The Daughters by Joanna Philbin

The Daughters

byJoanna Philbin

Kobo ebook | May 1, 2010

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The only daughter of supermodel Katia Summers, witty and thoughtful Lizzie Summers likes to stick to the sidelines.

The sole heir to Metronome Media and daughter of billionaire Karl Jurgensen, outspoken Carina Jurgensen would rather climb mountains than social ladders.

Daughter of chart-topping pop icon Holla Jones, stylish and sensitive Hudson Jones is on the brink of her own music breakthrough.

By the time freshman year begins, unconventional-looking Lizzie Summers has come to expect fawning photographers and adoring fans to surround her gorgeous supermodel mother. But when Lizzie is approached by a fashion photographer that believes she's "the new face of beauty," Lizzie surprises herself and her family by becoming the newest Summers woman to capture the media's spotlight.

Title:The DaughtersFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:May 1, 2010Publisher:Little, Brown Books for Young ReadersLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0316088420

ISBN - 13:9780316088428


Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing book! This book totally made me want to read so much more! I couldn't stop flipping the pages! I think it's amazing to see what our idols' children might feel. Anyway, this book is a must-have!
Date published: 2016-07-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This was a really good book and super fun to read. Great book for teenagers. A story about three girls and their celebrity and or rich parents. I could barely put it down. Never a dull moment in this book.
Date published: 2013-09-28
Rated 3 out of 5 by from An easy summer read THE DAUGHTERS is an interesting concept—a trio of girls who are famous because of who their parents are. Oh, there's the wealth and the A-List world, but it's explored from a new perspective. If you find yourself thinking "oh how horrible! To have famous, rich parents" then you ought to read this book, because it will open your eyes to reality of a life as a daughter of. Another great thing about this book is that Lizzie doesn't come across as 'dumb.' Naive? Definitely, but not dumb. She doesn't think things through, but I think her behavior for a 14 year old who's lived the way she has is still believable enough not to get in the way of enjoying the novel.
Date published: 2010-07-19