Book Reviews of The Princess Present: A Princess Diaries Book (Princess Diaries)

The Princess Present: A Princess Diaries Book (Princess Diaries)
The Princess Present A Princess Diaries Book - Princess Diaries
Author: Meg Cabot
ISBN-13: 9780060754334
ISBN-10: 0060754338
Publication Date: 10/1/2004
Pages: 96
Reading Level: Young Adult
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 60 ratings
Publisher: HarperCollins
Book Type: Hardcover
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A quick read. Nice bits of humor.
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Short and sweet. Although not an original idea ("Gift of the Magi"), it still made me smile.
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Very good part of the series.
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it's christmas with princess mia!!!!!! again loved it. lilly and Michael journey to Genovia for christmas. there is fun, homeless cats and a reminisent episode of a seasme street christmas that will have you laughing till the end.
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This book is the first I've ever seen with a suggested rating of "12 and over"--and rightly so. I bought the entire series after watching the Disney movie and reading the first book, which was WHOLESOME in comparison to the following books in this series. I'm happy I took the time to read them myself before passing them on to children. Personally, I would like to warn those who would be offended to learn that through this series your child will be influenced by;

1.) A feminist and promiscuous mother that sleeps with her daughter's Algebra teacher.
2.) Mother that also has unprotected sex with said teacher and concieves his baby out of wedlock.
3.) Mother that encourages her daughter to make an appointment with her gyno and have "safe sex".
4.) Mother that relates her own first sexual encounter to her daughter at 15!
5.) A college boyfriend that tells the main character that he will not wait forever for her to "Do It".
6.) Next door neighbor named Ronnie who just underwent a sex change from a man to a woman.
7.) Grandmere who constantly drinks and smokes and implies that her grandaughter should put out.
8.) A passel of teenage freinds with hormones raging amuck and ample details and scenerios of "frenching", groping, "making out" etc...
9.) Main character later finds out that her boyfriend has already had sex with another schoolmate and then feels pressured to do so as well.

I didn't read the last two books in this series because I was completely disgusted by how Meg Cabot hit the vein of what sells to teens; S-E-X. She's making a mint off of those parents who don't really care what kind of trash molds their children.