Publish date: 2003
Publisher: MacMillan Children's Books
Pages no: 232
Edition language: English
Series: All-American Girl (#1)
All American Girl: Still Decent Ten Years Later I think this book is very interesting to look to from a political perspective. Well, like political time capsule perspective. The early 2000’s were a very different world, politically, for America and it shows in here. Ultra patriotism, right wing...
A bit shallow but an overall easy and cute read, but I don't feel compelled to read the book's sequel anytime soon.
aww! this was such a cute little book. i really liked it.
I read this book when I was fourteen or fifteen. This book is a quick read. I've read several of Meg Cabot's books, but this one is my favorite. And Sam is my favorite among her other characters. I don't read this kind of books anymore, though.
I went through a period where I checked out all of Meg Cabot's books from the library. They are all fun light reads.
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