Royal Crown

Royal Crown

It's the first coronation of a female monarch of Genovia in 200 years, and Her Royal Highness, Princess Olivia Grace Clarisse Mignonette Harrison, is giving you the inside scoop in this newest (illustrated!) diary from New York Times--bestselling author and illustrator Meg Cabot! Olivia Grace Clarisse Mignonette Harrison should be having fun. Her best friend is visiting fro It's the first coronation of a female monarch of Genovia in 200 years, and Her Royal Highness, Princess Olivia Grace ...

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Title:Royal Crown
Author:Meg Cabot
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Genres:Childrens
ISBN:1250111544
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:224 pages pages

Royal Crown Reviews

  • Jeff Raymond
    Oct 03, 2018

    This rating may be too high. It's FINE, but it also feels like a retread. Like, yes, I saw Mia go through all these things however many years ago. It's fun to see glimpses of characters, but I'm not sure this series has ever really managed to shine on its own. Something brand new proba...

    [Review to come] ...

    Cabot's Princess Diaries world is my happy place. For me it's like tap-dancing unicorns farting out rainbow sprinkles while I gorge myself on cupcakes. This starts out a little shaky (I wasn't sold on the royal babysitting service at first blush) but it picks up steam once the author g...

    Royal Crown is the fourth book in this middle grade series. If you've read any of the Princess Diaries books then this is a cute companion series. I really enjoy Olivia and I like reading about Genovia and all things royal. However, I would definitely love a YA or adult book. ...

    I have enjoyed most of Meg Cabot's books. This one was no exception. I enjoyed that this series had many of the same characters as the Princess Diaries series. I was a little confused because the father had died in that series and was alive and well in this one. I'll have to go back an...

    Cute and basically just what I eoukd expect from this book. In a good way. A lot of good feminist stuff and good rhetoric. Talks about real stuff like periods and why relationship games are dumb. The only thing I didnt like was the emphasis on kissing. Like dude. Its ok to not be...

    I will never stop reading I been reading princess diaries books since I was 14 years old. A little over a decade later I'm still reading after falling in love with Olivia. These books still let me have glimpses of Mia and the lot and it makes me happy. ...

    In the fourth title in this series, Olivia is worried about whether her friendship with Prince Khalil is the start of a possible romance. Amid threats that the coronation of her sister Mia won't actually come to pass due to complications, Olivia starts feeling inadequate and immature d...

    Another adorable Olivia book by Meg Cabot. I love getting to see some of the characters that I grew up with, as well as meet new ones. Olivia and Khalil are just adorable, and I still love Mia and Michael. I've already been feeling the urge to re-read my favorite books in the Princess ...

    Headed for a Meltdown? I am an adult who has been reading the Princess Diaries for years. I am concerned about the character Olivia. She seemed focused on being good and moral and doing the right thing and yet, she seems to get used and abused by everyone around her. Her dad ignores...

    I really enjoy Meg Cabot's writing. I have been following her books since the very first Princess Diaries book came out. I love this shift into the middle grade. I think these are super fun and easy quick reads. This book was incredibly predictable, but I feel like that just didn't mat...

    This book was just *so* sweet. It was full of amazing messages for younger readers, and also had a cute romance in it (like most -all?) Meg Cabot books do. And the parts with Mia, Michael, Rocky, and Grandmère were just so adorable and *squee*. I doubt I'll ever "out-grow" these types...

    I love this series. You never know what Princess Olivia is gonna get her self into. ...

    To see review with gifs click here. I really wish Meg Cabot would write stuff for her older fans again. I get that she?s trying to expand her audience. But God damn it, I have read her stuff for seventeen years and I feel like I?m at my wit?s end since she?s only published k...

    The short version of how I feel about the book and my review told through emojis: ??????? The long version of how I feel about the book and my review told through actual words: Because Hurricane Michael is quickly approaching, my day ended at 1 pm and I had a...

    I didn't realize that this was part of a series when I picked it up (come on publishers, tell me so I can find the first one!) so that didn't help. And I get that this is geared towards younger readers. But despite some smart and funny moments, it was so simplistic. I've read other boo...

