Maureen Reagan's memoir won't be a "President Dearest" type or a kiss-and-tell book like those from White House insiders Michael Deaver and Donald Regan. "First Father, First Daughter" is due in February from Little, Brown and Co., which describes it as "a very human and endearing portrait of Ronald Reagan" and promises it will be "engagingly insightful and filled with amusing never-before-published anecdotes about the president." It also will include 30 black-and-white photographs. Maureen's co-author is Dorothy Herrmann, a former magazine editor and author of a biography of humorist S.J. Perelman.