Party Princess/Princess Diaries volumeV11
3 journalers for this copy...
Not having read any of the six or seven earlier Princess Diaries by Meg Cabot, I had no preconceived ideas of what to expect.I did realize that the book was geared to young teens,not old grandmothers.A little background would have helped.Was Mia a real princess,were her parents divorced, was her baby brother in fact a half brother? However the story moved along quickly with several unique characters,noteably Grandmere.Upper case print and excessive use of exclaimation marks was slightly annoying,but this did help to show the excitement or the stress of any given situation. Meg Cabot will likely continue to produce more diaries to the delight of her followers.
Heeheehee...I feel so sneaky:)
Princesses just want to have fun.
And Mia does too, despite the fact that the student government over which she presides is suddenly broke. But Grandmère's got a wacky scheme to raise the money, catapult Mia to theatrical fame, and link her romantically with an eligible teen bachelor who's not her boyfriend. No wonder Michael seems to think she's a psycho, or worse: not much fun. Is it possible that Mia, soon-to-be star of the stage, president of the student body, and future ruler of Genovia, doesn't know how to party?