    Royal Crown (From the Notebooks of a Middle School Princess) by Meg Cabot, 217 pages. Feiwel & Friends (Macmillan), 2018. $17. Content: G BUYING ADVISORY: EL - ADVISABLE AUDIENCE APPEAL: AVERAGE It is almost the day for Princess Mia?s coronation as the ruler of Genovi...

    I really enjoyed this book and flew through it so quickly; it's such a treat getting a new Cabot book to read and especially this particular series as we get to catch up on Mia's life and family through it. But this one felt a little different somehow. Maybe I'm just getting too old fo...

    I think this is a really cool book. It's the fourth one in the series, and it was pretty cool, except for the fact that I feel like it was a little too mature. I definitely agree this is a middle school book, and most definitely for GIRLS because of all the GIRL DRAMA. But I still like...

    Gosh. If Mia & co. had gotten up to half the mischief that Olivia and her miscreant contemporaries get up to, Grandmère would have shipped them off to the dungeon. The pre-wine cellar dungeon. (Mind, I'm talking more about Olivia's juvenile delinquent friends than I am about Olivi...

    This book seemed like it could have been a little side story of another one. The plot points that I really wanted to know about happened behind the scenes with Mia and the other adults. The things that happened in the forefront of the story involved babysitting and periods. It just did...

    Meg Cabot did a good job of capturing the confusion and immaturity that often surrounds puberty. The book was well-written and Olivia is a likeable character. However, I found her cousin and her best friend to be annoying and immature. I think it was the prevalence of these two charact...

    Wow I am too old for this book. I mean this is a middle grade book, but out of all of the books in the series, this one was the most childish. The first three were adorable and fun stories but I kept rolling my eyes on this one. The main plot could have been more interesting and the su...

    Closer to a 3.5, the latest (final?) entry in the middle grade look at the Princess Diaries universe is less retread and more paint-by-numbers in many regards, but Cabot is so good at what she does on a whole that it works better than it would in any other circumstance. The series is g...

  • Barbara
    Sep 09, 2018

    This rating may be too high. It's FINE, but it also feels like a retread. Like, yes, I saw Mia go through all these things however many years ago. It's fun to see glimpses of characters, but I'm not sure this series has ever really managed to shine on its own. Something brand new proba...

    [Review to come] ...

    Cabot's Princess Diaries world is my happy place. For me it's like tap-dancing unicorns farting out rainbow sprinkles while I gorge myself on cupcakes. This starts out a little shaky (I wasn't sold on the royal babysitting service at first blush) but it picks up steam once the author g...

    Royal Crown is the fourth book in this middle grade series. If you've read any of the Princess Diaries books then this is a cute companion series. I really enjoy Olivia and I like reading about Genovia and all things royal. However, I would definitely love a YA or adult book. ...

    I have enjoyed most of Meg Cabot's books. This one was no exception. I enjoyed that this series had many of the same characters as the Princess Diaries series. I was a little confused because the father had died in that series and was alive and well in this one. I'll have to go back an...

    Cute and basically just what I eoukd expect from this book. In a good way. A lot of good feminist stuff and good rhetoric. Talks about real stuff like periods and why relationship games are dumb. The only thing I didnt like was the emphasis on kissing. Like dude. Its ok to not be...

    I will never stop reading I been reading princess diaries books since I was 14 years old. A little over a decade later I'm still reading after falling in love with Olivia. These books still let me have glimpses of Mia and the lot and it makes me happy. ...

    In the fourth title in this series, Olivia is worried about whether her friendship with Prince Khalil is the start of a possible romance. Amid threats that the coronation of her sister Mia won't actually come to pass due to complications, Olivia starts feeling inadequate and immature d...

  • Jennifer
    Nov 22, 2018

    This rating may be too high. It's FINE, but it also feels like a retread. Like, yes, I saw Mia go through all these things however many years ago. It's fun to see glimpses of characters, but I'm not sure this series has ever really managed to shine on its own. Something brand new proba...

    [Review to come] ...

