The Princess Diaries

by Meg Cabot | Teens |
ISBN: 0380814021 Global Overview for this book
Registered by wingAnonymousFinderwing on 8/14/2002
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3 journalers for this copy...
Journal Entry 1 by wingAnonymousFinderwing on Wednesday, August 14, 2002
A cute, lighthearted novel about a teenage girl who discovers that she is a real-life princess. (She's not too thrilled about that revelation, though....) It's one of those books you can kick back with when you just want to read for the sake of reading - an enjoyable story that's not too taxing.

Released on Thursday, September 19, 2002 at Another bookcrosser in Private Release/US Mail, New York USA.

Mailed to Sweet-Pea a few hours ago. Enjoy!

Journal Entry 3 by Sweet-Pea from Kenmore, New York USA on Tuesday, September 24, 2002
Just received the book in the mail and I have started to read it. Although I am not that far into it, I can tell it's going to be a winner! I will release to my niece after I am done reading it!

Journal Entry 4 by Sweet-Pea at Kenmore West High School Girl's Locker Room in Kenmore, New York USA on Friday, September 27, 2002
Released on Friday, September 27, 2002 at Kenmore West High School Girl's Locker Room in Kenmore, New York USA.

My niece is leaving this in the girl's locker room at Ken West HS after gym class today. Happy Reading!

Journal Entry 5 by Sweet-Pea from Kenmore, New York USA on Tuesday, October 01, 2002
OK, this book is back in my possession. My niece found it in the school's lost and found while searching for something else. So, as soon as I get their addy, it's off to Robert-n-Kate in Maryland! Happy reading, Kate!

Journal Entry 6 by robert-n-kate from Baltimore, Maryland USA on Saturday, October 12, 2002
We got this in the mail today, and we thank you. Kate is really looking forward to reading this, and she will appreciate those extra goodies as well! :-)

We saw the movie together a year or so ago in a local multiplex, during a school day afternoon. There were very few other people in the theatre, and the surround sound/big screen effect was well worth the astonishing cost of admission and sundry refreshments. As always, the best show in the house has far less to with what's on the screen and far more to do with who's sitting in the next seat, at least from my perspective.

To be sure, I took more than a passing glance at Anne Hathaway ('Mia Thermopolis'), who is, like, totally gorgeous, as well as her classic (if initially ragged) Mustang convertible. And Julie Andrews ('Queen Clarisse Renaldi') is terrific as the 'royal' grandmom, along with an excellent supporting cast in all other roles. Not that this is great cinema, mind you, but then again, it didn't need to be. After the movie Kate says to me: 'Someday I want to be a Princess.'

I said nothing at first, only smiled. Down the block a little way is an Old Navy store where we sometimes go after browsing through Barnes and Noble, hot chocolate in hand. At the clothing store, I got her a tee-shirt that read, simply: Princess. 'Sweetheart,' I said, 'you already are...'

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