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Sam lives in Washington DC, is the middle teenager between two very annoying sisters, and dyes all her clothes black. She has a best friend, she's not cool like her big sister, she doesn't have a boyfriend but thinks she's in love with someone, and she likes to draw. Her credentials as an "ordinary" girl who thinks she's a misfit (black clothes, not a cheerleader) are established immediately, and the story flies from there. Sam's appeal lies in how she's bothered about making things genuine in her life, whilst Cabot's winning touch is in her realism--the president is a normal guy who likes cookies; the plot where Sam saves him is not impossible; the resulting fuss is boring and her priorities lie elsewhere (making lists of Top Tens, worrying about who she wants to go out with, going to her drawing classes).
Fans of Princess Mia will probably read this book in one sitting, and become equally attached to Sam, with her usual teenage desire to feel unusual. For now Meg Cabot's star of an idea continues to shine brilliantly. --Olivia Dickinson --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Another light hearted and fun book by Meg Cabot. Not quite as enthralling as the Princess Diaries or Mediator series but still worth giving up a couple hours of your time.Published 2 days ago by Mrs M S Pammenter
I read this book in 1 sitting and it was great. It had a lot of humour just like Meg's other book (The Princess Diaries) Definitely worth 5 starsPublished 6 months ago by shadiya
Thks book was ok. It was quite short for meg cabot but it was still easy to read so its a good book.Published 17 months ago by Siennajoyeux
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Really short bad storyline i guess its because its not a series just one book but overall i wouldn't recommend this id definitely recommend the airhead, mediator and abandon... Read morePublished 19 months ago by gg
All American girl is a great book by a great author! It has everything you want in a book. But if you want to read the second book ( All American girl; Ready or not,) also, you... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Tiny
This book is brilliant although I wouldn't recommend it if you haven't read the first book. Over all brilliant as is meg cabot!Published on 23 Jun. 2013 by jennifer coleman
This was a great sequel to the first book. I liked that it was based a year on after the first one. I recommend this book to anyone over 12 because anyone younger might not... Read morePublished on 6 May 2013 by Kate Anderson