When Sam is sent to take art lessons, she thinks she's ruined. While she's ditching the lessons, she notices something strange about the man next to her. Next thing she knows, she's tackling the trench coat man, and saves the President. From there, Susan, the art teacher, blackmails Sam into coming to the lessons, which she grows to love just as much as her growing feelings for David, the Presidents son. Another enjoyable novel by Cabot, that all teens will enjoy.
I really enjoyed this book because it is one of the sweetest books I have read. I like the idea of Samantha not being the prettiest girl and that she is kind of a rebel. This makes many types of people want to read this book. I like the fact that she described as not very pretty and ending up with a cute guy.
This book, was so interesting and exhilarating i could not put it down , the relationship between david and samantha was so amazingly beautiful.David and Samantha remind me of people , they are such realistic characters, except for the fact that she saves the president of the United States life. lol, but still, this book was amazing , and if you havent read it yet, do it now ! trust me you wont be able to put it down.
All-American Girl, by Meg Cabot, is a hilarious book about what happens to a normal teenager who saves the president's life. Samantha Madison may have to wear her older sister's hand-me-down bras and in love with her boyfriend, but when she saves the president from being shot, she suddenly becomes a hero. She is appointed teen ambassador to the UN and becomes famous. This would all be cool, if she actually was a hero. And another thing: the First Son might be in love with her.
This is another hilarious book by the author of the popular Princess Diaries series. All-American Girl is a cool book with a creative and imaginative plot. If you want a good laugh and learn exclusive information about the White House, read this book.
Sam saves the president and the president's son just might be in love with her. On top of that, her art class is driving her wild and she's in love with her sister's boyfriend. What's a girl to do?
Despite the fluffy summary I just gave and the weird summary in the book, I found this novel exceptionally deep. Sam's often naive perspective on the world changes dramatically throughout the book. Only when she's shown the obvious does she see. As my title states, maybe when you read the book, you see and read the words but don't actually read between the lines.
Samantha Madison is a normal teenager until she saves the president while ditching her art class. He is very grateful and invites her and her family to have dinner with his. She meets David, the president's son. She kind of likes him, and he kinda likes her. There's only one problem: she's in love with her popular sister's boyfriend. Read this book if you like the Princess Diaries because this is a great, fun book that you will love. I know I do.
This is my favorite Meg Cabot book, and one of my favorite books ever. All-American girl's main character, Sam, is a Gwen Stefani-loving, all-black-wearing, celebrity-drawing, totally not what you think of from the title (All-American brings to mind a cheerleader living in suburbia, you know?) awesome girl who saves the life of the President, and ends up falling in love with his son.
This book is amazing. It has fabulous, believable characters--cheerleading, makeup-loving older sister Lucy, freaky-genius, sci-fi fan little sister Rebecca, super-tough housekeeper Theresa, and so many more. Everything in this book is well-thought-out and well written, and the result is something that everyone should read!
Samatha Madison is a middle child stuck between a perfect cheerleader older sister and a super brainy younger sister. After her parents discover that her artistic talent is distracting her from her schoolwork, they enroll her in an art class, something she is very unhappy about. After all, she already knows how to draw! After skipping her second art class, she "happens" to save the life of the President of the United States when she jumps the guy who tries to shoot him. Soon, Samantha Madison becomes a household name around the world as the girl who saved the president's life. If that doesn't change her life enough, she discovers that she just might have feelings for the president's son (as much as she tries to deny it) who also happens to be in her art class!
This story is very realistic and at the same time very fairytale! It has everything you need- humor, romance, fame etc. I definitely recommend it. (I own it so I've read it like five times.)
Samantha Madison is just a regular girl. She's fifteen years old, a sophmore in high school, and doesn't pay attention in Deutsch class. But then she saves the president's life, and her world turns upside down. First she's appointed Teen Ambassador to the U.N. Then she thinks that the president's son, David, might like her. But she's totally in love with her sister's boyfriend. So what's this weird frission thing with David? Sam is a believable heroine, and she's easy to empathize with. Meg Cabot has written another winner with this book which girls all over the world will love.
This book is filled with excitement. Samntha Madson is a 10th grade rebel who also has some artistic talent.But she gets caught selling celebrity dawings and must go to her art class. She hates her art class her teachr is feaky and has a evil pet bird, her teacher keeps telling her she not drawing right and she cant add pinapples to her bowl of fruit picture and theres a cute boy named David. She refuses to go to art class the next time so plays hooky and goes to her favorite cd store and cookie store. When she exits to go wait for her ride home she sees the president and a bunch of secret service men walk into the cookie store but she also sees a man with a gun who wants to shoot the president. She does the only thing she can do and tackles the man to the ground. To find out what happends next read All-American Girl