Jenna Bush. The book is based on her experience working with UNICEF.
I went to the Amazon website Amazon.com: Ana's Story: A Journey of Hope: Books: Jenna Bush,Mia Baxter and saw the book had four reviews, with an average score of three out of five. One of the reviewers trashed it because, well, they hate Bush! the review began "In all my years as a reviewer..." and when you check the reviewer profile, it was their first review! the extent to which Bush-haters will go to get a cheap shot in, is amazing.
The two girls were among the 220 people who jumped through endless security hoops to hear the president's daughter read from her new nonfiction young-adult book at the Borders bookstore at Westfield Shoppingtown Annapolis. "Ana's Story: A Journey of Hope" is part biography of a young Latin American single mother living with AIDS and part inspirational call to action.
After a major publicity rollout by publisher HarperCollins -- including interviews this week in People magazine, The Washington Post and on ABC's "20/20" -- Bush's first bookstore appearance in a three-month, 25-city tour was an unusual test of the 25-year-old's star power. No doubt that in a normal book-signing session, she could have drawn a mob of the casually curious, but how many fans are fervid enough to show up at 9 a.m. for a 2 p.m. event?