something a little different from the books I usually review.

I’m too old to know an awful lot about Ariana Grande but I am not that far under the rock that I don’t know she’s a huge star. And I watched Big Brother with Frankie.

So I was interested in learning more about Ariana, her career and her as a person. This book accomplishes that in technicolor. Lots of great pics, interesting side bars, a good timeline of her career, and some good insights into her as a person.

Suited for young readers, as well as old ones like me (when I was the target age for this kind of book it would have featured A-ha or Pierre Cosso, and if you don’t know who they are: google them. Trust me!)