Friday, February 26, 2016

Jack & Louisa: Act 2 by Andrew Keenan-Bolger & Kate Wetherhead / Book Launch Monday 2/29 @ Books of Wonder

Co-Authors, Andrew Keenan-Bolger and Kate Wetherhead have recently released the second book in their Jack & Louisa series from Penguin Random House. While I have not yet read their books, I am planning on doing so soon! It sounds like a great series. 

The Jack & Louisa series follows two 12-year-old friends from Shaker Heights, Ohio, who have a passion for musical theater, and in the second book, Jack & Louisa: Act 2, the title characters are hoping to get lead roles in the Shaker Heights Middle School production of Guys and DollsBut a mysterious new director soon arrives to town and threatens to meddle with their dreams…


By: Andrew Keenan-Bolger & Kate Wetherhead
Published by: Penguin Random House
Released on: February 16th, 2016
Series: Jack & Louisa #2
Purchase from: Amazon | B&N
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After a whirlwind trip to the musical theater capital of the world—New York City—best friends Jack and Louisa soon discover that their encore performances might be a bit closer to home than expected.

Shaker Heights Middle School has announced a production of Guys and Dolls, a classic American musical and one of Jack and Lou's favorites. With Jack starring as Nathan and Louisa as Adelaide, the pair are certain they'll tear down the roof of their school's auditorium. But a mysterious new director soon arrives in town and threatens to meddle with Jack and Lou's dreams. Will Louisa make it through a Broadway-level dance call? Can Jack beat out his new competition? And is Shaker Heights big enough for two Broadway legends?

Don't miss their book launch happening on Monday, February 29 from 6:00PM-8:00PM at Books of Wonder, NYC.

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