ISBN 9789350291931,White House Rules

White House Rules



Harper Collins Pulisher

Publication Year 2011

ISBN 9789350291931

ISBN-10 9350291932


Number of Pages 212 Pages
Language (English)

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Last year, Sameera helped her dad win the elections to become the President of the United States of America. Now she has an even tougher challenge ahead of her: surviving life in the White House! There are advantages, of course, to being the First Daughter ? chilling at Camp David, the White House gym, the state-of-the-art kitchen and home theatre, the designer clothes. But there's the bad too ? her parents are busy all the time, diplomatic duties must be taken very seriously, constant Secret Service surveillance, no more school and thus no more friends and gossip. And then there is the ugly ? paparazzi, and people who spew venom on her blog because she is of Pakistani origin. But the most worrisome thing is that Bobby, her sort-of boyfriend, seems to have disappeared from her life altogether! But Sameera refuses to be beaten. Against all odds, she must find a way to reach out to her friends, silence those who hate her, and get Bobby back. Will she succeed? About the Author Mitali Perkins was born in Kolkata, then lived in Cameroon, Ghana, Mexico, London and New York, before settling in the San Francisco Bay Area. Her books include Monsoon Summer, The Not-So-Star-Spangled Life of Sunita Sen, Rickshaw Girl, The Secret Keeper, Bamboo People & Extreme American Makeover. She now lives in Newton, Massachusetts, with her husband and sons, and ruminates about life,