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September 7, 2016

Wee Read Wednesday: Miracle in Music City

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In this third title in the Faithgirlz Glimmer Girls series by Natalie Grant, Miracle in Music City, the Glimmer Girls are at it again—looking for a mystery to solve. Gloria wants her daughters to learn they aren’t too young to make a difference, so she gets them involved in her annual benefit and auction. But as things often do with the trio of smart and sassy sisters, they get themselves and their nanny Miss Julia involved in a lot more than just helping mom raise money for a worthy and wonderful cause.

Our Thoughts:
My daughter has been enjoying this series so much, and this book was her favorite of the series so far. I enjoyed the trip to Nashville and the Grand Ole Opry, and had fun reminiscing of my old trip to the Opry many years ago.

In this book, the sisters find themselves at odds with their best friends. They have returned from tour and found their friends not that interested in hearing about their summer. To top it all off, the sisters have the opportunity to sing at the Opry and cannot wait to tell their friends all about it. Only their friends do not seem to care.

At the Opry, the sisters land themselves in the middle of the mystery disappearance of a valuable guitar. As they begin the search to find the missing piece, they end up in the type of fun antics we have come to expect from the Glimmer sisters. They are so much fun to read about and imagine yourself in their lives.

Once again the Glimmer Girls teach us valuable lessons about friendships, caring for others, and holding our friends dear. I thought it was a fun read myself, and I love that my daughter is having so much fun with these books.