    Cabot's Princess Diaries world is my happy place. For me it's like tap-dancing unicorns farting out rainbow sprinkles while I gorge myself on cupcakes. This starts out a little shaky (I wasn't sold on the royal babysitting service at first blush) but it picks up steam once the author g...

    Royal Crown is the fourth book in this middle grade series. If you've read any of the Princess Diaries books then this is a cute companion series. I really enjoy Olivia and I like reading about Genovia and all things royal. However, I would definitely love a YA or adult book. ...

    I have enjoyed most of Meg Cabot's books. This one was no exception. I enjoyed that this series had many of the same characters as the Princess Diaries series. I was a little confused because the father had died in that series and was alive and well in this one. I'll have to go back an...

    Cute and basically just what I eoukd expect from this book. In a good way. A lot of good feminist stuff and good rhetoric. Talks about real stuff like periods and why relationship games are dumb. The only thing I didnt like was the emphasis on kissing. Like dude. Its ok to not be...

    I will never stop reading I been reading princess diaries books since I was 14 years old. A little over a decade later I'm still reading after falling in love with Olivia. These books still let me have glimpses of Mia and the lot and it makes me happy. ...

    In the fourth title in this series, Olivia is worried about whether her friendship with Prince Khalil is the start of a possible romance. Amid threats that the coronation of her sister Mia won't actually come to pass due to complications, Olivia starts feeling inadequate and immature d...

    Another adorable Olivia book by Meg Cabot. I love getting to see some of the characters that I grew up with, as well as meet new ones. Olivia and Khalil are just adorable, and I still love Mia and Michael. I've already been feeling the urge to re-read my favorite books in the Princess ...

    Headed for a Meltdown? I am an adult who has been reading the Princess Diaries for years. I am concerned about the character Olivia. She seemed focused on being good and moral and doing the right thing and yet, she seems to get used and abused by everyone around her. Her dad ignores...

    I really enjoy Meg Cabot's writing. I have been following her books since the very first Princess Diaries book came out. I love this shift into the middle grade. I think these are super fun and easy quick reads. This book was incredibly predictable, but I feel like that just didn't mat...

    This book was just *so* sweet. It was full of amazing messages for younger readers, and also had a cute romance in it (like most -all?) Meg Cabot books do. And the parts with Mia, Michael, Rocky, and Grandmère were just so adorable and *squee*. I doubt I'll ever "out-grow" these types...

    I love this series. You never know what Princess Olivia is gonna get her self into. ...

    To see review with gifs click here. I really wish Meg Cabot would write stuff for her older fans again. I get that she?s trying to expand her audience. But God damn it, I have read her stuff for seventeen years and I feel like I?m at my wit?s end since she?s only published k...

    The short version of how I feel about the book and my review told through emojis: ??????? The long version of how I feel about the book and my review told through actual words: Because Hurricane Michael is quickly approaching, my day ended at 1 pm and I had a...

    I didn't realize that this was part of a series when I picked it up (come on publishers, tell me so I can find the first one!) so that didn't help. And I get that this is geared towards younger readers. But despite some smart and funny moments, it was so simplistic. I've read other boo...

    Royal Crown (From the Notebooks of a Middle School Princess) by Meg Cabot, 217 pages. Feiwel & Friends (Macmillan), 2018. $17. Content: G BUYING ADVISORY: EL - ADVISABLE AUDIENCE APPEAL: AVERAGE It is almost the day for Princess Mia?s coronation as the ruler of Genovi...

    I really enjoyed this book and flew through it so quickly; it's such a treat getting a new Cabot book to read and especially this particular series as we get to catch up on Mia's life and family through it. But this one felt a little different somehow. Maybe I'm just getting too old fo...

    I think this is a really cool book. It's the fourth one in the series, and it was pretty cool, except for the fact that I feel like it was a little too mature. I definitely agree this is a middle school book, and most definitely for GIRLS because of all the GIRL DRAMA. But I still like...

    Gosh. If Mia & co. had gotten up to half the mischief that Olivia and her miscreant contemporaries get up to, Grandmère would have shipped them off to the dungeon. The pre-wine cellar dungeon. (Mind, I'm talking more about Olivia's juvenile delinquent friends than I am about Olivi...

