Published On: Tue, Jun 28th, 2016

Natalie Grant’s ‘Miracle in Music City’ challenges and entertains with a great message for ‘tween girls’

Some may know Natalie Grant as a top-selling Christian and gospel artist, but now you can know her love of God through her tween books.

In her series of Glimmer Girls you will meet twin sisters Mia, Maddie, and little sister LuLu. They are three God loving, smart, and sassy sisters on different amazing family adventures.

Do you love mysteries? Do you let God work things out or do you try to handle things by yourself?

"Miracle in Music City" is the latest from Natalie Grant's Glimmer Girls series

“Miracle in Music City” is the latest from Natalie Grant’s Glimmer Girls series

The book Miracle in Music City is third in the series of Glimmer Girls.  It is filled with mystery and learning to let God handle it.

In the beginning the girls are coming back from a very adventurous summer with lots of traveling with the family. The twins struggle with trying to fit back in with their best friends, while LuLu struggle with trying to write a story for class.

As the pages turn the family will host a silent auction at the Grand Ole Opry to raise money and make a difference in people lives. The girls may get to perform if they keep their hearts in the right place. Before the night of the auction, something very special goes missing and the girls are in for another adventure.

Will they keep their eyes on the lord and let him work or will they let the mystery of what happen take them over?

Grant shows the readers that you’re never too young to make a difference —  “Instead of looking at how big the problem seems, remember that the littlest things you do can make all the difference.”  

If you are a tween girl and loves mysteries or if you’re a mom of a tween girl then this book is for you. From the first pages it will capture your attention until the mystery is solved.

Overall Miracle in Music City receives 4 stars out of 5 stars
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