What if George Washington had declared himself King, instead of President? Fast forward to the modern American Royal family for more drama than most doctors would recommend. These self-obsessed, technology-addicted Washington celebrities must grapple with their own fading relevancy in the endless battle for the throne. Public opinion threatens to drown the Royal family with worldwide chaos, only one thing is certain--blood is thicker than water, but Whiskey Rebellion is thicker than both.
- Spring 2018
- Fall 2017
|Interest Level||Grade 6 - Grade 12|
|Genre||Fiction, Young Adult|
|Number of Pages||208|
|Title Format||Hardcover, Anywhere eBooks|
|Dimensions||5.75 x 8.5|
American Royalty – School Library Journal
This satirical series imagines a world where George Washington drunkenly made the decision to become king rather than president. The books follow his descendants in the royal family during the modern era as they tussle to be crowned the next king. . . . The series humorously integrates details about George Washington and the times in which he lived (for example, each royal needs fake teeth). The appearance-crazed, technology-absorbed royals are used to cleverly critique modern culture through, for instance, their obsession with their GlassPhones and the social networking site RoyalChatterStream. Each entry in the series has an eye-catching, pop-art style cover that will appeal to teen readers. This is a uniquely clever hi-lo series for high school readers, and the titles are written at a sixth grade reading level.