Summer 2014, Scholastic, 213 pp
January 2013, Scholastic, 250 pp
Giselle and Ingrid are the twin daughters of Doctor Victor Frankenstein, but they are very different people, and when they inherit his castle in the Orkney Islands, Giselle dreams of holding parties and inviting society – but Ingrid is fascinated by her father’s forbidden experiments.
October 2013, Scholastic, 208 pp
The third book in the Bar Code series, in which one girl struggles to escape the conformity of a dystopian world. Grace lives a normal life. She goes to school during the day and works part-time at the multinational corporation Global-1. She has a crush on a boy named Eric and wonders if he feels the same way. And when she turns seventeen, she’s going to get a bar code tattoo. As soon as Grace does, she comes home to find her family gone and Global-1 police swarming all over the place. In a split second, her life changes. Now she’s on the run, part of a dark conspiracy and an extraordinary prophecy that will change the world forever.
August 2012, Scholastic, 240 pp
For 15-year-old Sarah Owen, having a scientist father is a blessing and a curse. He doesn’t bat an eye at her psychic 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.
Fall 2010, Scholastic, 192 pp