The Princess Diaries

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The Princess Diaries is a fun book for younger teens about an ordinary girl, Mia, who turns discovers she is royal. When Mia, your average, unpopular teenager, finds out she is a princess, she is NOT delighted. Mia is cause-devoted and normal; being a princess causes turmoil in the every-day life of a teen, even if the cutest boys like you more. A great novel for young teens or preteens this funny novel goes over important things for middle-high school children. Some of these things include the fact that the cutest boys are not the best boys, friends may fight, but you can still make up, and that friends with different ideas still can be friends. Written like a diary, The Princess Diaries is very informal complete with homework notes and Mia’s algebra notes. It is not good to read aloud, but I think it belongs in a school library. It makes sense for libraries and families to purchase it. I think most middle school and younger high school children would enjoy it. I think that if you like stories about teens such as the Goddess Girls or Dragonsong you might like it. I hope that you like this book, it is a fun read.

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Author Meg Cabot
Star Count 5/5
Format Trade
Page Count 320 pages
Publisher Harper
Publish Date 2020-Oct-27
ISBN 9780062998453
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Issue December 2020
Category Tweens


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