Friday, March 3, 2017
Book Review - American Girl: Tenney Grant: Tenney in the Key of Friendship
About the Book
Tenney Grant is a star on the rise. She knows that building a music career takes time and dedication. So does being a good friend. In this second story about the aspiring singer-songwriter, Tenney and her best friend, Jaya, learn that a storm has ravaged the Bengali town where Jaya's cousin lives, and they spring into action to raise money to rebuild her school. Meanwhile, Tenney begins rehearsing with a talented-and stubborn--young drummer named Logan. When their manager books the duo to play at Nashville's City Music Festival, it's a dream come true for Tenney--until she finds out that the performance is on the same day as Jaya's fund-raiser. It feels as if music is tearing these two friends apart. Unless, Tenney realizes, there's a way music can bring them back together . . .
My Take on the Book
My daughters have been big fans of American Girl books in the past and this book continues the great tradition of books that they have offered from the past and introduces you to some amazing new characters too. One of the things that my daughters love about this is that not only do you get strong male characters but in this book you get the first male American Girl character that they have turned into a doll too. Logan was a surprise for my daughters and I was surprised to hear that they were interested in getting him, as much as having the Tenney doll too. The other thing they loved about this story is that it has a lot of heart and as both my girls love music, they love Tenney's passion for the music she creates. This is simply a great book that your American Girl fan will love!
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