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But when a new girl moves to town and discovers Gracie's Internet blog identity, Gracie is forced to discover God's purpose in belonging. She decides recruit three very different girls for her "Blog Team."
The Blog On fiction series from Faithgirlz! encourages girls to use the Internet to stay connected to life, each other, and God. Life online can be a minefield. Though it has potential dangers, it also has the ability to unite and connect kids with their friends and families in powerful new ways. Recommended for ages 8 to 12.
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Publication Date: 2009
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Series: Faithgirlz! Blog On
Dandi Daley Mackall, author of numerous books, creates an honest and realistic tale in the first book of her Blog On series. Grace Notes explores the issues of popularity, worry, friendships, and personal appearance that pre-teen girls will understand and appreciate.
This book focuses on Grace and her ownership of a webpage on the Internet called Thats What You Think! Grace may feel invisible in the real world, but she finds her voice on the web. Through it she is able to use her gift of writing to portray her thoughts on life without giving away her true identity. Then, Graces virtual world falls apart when she receives an e-mail from someone who threatens to blow her cover. By the end of the story, Grace learns an important lesson about love and the body of Christ.
Although the writing is not classic literature material, Mackall will hold her readers attention with well-developed characters who are both lovable and realistic. Pre-teen girls will see themselves in Grace, and other readers will learn the importance of fellowship along with these characters.
Grace Notes portrays the life of an average America teen with a personal story. It reveals what goes on inside a normal girls head. The tale is somehow familiar, but that is exactly why Mackalls readers will enjoy it. The book will teach girls who may feel like Grace a significant lesson and get them hooked on the Blog On series along the way. Amy Nickerson, Christian Book Previews.com
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