We are all going to have to just accept that Hilary Clinton is not going away. Especially now that her life story will be forever memorialized in an American Girl book.
The book is called "A Girl Named Hillary: The True Story of Hillary Clinton," and is sure to be a lovely read. The book description explains:
"The A Girl Named series tells the stories of how ordinary American girls grew up to be extraordinary American women. It took a lot of determination, courage, and confidence to become the first woman to be nominated for president by a major political party.
A Girl Named Hillary tells of the defining moments that made up her childhood and adolescence with full-color illustrations throughout. In addition to stories and facts about Hillary's upbringing and accomplishments, the book includes a timeline and a glossary, plus a profile of a noteworthy and contemporary American girl following in Hillary's footsteps to break the glass ceiling and show girls everywhere that they can accomplish anything they set their minds to!"
Empowering young girls is important for sure, but this seems more like another never-ending ode to the almost-but-not-quite President Hillary Clinton montage. I almost wonder if they wrote the book before the election, depicting as her being the first female President, only to have to change it?
I also have a few questions about this book. Will we see Hillary Clinton's deeply middle-class background? Or find out when her hot sauce obsession began? Will we see her eventual political career and constant walking back of her beliefs?
I suppose I'll have to read the book to gain a real understanding of "The True Story of Hillary Clinton," which won't be available for purchase through Amazon until January of 2018. But don't worry -- the left will still be singing her praises then, too.
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