    This book seemed like it could have been a little side story of another one. The plot points that I really wanted to know about happened behind the scenes with Mia and the other adults. The things that happened in the forefront of the story involved babysitting and periods. It just did...

  • Alex
    Aug 31, 2018

    This rating may be too high. It's FINE, but it also feels like a retread. Like, yes, I saw Mia go through all these things however many years ago. It's fun to see glimpses of characters, but I'm not sure this series has ever really managed to shine on its own. Something brand new proba...

    [Review to come] ...

    Cabot's Princess Diaries world is my happy place. For me it's like tap-dancing unicorns farting out rainbow sprinkles while I gorge myself on cupcakes. This starts out a little shaky (I wasn't sold on the royal babysitting service at first blush) but it picks up steam once the author g...

    Royal Crown is the fourth book in this middle grade series. If you've read any of the Princess Diaries books then this is a cute companion series. I really enjoy Olivia and I like reading about Genovia and all things royal. However, I would definitely love a YA or adult book. ...

    I have enjoyed most of Meg Cabot's books. This one was no exception. I enjoyed that this series had many of the same characters as the Princess Diaries series. I was a little confused because the father had died in that series and was alive and well in this one. I'll have to go back an...

    Cute and basically just what I eoukd expect from this book. In a good way. A lot of good feminist stuff and good rhetoric. Talks about real stuff like periods and why relationship games are dumb. The only thing I didnt like was the emphasis on kissing. Like dude. Its ok to not be...

    I will never stop reading I been reading princess diaries books since I was 14 years old. A little over a decade later I'm still reading after falling in love with Olivia. These books still let me have glimpses of Mia and the lot and it makes me happy. ...

    In the fourth title in this series, Olivia is worried about whether her friendship with Prince Khalil is the start of a possible romance. Amid threats that the coronation of her sister Mia won't actually come to pass due to complications, Olivia starts feeling inadequate and immature d...

    Another adorable Olivia book by Meg Cabot. I love getting to see some of the characters that I grew up with, as well as meet new ones. Olivia and Khalil are just adorable, and I still love Mia and Michael. I've already been feeling the urge to re-read my favorite books in the Princess ...

    Headed for a Meltdown? I am an adult who has been reading the Princess Diaries for years. I am concerned about the character Olivia. She seemed focused on being good and moral and doing the right thing and yet, she seems to get used and abused by everyone around her. Her dad ignores...

    I really enjoy Meg Cabot's writing. I have been following her books since the very first Princess Diaries book came out. I love this shift into the middle grade. I think these are super fun and easy quick reads. This book was incredibly predictable, but I feel like that just didn't mat...

    This book was just *so* sweet. It was full of amazing messages for younger readers, and also had a cute romance in it (like most -all?) Meg Cabot books do. And the parts with Mia, Michael, Rocky, and Grandmère were just so adorable and *squee*. I doubt I'll ever "out-grow" these types...

    I love this series. You never know what Princess Olivia is gonna get her self into. ...

    To see review with gifs click here. I really wish Meg Cabot would write stuff for her older fans again. I get that she?s trying to expand her audience. But God damn it, I have read her stuff for seventeen years and I feel like I?m at my wit?s end since she?s only published k...

    The short version of how I feel about the book and my review told through emojis: ??????? The long version of how I feel about the book and my review told through actual words: Because Hurricane Michael is quickly approaching, my day ended at 1 pm and I had a...

    I didn't realize that this was part of a series when I picked it up (come on publishers, tell me so I can find the first one!) so that didn't help. And I get that this is geared towards younger readers. But despite some smart and funny moments, it was so simplistic. I've read other boo...

    Royal Crown (From the Notebooks of a Middle School Princess) by Meg Cabot, 217 pages. Feiwel & Friends (Macmillan), 2018. $17. Content: G BUYING ADVISORY: EL - ADVISABLE AUDIENCE APPEAL: AVERAGE It is almost the day for Princess Mia?s coronation as the ruler of Genovi...

