Wednesday, May 3, 2017

The Right Track by Harmony Jones - ADVISABLE

Jones, Harmony The Right Track, 228 pages. Bloomsbury Children’s Books, 2016. $16.99. Language: G (0 swears, 0 ‘F’); Mature Content: PG; Violence: PG 13.

Jackson and Donna are getting divorced because Jackson is a country singer and he spends more time going on tours than spending time with his daughter, Lark Campbell. Lark and Donna leave Nashville and they move to LA. Lark is homesick she misses Nashville and her dad Jackson. On the first day of school she meets Mimi (who becomes her best friend). Mimi likes to film and edit videos. Lark’s mom, Donna, makes people famous and some British guys are coming to her house, they are Ollie the vocalist, Aidan uses the keyboard and Max who uses the drums.

This book worked a lot for me because I really liked how Lark first is very shy and scared to sing in front of people and at the end of the book she is not, and she makes a big change in her life. I also like it because it is a pretty cool story.   

MS, HS - ADVISABLE 8th Grade Student Reviewer EB

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