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"Enough games,­" the man said, raising the gun yet again. "And enough of the Population Police, I say.­" This time he cocked the gun and aimed carefully. This is real, Luke thought. This is really going to happen. "No, don't!­" he screamed. Luke Garner is a third-­born in a restrictive society that allows only two children per family. Risking his life, he came out of hiding to fight against the Population Police laws. Now, in the final volume of Margaret Peterson Haddix's suspenseful Shadow Children series, Luke inadvertently sets off a rebellion that results in the overthrow of the government. The people are finally free. But who is in charge now? And will this new freedom be everything they had hoped? With all of the plot twists and excitement Haddix's fans have come to expect, Among the Free brings the Shadow Children sequence to a chilling conclusion.

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Jonah’­s new twin must time travel and face off against his siblings’ worst enemy in order to save the future—­and his family—­in the eighth and final book of the New York Times bestselling The Missing series, which Kirkus Reviews calls “­plenty of fun and great for history teachers as well.­”
After traveling through history multiple times and finding out his original identity, Jonah thought he’­d fixed everything. But some of his actions left unexpected consequences. His parents—­and many other adults—­are still stuck as teenagers. And now Jonah has a new sibling, an identical twin brother named Jordan.

As odd as all this is for Jonah, it’­s beyond confusing for Jordan. How does everyone in his family have memories of Jonah when he doesn’­t? How can his annoying kid sister Katherine speak so expertly about time travel—­and have people from the future treating her with respect? A few rash moves...

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TEN-­YEAR-­OLD GIRLS DON'T WEAR WIGS So why is Anya wearing one? That's what Keely's friend Stef wants to know. She even wants Keely to tug on it, just to see if it's real. Keely wants to know too -- but when Anya's wig falls off in front of the whole class, Keely discovers that what she really wants is to help Anya feel better. As for Anya, she just wants her hair to grow back, but no one, not even the doctors, knows whether it ever will. How can she come to terms with her disease when she can't even look in the mirror? In this heart-­tugging story of friendship, renowned author Margaret Peterson Haddix introduces readers to a young girl with alopecia areata, a life-­altering disease that affects millions of people in the United States alone.

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A Simon & Schuster eBook. Simon & Schuster has a great book for every reader.

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It's hard enough being the new kid in school. It's even tougher when all of your new classmates live in big houses and wear expensive clothes, while your parents have little and are risking everything just to give you a chance at a better life.
Now Janie's about to do something that will make her stand out even more among the rich kids at Satterthwaite School. Something that will have everyone wondering just who Janie Sams really is. And something that will mean totally unexpected changes for Janie and her family.

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