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.
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.
Samantha will keep you laughing with her failed attempts to escape her conscience and lists of reasons why this or that. Lucy is uproariously funny and is totally a dumb blonde (no offense, i'm blonde too) and I love how she doesn't figure out that David is the one for her, not Jack! Between art lessons and breaking her arm and falling in love with the First Son, Samantha may think her life is over, but I think it's just beginning.
Hey everybody! I wanted to drop in and say, this book is amazing! I loved it! i could not put it down!! in one day i read over 200 pages!!! i really liked it! The only thing that annoyed me..just a tiny bit... was she kept saying, blah blah, i mean.. the i mean part bothered me. she said it 2 times or something on a lot of pages!! Well another thing that bothered me was that the sequal, ready or not, was too "sexual" for 12 year olds.. my older sister and mother said. my sister read it. and she said it was good but really gross.
Well i was dissopointed.
BUT I STILL LOVED THIS BOOK!!
You have not lived untill you've read such an exelent novel. Sam's problems relate to every girl,every rebel, and every dreamer. I garentee you will not think the same way after reading this book because it willl move you forward on your continuing learning journey.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be on a first name basis with the president?
Well 9th grader Sam has just prevented an assanastion attempt on the president. Now she has to deal with her new found friends, old enemys and the Presidents son who might be in love with her.
All American Girl is another great book by Meg Cabot. Sam was just an artistic teenager, but after saving the President, she became well-known throughout the world, and her life changes. Read this book to find out what happens to Sam.
This book was really good because it reminded me of The Princess Diaries series. It was about a girl who skipped going to Art class and the next thing she knows, she saved the president from being killed. Its a good read and it also reminded me about myself for some reason. Everyone can relate to her. There is also lists in the book just like how Mia from the Princess Diaries makes. I LOVE THOSE LISTS lol. I loved the ending because the girl in the book found herself through the whole experience she went through.
This was an awesome book! I could not put it down and cannot wait to read the second one! I could really relate to some of the things Samantha was feeling and it was funny too! I would recommend this book to just about anyone!