Book Reviews of First Daughter: White House Rules (First Daughter)

First Daughter: White House Rules (First Daughter)
First Daughter White House Rules - First Daughter
Author: Mitali Perkins
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ISBN-13: 9780525479512
ISBN-10: 0525479511
Publication Date: 1/24/2008
Pages: 224
Reading Level: Young Adult
Rating:
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5 stars, based on 1 rating
Publisher: Dutton Juvenile
Book Type: Hardcover
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Reviewed by Harmony for TeensReadToo.com

In the second book of the FIRST DAUGHTER series, Sameera is unpacking boxes and exploring the White House with her cousin, Miranda. Sameera loves living in the White House. She gets to explore, learn to waltz, and she stills keeps writing in her blog.

But she's also beginning to realize that life in the White House may not be a fairy tale. Bobby, her friend and the guy she likes, stopped calling after her dad became President. When she learns it's because of religious beliefs, she's outraged, just as Bobby is.

There's also a comment left on her blog that leaves her wondering if she really could survive in the real world. She soon hatches a plan to find out -- and it seems that to make life a fairy tale, people have to be willing to take some chances.

To be honest, I love all of those movies about the President's daughter (Chasing Liberty especially), so I was sure I'd love a series of books about the First Daughter, too. I was right!

This book was great. Sameera is one of the best characters I've read about in a while. She's spirited and daring, but she's also honest and she knows when to stop. All of the other characters were amazing, too. WHITE HOUSE RULES is a fun, quirky read and I'd recommend it to anyone, even if you're not a fan of these types of movies.