Jenna Bush has a book deal. Hey, if it helps UNICEF, it can’t be all that bad?
From the Guardian:
Jenna Bush, the daughter of US president George Bush, is to write a young adult, non-fiction book based on her experiences as an unpaid intern working with Unicef in central America.
The book, called Ana’s Story: A Journey of Hope, will focus on a 17-year-old orphaned single mother with HIV. It has been bought by HarperCollins for an undisclosed sum – believed to be above $300,000 (£155,500) – is due to be published this autumn. A “portion” of author and publisher proceeds will go to the US fund for Unicef, which supports child survival, protection and development worldwide through education, advocacy and fundraising.