White House Autumn

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Avon, 1985 - Juvenile Fiction - 209 pages
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After her mother is elected as the first woman president, Meg discovers that, aside from all of the usual presures of senior year, living in the White House makes school relationships even more difficult.

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Review: White House Autumn (The President's Daughter #2)

User Review  - Michael Burhans - Goodreads

I enjoyed the first book in this series, thought it gave a good understanding of being the family of a candidate then president. The second book blew me away though. Powerful, better written and a ... Read full review

Review: White House Autumn (The President's Daughter #2)

User Review  - Stephanie Mooney - Goodreads

I originally read the 3rd in this series and then realized it was a series, doh! I eventually found the first one and about 20 years later I've found the 2nd one, score! I knew most of what would ... Read full review


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Ellen Emerson White started writing about Meg Powers in "The President's Daughter" and continued in "White House Autumn" and "Long Live the Queen "(all available in 2008 from Feiwel & Friends). "Long May She Reign "is the last installment of this series that she started writing more than twenty years ago. White's research about living in the White House is amazingly detailed and thorough. When she is not writing, she's watching the Boston Red Sox.
She lives in New York City.

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