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The Princess Diaries, Volumes I-III

by Meg Cabot

Series: The Princess Diaries (1-3)

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  lcslibrarian | Aug 13, 2020 |
The Princess Diaries Book Collection is really an amazing book to read to really start you off in the PRINCESS DIARIES SERIES (which is ABSOLUTLY the BEST). It's basically the first 3 books in the series combined. It's really more of a chick book, but I think guys would like them too. Not that I'm making promises or anything.

My favourite Volume in this whole book would be Volume III: Princess in love. My favourite part is when she saw Micheal holding the yellow rose and - for a split second - thought it was really micheal ( her best friend's brother, who she had a MAJOR crush on) who kept sending her the flowers for Secret Snowflake (better known as Sercret Santa) when it was really Boris. Who is an incrediably weird/gross guy who meant absolutly NOTHING romantic by giving her flowers, he was TRYING to be nice.

All in all I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a good romantic comedy. Best of all, all you SAM people out there...our library has it! SHHHHHHHH. (: ( )
  8F_lahvyou | Sep 14, 2009 |
These are the best books of the series. After the fourth book things go seriously downhill.
I like the books until she gets Michael. After that, Mia spends way too much time worrying about what her boyfriend/girlfriends/parents/classmates/world will think of her. At some point I'd like Mia to grow up and stop worrying about her nailbeds. ( )
1 vote jillie | Oct 22, 2007 |
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For my grandparents, Bruce and Patsy Mounsey, who are nothing like any of the grandparents in this book.
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Sometimes it seems like all I ever do is lie.
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A BEAAUUUUUTIIFUL BOOK. I really enjoyed it.
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