Buy 2 get 1 FREE. Terms & Conditions Apply. Consigned item sold "As Is/ Where Is" with no guarantees, warranties, refunds or exchanges. Not for the fussy. bookmemorylane 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! Amazon Reviews Heartpounding Suspense By Kimberly Scott on May 23, 2014 The Haunted Museum: The Titanic Locket by Suzanne Weyn is an amazing beginning to a great new series for young readers! What begins as a simple family vacation for sisters, Samantha and Jessica, quickly becomes an action packed mystery complete with frightening spirits who have returned to the Titanic 2 to take care of some "unfinished business". But will this become the end of Samantha and Jessica? Will they share the same awful fate as the passengers of the original Titanic? Weyn has created an amazing suspense-filled story with unexpected twists and turns, as well as heart-pounding spookiness, that left me guessing until the very end. Filled with a bit of mystery, romance, creepy ghosts, and intriguing history, this story is sure to capture the imagination of any young reader. An excellent story and fast-paced thriller to encourage young readers to further explore the history of the Titanic and its array of passengers. I loved this book and look forward to the next installment, The Haunted Museum #2: The Phantom Music Box to be released August 26th, 2014. FIVE stars! A Haunted Adventure By JAScribbles on June 13, 2014 The Haunted Museum is part of Scholastic's Hauntings book series. I already have another book from this group in my pile. Jessica and Samantha are on the Titanic 2 - a replica ship. The girls even get to dress in clothes from 1912. The story contained some historical information on the original Titanic - it's layout, passengers, and occurrences as the ship was sinking. I personally was hoping for more, but I feel middle grade readers will find it just right. The mystery is fun. There are creepy ghosts and a cute boy. Perfect. More info on the ship's grandeur and it's movement through the water would have added to the story's atmosphere - sadly these were not presented. Thank you Scholastic and NetGalley for the review copy of this book. I feel this would be a nice title for female readers who enjoy historical settings. The ghost scenes are not too scary. It may entice young readers to research the Titanic - a good thing. Definitely Scary By Valerie A. Baute on May 20, 2014 The rules are simple. You aren't supposed to touch anything in the Haunted Museum. There is a reason for that, a very scary reason. Don't touch a piece of the Titanic right before you take a cruise on the new Titanic replica ship. Sisters Samantha and Jessica learn that the hard way, and learn a lot more than they thought they would about that fateful ship. This was a very quick read. I would give it to second through fifth graders that like scary stories. I picked it up because I like all things Titanic. In that aspect, I was somewhat disappointed. There really wasn't enough Titanic for me. Just because a child likes the Titanic doesn't mean they will enjoy this book. It really is mostly just a scary story. It was a good scary story. Kids will definitely like it. I can already see myself passing this one along to any child that wants scary stories. It will surely be a great series all around. Love By Paul William Dare on May 1, 2014 this is a very good book for my 10 year-old she thought it was really good! you have to get this book Great book! By Kelly Ahlander on October 25, 2015 This was a great book! Jessica and Samantha go on a vacation to England to take a cruise on the Titanic 2, a replica of the original Titanic, and there's not even Wi-Fi! When they go to their cabin, they notice some odd things going on. Their cabin number keeps changing from 266 to 299. They also hear unusual scratching and whimpering behind the wall. Could someone be stalking them? Find out when you read this amazing book! Can't Wait for More By Mary Bourque on May 15, 2014 From a 9-year old girl: It was very interesting. I couldn't stop reading because I wanted to see what happened next. I can't wait for more books in this series. http://www.amazon.com/The-Haunted-Museum-Titanic-Hauntings/dp/0545588421
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