Singer and Song Writer, Natalie Grant has written two books with her daughters
called, “Glimmer Girls.”
My daughter volunteered to read them and in return for her complimentary copies, she wrote a review. She is an avid reader and loves to write, so this is her first foray into book review and promotion.
As part of this review and blog post #FlyBy promotions is offering one of my readers the 2 book set by mail! Please leave a comment on this blog post and let me know that you’d like to enter the giveaway!
Glimmer Girls was a really good series!
In London Art Chase not only do twins Maddie, Mia, and their little sister Lulu
learn about history but they also learn about God and how to have a relationship
Also, in that same book Maddie learns how to be brave and bold like her sister, Mia. So, in the book Maddie, Mia, and Lulu go to London on tour with their mom Gloria Glimmer, who is a famous singer.
While visiting London they go to an art museum with their nanny, Ms. Julia and
discover that a thief is at large, or not? Despite the odds against them, the girls go
chasing this “thief” all over London till they find him going into a National
Archives building; which they find strange because archives are designed to protect art, not to steal it!
Later they learn that the so called “thief” is Mr. Hughes. Mr. Hughes is the head
archivist and he says that anybody who worked there wouldn’t steal anything.
Yet, later on, when Mia and Lulu are taking a nap, Maddie sneaks out and finds out that the real art thief was Aria, an employee at the archivist building.
“A Dolphin Wish” has a similar plot but Mia has to find out who’s letting animals out of their habitats at the adventure park. I will say that the conclusion has an ending
that keeps you on the edge of your seat. Read the book to find out what happens
to the animals and if Mia can figure out whom the culprit is!
This promotion is a for a two-book fiction series for 9-12 year old girls from award winning singer Natalie Grant.
Grant says: “Glimmer Girls is a fiction series that I have created with my daughters. The story-line is about three girls who go on tour with their singing mom. I have no idea where I came up with that plot! It’s fun for my little girls to help with the content because they actually live that life. Glimmer is the last name of the family, but it also has a special meaning. It is a light that is never extinguished. Sometimes it may glimmer a little bit brighter, sometimes it may glimmer a little bit dimmer, but it never goes out. I felt like that was such a perfect description for all of us. We all have a light on the inside and depending on the day, sometimes it’s bright and sometimes it’s dim. That is the message I wanted girls to get from this book. You don’t always have to be shining bright, some days are going to be more difficult than others, but Jesus has put a light in you that will never go out.”