Princess in Love (Princess Diaries, 3) Book Review
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Princess in Love (Princess Diaries, 3) book review

Meg Cabot
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Title: Princess in Love (Princess Diaries, 3)

Author: Meg Cabot

Average number of words per page: more than 100

16 readers have rated this story.
Average story rating: 9.16/10.0
16 readers have rated the illustrations.
Average illustration rating: 6.54/10.0

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Book review by: niki
age: 13

Review submitted on 06/13/2005 at 16:05:06

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niki writes the following about Princess in Love (Princess Diaries, 3) :
I loved this book. It was definitely my favorite out of all of them. In this book, Mia Thermopolis has to deal with her dreadful princess lessons, and her first boyfriend Kenny. She's always wanted a boyfriend, but, there's only one problem, she doesn't like Kenny. She just happens to be in love with her best friend's brother, Michael. She decides not to break up with Kenny, for 2 rerasons: 1. If they break up, she'll have no one to go to the Nondenominational Winter Dance with, and 2. He slips her the answers in class, so without him, her grades will take a plunge. She promises herself that she'll break up with Kenny, but never gets the nerve to. Then, things get even worse when Judith Gershner-a girl in Michael's Computer Club- starts to take interest in Michael, too.
Then there's also Sebastiano,a cousin of Mia's a couple times removed. He's a Genovian designer who-if Mia wasn't born- could've been prince of Genovia. Sebastiano has the task of designing a dress for Mia to wear in Genovia. She trusts him to keep a secret, so she tells him about Kenny and Michael. He can keep a secret, but then he does something almost equally as bad as telling her secret. He sends in pictures of Mia-looking just like a model-trying on dresses to the paper. She then finds out that Grandm?re gave him permission.
My favorite parts where the Carnival and the Dance. I loved how she described the joy of Michael loving her as the same joy she had when she got Fat Louie. If you haven't read this, you should definitely give it a try.
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