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The Princess Diaries : Give Me Five

(Book #5 in the The Princess Diaries Series)

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This description may be from another edition of this product. In her heart of hearts, Mia has but one wish: an evening spent with Michael in a tux and a corsage on her wrist—in other words, the prom. Michael, however, does not seem to share the dream that is the...

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Another Fabulous Book!

Yay! I waiting in great anticipation for the fifth installment in the series, and I was not dissapointed at all! In "Princess in Pink" Mia still has her same voice, same emotions, and same tendencies, with something new to obsess over: THE PROM. She doesn't know if Michael will ask her, then Grandmere does something that puts all of New York City in chaos...not to mention what happens with Boris and Lilly.Meg Cabot does a great job keeping Mia that exact same as she has been throughout the first four and a half books. She wrote a hilariously entertaining book that will be delight for all fans of Princess Diaries.PS There's something about Grandmere in here that may shock some people...or confirm some people's suspicions!

Satisfied reader

2 words: JUST GREAT!!!! It was the best in the series so far and even funier than usual. In vol. # 5 Mia must find a way to convince her byfriend to take her to the prom, to keep her father from packing her off to Genovia for the summer, and how to stop the strike of all Busboys and hotel staff that her grandmother caused because she got a Busboy named Jangbu fired. The most Hilarious part to me was when Mia asked her grandmother advice on how to get Micheal to take her to the prom and hre grandmother says to giv him what he wants, whem Mia is onfused her grandmother goes 'Mia what do all men want?' When Mia innocently says 'you mean I should get Micheals band to play at the prom' I almost died laughing so this satisfiead reader says great work Ms. Cabot can't wait for the next one.

Fantastic Addition to the Series

Everyone's favorite Princess, Mia Thermopolis, is back, and better than ever. After waiting five long years to see Mia finally hit 15-years-old, the time has come. In PRINCESS IN PINK, Mia is celebrating a long-awaited birthday, where she is hoping for many fantastic gifts; she is the newest staffer on the school newspaper, which is extremely exciting, even if she's got a boring topic to cover; she's reaching the end of Freshman Algebra, which she just knows she's going to pass; she's got a fantastic boyfriend, who would be even more fantstic if he would just ask her to the prom; and she's waiting to find out whether her Mother's baby will be a boy or girl. But now trouble has begun, as there is a food worker's strike which is pitting Grandmere (Mia's Grandmother, and the Dowager Princess of Genovia) against Lilly (Mia's best friend), and threatening the very existence of this year's prom. Now Mia is unsure that she will ever have the chance of attending the prom with Michael.The year's wait was definitely worth it, as some of the old Mia is shining through yet again. As opposed to being so infatuated and obsessed with Michael, as in the last PRINCESS DIARIES book, PRINCESS IN WAITING, Mia is showing off her brain, and working on many other things that don't even involve Michael. Cabot has created a fun addition to the PRINCESS DIARIES series, featuring Mia and her pals. The few issues of Albert Einstein High School's Newspaper THE ATOM are quite fun to read as well, as you get to see what Mia's new project is all about. Overall this was a fantastic read, and will be cherished by all fans of Cabot's work. Pick this up as soon as possible, as you won't be disappointed.Erika Sorocco

Princess Diaries

Princess Diaries isn't some predictable book, and it isn't about some snobby stuck up, already popular girl who becomes a princess. It is a story of a girl (15 years old) that has never had a date, sucks at algebra, and her mom is dating her algebra teacher(YUCK!!!)  One day though everything changes because her dad can't have kids anymore, which makes Mia the heir of the throne for a small country no one has even ever heard of!!!!!  She tries to keep the news that she is a princess a secret, but someone tells the newspaper that all about it.  Now, of course, everyone knows she is a princess and now she is Ms. Popular, someone she has always dreamed about being.  Of course, her friend Lilly gets mad at her, and things just grow, and grow, and grow until it is almost unbearable for Mia. Will Mia ever get her life back?   All and all this was a very entertaining book, and I couldn't put it down.  It is probably one of my all time fav's and I'm a teen.  SO, I hope I have inspired you to read this book, and thanks for reading my review!!!!!!!!!!!!!:)

A wonderful story!

I never read books but this one catched my eye. The Princess Diaries was so entertaining and very well written. Mia, the main character seemed like a typical teenage girl, which makes it very easy to relate to. I hope that Meg Cabot will make more stories about Mia and her family and friends. I want to tell everyone to pick up a copy of this book!! Its worth the price!!
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