American Girl

American Girl ...

Tenney Grant: When Tenney gets invited to perform solo for an audience of Music City VIPs, the pressure is on to write the song that will show what she's made of. Then she discovers that her unwritten song isn’t the only thing standing in between her and her future as a musician—her own mother thinks that she’s too young to perform professionally. But what if this is Tenney’s only chance to make her dreams come true?

Gabriela: Gabriela has grown up surrounded by the arts—dance, painting, music, and theater. But poetry is becoming her art form of choice, for good reason: she struggles with stuttering and poetry helps her words flow more freely. Although Gabriela is a bit quiet, when she does speak, she is sharp, honest, and funny. But can she learn to harness the power of her words and her creativity to help save her beloved community arts center from being torn down?

Z Yang: Z knows what she’s doing when it comes to making movies. She’s an expert at stop-motion video. In this first book about the aspiring filmmaker, Z has to make a whole new kind of movie—a documentary—and it’s harder than she thought. Z wants to wow the judges, but she’s not sure her ideas are good enough for a film festival. With the help of her friends, Z shoots a lot of footage, but something about it doesn’t feel right. Should she start over? As she tries to make a movie she can be proud of, Z discovers that to be a real filmmaker, she’ll first have to be her real self.

Three new girls with all the stuff that the American Girls are made.

American Girl ...

• Chapter Books
• Library Bound
• Interest Level: Grades: 3-5
• Ages: 8-12
• Pages: 176
• Size: 5.2” x 7.5”

American Girl (6 titles)
Tenney (American Girl: Tenney Grant #1), Kellen Hertz
Tenney Shares the Stage (American Girl: Tenney Grant #2),
Kellen Hertz

Tenney in the Key of Friendship (American Girl: Tenney Grant #3), Kellen Hertz
Gabriela (American Girl of the Year 2017 #1), Teresa E. Harris
Gabriela Speaks Out (American Girl of the Year 2017 #2),
Teresa E. Harris

The Real Z (American Girl: Z Yang #1), Jen Calonita





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