All of Tenney’s book covers and summaries have been leaked via Amazon! :)
Tenney – Tenney’s biggest dream is to share what’s in her heart through music. Little does she know, she’s about to get the opportunity of a lifetime. When Tenney gets invited to perform solo at Nashville’s famed Bluebird Cafe, the pressure is on to write the song that will show what she’s made of. But then Tenney’s parents decide that she’s too young to perform professionally, leaving her future hanging in the balance. What if this is Tenney’s only chance to make her dreams come true?
Tenney in the Key of Friendship – 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. When Tenney and her best friend, Jaya, learn that a storm has ravaged the Bengali town where Jaya’s cousin lives, 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 . . .
Tenney Shares the Stage – Tenney & Logan are a harmonious match onstage, but behind the scenes, they are totally out of tune. With her recording contract signed, Tenney is ready to make the album of her dreams . . . she just wishes she didn’t have to do it with moody Logan Everett! They’re supposed to be songwriting partners, but Logan doesn’t even seem to be trying. Just when it looks like they’ve found their harmony, Logan suddenly disappears, and Tenney wonders if he has bailed on their act. A couple of months ago, Tenney would have gladly taken the opportunity to go solo. But as she learns more of Logan’s story, she begins to wonder: Do she and Logan need each other-and their music-now more than ever before?
I’ve heard from some other people that the book, Tenney’s journal, has several illustrations. If that is so, and I hope it is, I think that is a good call. Kids love illustrations. I do too! XD
I am actually very impressed by Tenney’s books! Her storylines are unique, and I’m very interested in reading them! :D The last line in the book 3 summary could be hinting at something, but I’ll try to be optimistic about it. ;)
What are your thoughts on Tenney’s books?
– American Girl Doll Artist
P.S. I’m taking a college class and have been super busy with school and stuff, so please don’t be alarmed if I go for long periods of time without posting! ;) <3