is an American author. She primarily writes children's and young adult science fiction and fantasy novels. and has written over fifty novels and short stories. She is best known for The Bar Code Tattoo, The Bar Code Rebellion and The Bar Code Prophecy. The Bar Code Tattoo has been translated into German, and in 2007 was nominated for the Jugendliteraturpreis for youth literature given by the German government. It was a 2007 Nevada Library nominee for Young Adult literature and American Library Association 2005 Quick Pick for Reluctant Young Adult Readers.

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Biography

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Weyn spent her childhood in New York City and graduated from Nassau Community College in 1975 and the Binghamton University in 1977. Following college, Weyn worked as an editor of teen magazines at Starlog Press before starting her writing career. She has been an editor at Scholastic, Inc. and has taught expository, children's, and business writing at New York University and City College of New York. She has a Masters of Science in teaching adolescents from Pace University.

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Weyn has written several novel series for teenage girls, and numerous film novelizations. She has written three fairy tale retellings in the Once Upon a Time (book series) from Simon & Schuster: The Night Dance: a Retelling of The Twelve Dancing Princesses, Water Song: A Retelling of The Frog Prince, and The Crimson Thread: A Retelling of Rumplestiltskin.

Books and novels

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  • Return to Cybertron, 1984
  • The Revenge of the Decepticons, 1984
  • Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, 1987 (based on the 1937 film)
  • The Day the Frogs Came to Lunch, 1988
  • Love Song, 1988
  • Little Women Diary, 1988
  • Into the Dream, 1989
  • All Alone in the Eighth Grade, 1992
  • Elliot's Ghost, 1993
  • My Brother, the Ghost, 1994
  • Jeepers Creepers (House of Horrors 3)
  • Catch That Kid, 2004 (film novelization)
  • Mission without Permission, 2004
  • The Renaissance Kids, 2004
  • The Bar Code Tattoo, 2004
  • The Museum Chase, 2004
  • Sleepover, 2004 (film novelization)
  • An Amazing Journey, 2005
  • The Night Dance: a Retelling of The Twelve Dancing Princesses, 2005
  • South Beach Sizzle, with Diana Gonzalez, 2005
  • The Bar Code Rebellion, 2006
  • Water Song: A Retelling of The Frog Prince, 2006
  • Snowflake, 2006
  • Gracie, 2007 (film novelization)
  • Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium, 2007 (film novelization)
  • Reincarnation, 2008
  • The Crimson Thread: A Retelling of Rumpelstiltskin, 2008
  • Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, 2008 (juvenile film novelization)
  • The Diamond Secret: A Retelling of Anastasia, 2009
  • Distant Waves: A Novel of the Titanic, 2009, Scholastic Press, ISBN 978-0-545-08572-4
  • Empty, 2010 (forthcoming)
  • The Bar Code Prophecy, 2012
  • The Haunted Museum : The Titanic Locket,2013
  • "Makeover" series

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  • The Makeover Club, 1986
  • The Makeover Summer, 1988
  • The Makeover Campaign, 1990
  • "No Way Ballet" series

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  • Stepping Out, 1990
  • A Twist of Fate, 1990
  • Emma's Turn, 1990
  • Stage Fright, 1990
  • Pointing toward Trouble, 1990
  • Three for the Show, 1990
  • "Sitting Pretty" series

  • Checking In, 1990
  • True Blue, 1991
  • Star Magic, 1991
  • Liza's Lucky Break, 1991
  • A Chance for Chris, 1991
  • Boy Trouble, Troll Associates 1991
  • "Cover Kids" series

  • Nicole's Chance, 1994
  • Tracey's Tough Choice, 1994
  • Ashley's Big Mistake, 1994
  • Chloe Mania!, 1994
  • References

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