Saturday, October 2, 2010

All American Girl
by Meg Cabot

All American Girl
Meg Cabot
Grades 6 and up
YA Fiction

From the author of the Princess Diaries, comes a story about your average sophomore named Samantha. She is the middle child. Her older sister is popular, gets good grades and gets along with their parents (most of the time). Her younger sister is a genius and goes to a special school to take advance classes. Sam is not popular, struggles in her German class and does not get along with her parents. When she gets in trouble her punishment is to take art classes. Through the classes she grows both as an artist and a person. In the meantime, she saves the President of the United States life, stands up to Him for something she believes in and realizes sometimes the best things in life are right in front of you.

I thought this was a laugh-out-loud good book. This book would be great for our younger readers who would like to start reading longer books and/or young adult books. It would also be a great book for reluctant readers. It is a great, easy, relaxing read.

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