Fb2 The President's Daughter ePub
by Ellen Emerson White
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The presidents daughter, . The President's Daughter, .
The presidents daughter, . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29. For my mother.
The President's Daughter is a series of four young adult novels written by American author Ellen Emerson White. The series tells the story of Meghan Meg Powers as she reacts to her mother's presidential campaign and her experiences while. The series tells the story of Meghan Meg Powers as she reacts to her mother's presidential campaign and her experiences while living in the White House. The series begins with The President’s Daughter published in 1984. The final book in the series was published in 2007. The earlier books were then updated for modern readers and reissued in 2008.
I read that book over and over and over. My local bookstore didn't carry "God Save the Queen," so I've never read that one. I'm 36 now, and I've read one heckuva lot of books. But two of that stay with me are "The President's Daughter" and "White House Autumn. Like the very best in young adult fiction (Harry Potter, et., the themes are universal, the characterization is excellent, and the glimpse into another world is fascinating.
The President's Daughter book. Whereas I imagined having a parent run for president would be a fun adventure, Ellen Emerson White clearly thought it would be hell on earth
The President's Daughter book. Whereas I imagined having a parent run for president would be a fun adventure, Ellen Emerson White clearly thought it would be hell on earth. Which is probably a little closer to the truth, but it wasn't very much fun to read about. I spent most of the book wanting to shake Meg by her bratty, impudent shoulders, which is probably a sign that I am old.
Ellen Emerson White is an American author who has written a number of young adult fiction novels. Ms. White's first book, Friends for Life (1983) was published while she was a senior at Tufts University. White grew up in Narragansett, Rhode Island. Many of her fiction novels feature characters who reside in Boston or are from Boston and are fans of the Boston Red Sox (as Ms. White is). White now resides in New York City.
Meg was so tired that next morning that she fumbled her way through school, although she didn’t actually fall asleep until her last official class, which was history, and always pretty boring.
Meg was so tired that next morning that she fumbled her way through school, although she didn’t actually fall asleep until her last official class, which was history, and always pretty boring acher, Mr. Bucknell, was a real pain, always talking about her mother-even though the American History part of the course was only supposed to go up to 1865-and trying to get Meg to drop campaign secrets. Not that she knew any. She wasn’t even sure if there were any. Meghan? a voice said.
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Being the President's daughter isn't easy, but Meg's getting used to it. She's even starting to have a life again-okay, not a normal life, but things are beginning to fall into a routine. Then it happens-machine guns blast, a van screeches to a halt, and masked men grab Meg and take her away.
What happened to "The Presidents Daughter" and "White House Autumn"?. I want my niece to read both. I'm confused as to why they are no longer in print. The President's Daughter. Download (pdf, 3. 9 Mb) Donate Read.