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In Honor of the Fourth of July…

Here are some books about the President, the President’s daughter, dating the President’s son, and even the President’s house.

Yes We Can by Garen Thomas

In third grade, Barack Obama wrote an essay titled, “I Want to Become President”—and he is, to this day, determined to show the world that, yes, he can.(Product Description)

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First Boy by Gary Schmidt

Cooper Jewett never knew his real parents. His grandparents, who raised him, have both passed away. Now, Cooper has no one, not even a dog to keep him company. All he wants is to keep their New Hampshire dairy farm going.All of a sudden, strange and inexplicable things begin to happen. Someone is trying to sabotage the farm, and a challenger to the incumbent president is pressuring Cooper to campaign with him. Who exactly is Cooper Jewett, and what does the government want with him? (Product Description)

Confessions of a First Daughter by Cassidy Calloway

Unfortunately for high school senior Morgan Abbott, every mistake she makes ends up as a front-page headline because her mom is the President of the United States.

When her mom has to slip away on secret business, Morgan acts as a decoy in her place.

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First-Daughter: White House Rules by Mitali Perkins

Once sixteen-year-old Sameera Righton’s father is elected president of the United States, the adopted Pakistani-American girl moves into the White House and makes some decisions about how she is going to live her life in the spotlight.

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All American Girl by Meg Cabot

A sophomore girl stops a presidential assassination attempt, is appointed Teen Ambassador to the United Nations, and catches the eye of the very cute First Son.

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The President’s House by Margaret Truman

In The President’s House, Margaret Truman takes us behind the scenes, into the deepest recesses and onto the airiest balconies, as she reveals what it feels like to live in the White House. (Product Description)

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