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From the Notebooks of a Middle School Princess: Meg Cabot; Read by Kathleen McInerney Kindle Edition
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|Length: 126 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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|Age Level: 8 - 12|
|Grade Level: 3 - 7|
- Book 1 of 4 in From the Notebooks of a Middle School Princess
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From School Library Journal
“The nation of Genovia gains a new resident in this amusing spin-off...Cabot's own black and white cartoons further enliven Olivia's entertaining and candid notebook entries, which will have readers looking forward to her future escapades.” ―Publishers Weekly
“Olivia, who's biracial, is a lively, engaging character whose peppy, often-wry diary-style narrative details her experiences and progressive discoveries about her background, royal life, and the true meaning of family....this entertaining, quickly absorbing read will have readers anticipating the sequel.” ―Booklist
“This sweet and sassy spin-off featuring the younger half-sister of Princess Mia Thermopolis ...will be a perfect fit for Fancy Nancy alumni and readers not quite ready for Cabot's longer novels.” ―School Library Journal
“Author Meg Cabot is ready to put her tiara back on [with] a new character, Olivia Grace. She's a middle-school girl in New Jersey who discovers she is Princess Mia's long-lost half-sister. And much like her older sister, she will be thrust into the royal spotlight and will chronicle the adventure in a journal, complete with drawings.” ―USA Today
“Olivia has an amusing and self-deprecating wit that makes the narration breezy and accessible, and Cabot's black and white illustrations liven up the tale. Youngsters who aspire to be the next Kate Middleton will find this enchanting and perhaps instructional.” ―BCCB
- File size : 3017 KB
- Publisher : Feiwel & Friends; Illustrated edition (May 19, 2015)
- Publication date : May 19, 2015
- ASIN : B00V37BC1K
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 126 pages
- Language: : English
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #196,914 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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She is curious about her paternal family, as her aunt and uncle have carefully concealed it though she did receive letters from her father Prince Phillippe. One day after school when Annabelle mocked her name and was about to assault her, then out of nowhere Princess Mia appears and defends her long lost sister much to the shock and surprise of the onlookers. From then onwards her life changes drastically, she not only does she finally meet her paternal relatives and learns about her royal status, but also some shocking truths about her aunt and uncle, making her look at her life situation from a different perspective.
Like in her half sister's latest diary (book 11), Cabot managed to highlight some of the social ills in society, such as bullying and people opting to take pictures and videos of it instead of stepping in to do something (Luckily I went to a school that banned cellphones and any other technical gadget - hiding them was not an option as the prefects performed surprise checks and confiscated any gadgets and cellphones found, plus social media popularity was in its infancy, not as prominent as it today. Bullying and harassment meant automatic suspension or expulsion).
The book felt rushed as I read it in just 3 hours, not a lot of character development. However, I would love to learn more about Olivia and hope that this is not the last book that I would be reading about her. This book also coincides with events in Princess' Diaries Book 11, from Mia's perspective.