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Princess Diaries

August 8, 2010 by Post Team 

Princess Diaries, This is one of the best dairy I’ve read. Its very cute and funny. The writing is very “authentically teenage girls, and very entertaining and well written. The main character, Mia, looked like a typical teenage girl, which makes it easy to identify. Will stop wishing, just a little that you were in his “five foot nine, flat-chested, school monster shoes” Doc Marten. A great book!

Princess in the Spotlight: It’s pretty obvious that Mia does not love being the princess of Genovia. I mean it’s quite stressful for any 14-year-old. She has to take princess lessons, a bodyguard follow her around and one day she has to inherit the throne of a country which only visited. This book was as great as the first “day.” It is very fun and entertaining. Mia still has its charm and wit. She remains very realistic and easy to identify. An impressive book.

Princess of Love: 15-year-old Princess Mia Thermopolis is back again in his diary hilirous third of your life! Mia is still the old man with his cheeky humor and fun that makes you laugh out loud. Any teenager will relate to the feelings of Mia. This book has everything you need if you are in the romance and comedy. hilarious Mia’s diary entries are sure to make you laugh and are really fun.

Princess Party: It’s funny, intelligent, and even Mia! The story is interesting and fun, and Mia as a character shows a certain maturity again! Meg Cabot writes this way, the same as teens, so the idea of a princess who lived almost a fairy tale life realistic. I really loved this book. It is not just for teenagers. I think the adults enjoy it, a! The book is adorable and funny, romantic and dramatic reality, is just a fun, easy to read!

Princess Present: This book was great! It takes place at Christmas time that makes it a perfect holiday book. Each page has something to make you laugh. There are even some mentions of real royals, who are really good (imagine this: Prince William taking photos with his cell phone camera to blackmail a given family)! In my opinion, this was probably the best of all the little stories. A very enjoyable holiday read.

Princess in Pink: Mia acts a bit superficial, it was an unexpected and unwanted by the normal character. The whole book is based on the need to Mia, who was invited to go to the prom by her new boyfriend Michael. But other parts were sweet and funny. The only drawback of this book is that it really shows how Mia is absorbed, if not already evident. But again, this is your day! In general, this book is great and a must read if you like romance, comedy, conflict, and sometimes a bit of drama.

Perfect Princess: Lessons Not as good as princess, but still great. From the way of eating, talking, standing, make an amazing entry, or how to wear a tiara, Mia creates another page-turner fun with these hilarious questions of what makes a perfect princess.

Holiday Princess: This book talks about holiday customs in different countries around the world, with perspectives from all your favorite Princess Diaries. A must have for any fan of the Princess Diaries series. There’s even a section on Christmas cards, and how to say “Happy New Year” in a large number of languages. Great book on vacation.

Princess Lessons: The book includes a great mix of health, beauty and clothes, but must, of course, taken with a grain of salt, coming as the characters Paolo, Grandmere, and Sebastiano. However, a wonderful guide. A quick read while entertaining and fun, but not the plot forward or innovative. And that’s fine. A fun and quick read.

Princess on the Brink: Ok, so at first you think this book has a happy ending, but then the story becomes. I was kind of dissappointed with this final, but was still glad that Meg makes this story very realistic and it was the perfect finish as expected.

Teen Reviewer: Deidra Holly Springs Library

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