It sounds like Chelsea Clinton’s book tour is shaping up to be much like the public image of the former (and future?) first daughter herself: highly scripted and a little tedious.

Beloved local bookseller Politics and Prose announced that the 35 year-old will grace their stacks on Sept. 24 to promote her new tome, a call to action to young folk titled It’s Your World: Get Informed, Get Inspired, and Get Going.”

But the event comes with a list of caveats and no-nos that would make a rider-happy rock star proud. Contrary to the book’s title, it seems that it’s actually Clinton’s world.

First off, there will be no remarks from the author, let alone a Q&A session that might knock the forever-on-message Clinton off her talking points (causing potential headaches for her mom Hillary’s presidential campaign). And don’t even bother bringing that glossy pic for her to ink — the author will not be signing any “memorabilia or photos,” only copies of her book, handlers warn.

Furthermore, “Photographs of Chelsea Clinton will be allowed from a designated area. There will be no posed photographs.”

Those parameters came from Chelsea’s peeps, says a spokeswoman for the bookstore (whose co-owner, Lissa Muscatine, was a top aide to Hillary Clinton).

But lest anyone be put off by the demands, there’s some solace, per the event listing: “She will personalize [the book] with the reader’s first name.”