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All-American Girl Top Ten Reasons Samantha Madison is in Deep Trouble Her big sister is the most popular girl in school Her little sister is a certified genius She s in love with her big sister s boyfriend She got caught selling celebrity portraits in school And now she s being forced to take art classes She s just saved the president of the United States from an assassination attempt So the whole world thinks she is a hero Even though Sam knows she is far, far from being a hero And now she s been appointed teen ambassador to the UNAnd the number one reason Sam s life is overThe president s son just might be in love with her



10 thoughts on “All-American Girl

  1. says:

    This is a good book if you re just looking for a quick read on vacation or a weekend Not too intellectually stimulating but, like many of Meg Cabot s books, a good day dream.


  2. says:

    Top Ten Reasons WHY You Should Read This Book 10 It s by Meg Cabot, the brilliant woman behind The Mediator Series, The Princess Diaries and other stuffish 9 It s a nice break from all those SUPER SERIOUS SMART BOOKS you read and, let s face it, you need a break and some good chick lit I mean, it s great to constantly improve your mind with salad and oatmeal, but in between a good


  3. says:

    I love this book I read it when I was in the fifth grade and when I reread it now it brings back so many old memories, good and bad I remember back in fifth grade I had like the biggest crush on these 2 guys who shall remain nameless and I just wouldn t shut up about it Honestly I m a bit shocked I got through the fifth grade without getting strangled by my friends at least once I talk


  4. says:

    Samantha is caught selling celebrity portraits at school and so her mother decides that maybe she needs a creative outlet and signs her up for art classes Samantha does not want to take art classes, she doesn t think that they would be any use to her, and when she runs it by her older sister s boyfriend, Jack whom she s secretly in love with he totally agrees with her Samantha decides to ju


  5. says:

    Short, fast paced, easy read and hilarious like all of Meg Cabot s books.The story was a bit similar the writing style to the princess diaries series.Highly recommended this for teens.


  6. says:

    Audiobook rating 4,5 starsContent rating 4 starsShort, fast paced and exactly what I imagined Samantha would sounds like I really, really enjoy this audiobook A sweet reminiscent of what my taste as a tween is like I definitely couldn t appreciate this book as much as I appreciated it as a silly little girl, but I think it s still a reasonably good book to read for a silly, angsty tween P


  7. says:

    Sopho Samantha Madison is redheaded, a middle child, left handed, and, in her opinion, one of the only teenage girls left who have not succumbed to the soul sucking fashion trends of modern day society She s a wannabe radical she dyed her wardrobe black, and she s in love with her popular older sister Lucy s boyfriend Jack, who s as radical as they get Sam thinks it s the end of her already lousy world wh


  8. says:

    Samantha Madison, 15, saves the president of the United States from an assassination attempt, and the next thing you know we are in a Meg Cabot of The Princess Diaries type of young adult romance novel She is sure she s in love with her sister s boyfriend, but everyone else is sure it s with David, the boy she met in her new art class that turns out to be no less than the president s son It was fun, completely


  9. says:

    Samantha Madison was an ordinary teenager who has a great talent for drawing, but she has a weird habit is that she only wears black no matter what Comparing to her two extraordinary sisters she is always the one who is being left out and forgot, but I guess she was satisfied with her life now Samantha s older sister named Lucy and she is one of the most beautiful and popular girl in her high school Her younger sis


  10. says:

    I haven t read this in years It isn t exactly as I remember, but still entertaining I am really glad I got through the phase of being like Sam fast when I was growing up the lack of maturity, the know it all demeanorit is grating now, whereas I had been all YAS GRL as a middle schooler high schooler Signs that 10 years of maturing experiences change one s perspective.


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