Liberty Porter is your average eight-year-old girl. Except for the fact that her dad is the newly-elected President of the United States. She just moved into her new house--the White House. And she's about to start at her new school. It’s hard being the new girl at school and Liberty’s first few days don’t go as smoothly as she’d like. Having to bring a bodyguard to school? Not cool. Answering a history question about her new home wrong? Really not cool. Not knowing if kids want to be her friend just because she’s the First Daughter. Totally not cool! But if anyone can turn “not cool” into something “cool” it’s Liberty the “coolest” first daughter ever! Join Liberty as she finds true friends, and navigates her way through the corridors of her new school and the White House.
Julia DeVillers is the author of How My Private, Personal Journal Became a Bestseller, which was adapted as a Disney Channel Original Movie. She is also the author of the Liberty Porter, First Daughter series and the coauthor of the Trading Faces series, written with her twin sister, Jennifer Roy.
"Sprinkled with trivia about White House life, U.S. history and the museum, this will surely appeal to readers already intrigued by the lives of the current White House children... Those drawn in by the new-at-school story and friendship issues will stay for the fun." -KIRKUS, June 2010
"Liberty Porter is a spunky, winning girl with a deep love of chocolate and beanie dogs. This is a quick fun read in which everything comes out right in the end." -Richelle Roth, Boone County Public Library, KY -School LIbrary Journal, September 2010