    I really enjoyed this book and flew through it so quickly; it's such a treat getting a new Cabot book to read and especially this particular series as we get to catch up on Mia's life and family through it. But this one felt a little different somehow. Maybe I'm just getting too old fo...

    I think this is a really cool book. It's the fourth one in the series, and it was pretty cool, except for the fact that I feel like it was a little too mature. I definitely agree this is a middle school book, and most definitely for GIRLS because of all the GIRL DRAMA. But I still like...

    Gosh. If Mia & co. had gotten up to half the mischief that Olivia and her miscreant contemporaries get up to, Grandmère would have shipped them off to the dungeon. The pre-wine cellar dungeon. (Mind, I'm talking more about Olivia's juvenile delinquent friends than I am about Olivi...

    This book seemed like it could have been a little side story of another one. The plot points that I really wanted to know about happened behind the scenes with Mia and the other adults. The things that happened in the forefront of the story involved babysitting and periods. It just did...

    Meg Cabot did a good job of capturing the confusion and immaturity that often surrounds puberty. The book was well-written and Olivia is a likeable character. However, I found her cousin and her best friend to be annoying and immature. I think it was the prevalence of these two charact...

    Wow I am too old for this book. I mean this is a middle grade book, but out of all of the books in the series, this one was the most childish. The first three were adorable and fun stories but I kept rolling my eyes on this one. The main plot could have been more interesting and the su...

    Closer to a 3.5, the latest (final?) entry in the middle grade look at the Princess Diaries universe is less retread and more paint-by-numbers in many regards, but Cabot is so good at what she does on a whole that it works better than it would in any other circumstance. The series is g...

    I always thought Luisa was a pampered, spoiled snob but while reading this book I realised she might be a potential criminal. I don't care what is happening with her family. Others have it worse. It is truly admirable of Olivia to handle each situation so gracefully despite her inner ...

    This series remains adorable, and I enjoy all the delightful references to the original story, but I have to admit that Olivia's friend Nishi is like a bad combination of Lilly Moscovitz and Tina Hakim Baba during the difficult stretch of Mia's high school years. Olivia is great, bu...

    Princess Olivia is growing up. Her friend from the states is in Genova to help celebrate her sister Mia?s coronation which gets challenged by a cousin and the girls run a baby-sitting business during the preparations. Find out more about what happens between Olivia and Prince Khalil ...

    I find this to be a cute series overall, but this particular book just seemed a LOT younger than the other ones. There was also almost no plot, and so much time was spent talking about getting your first period that it was like the author was trying to be Judy Blume. I'm not sure I...

  • Katie
    Aug 11, 2018

    This rating may be too high. It's FINE, but it also feels like a retread. Like, yes, I saw Mia go through all these things however many years ago. It's fun to see glimpses of characters, but I'm not sure this series has ever really managed to shine on its own. Something brand new proba...

  • Valerie
    Aug 09, 2018

    This rating may be too high. It's FINE, but it also feels like a retread. Like, yes, I saw Mia go through all these things however many years ago. It's fun to see glimpses of characters, but I'm not sure this series has ever really managed to shine on its own. Something brand new proba...

    [Review to come] ...

    Cabot's Princess Diaries world is my happy place. For me it's like tap-dancing unicorns farting out rainbow sprinkles while I gorge myself on cupcakes. This starts out a little shaky (I wasn't sold on the royal babysitting service at first blush) but it picks up steam once the author g...

    Royal Crown is the fourth book in this middle grade series. If you've read any of the Princess Diaries books then this is a cute companion series. I really enjoy Olivia and I like reading about Genovia and all things royal. However, I would definitely love a YA or adult book. ...

    I have enjoyed most of Meg Cabot's books. This one was no exception. I enjoyed that this series had many of the same characters as the Princess Diaries series. I was a little confused because the father had died in that series and was alive and well in this one. I'll have to go back an...

    Cute and basically just what I eoukd expect from this book. In a good way. A lot of good feminist stuff and good rhetoric. Talks about real stuff like periods and why relationship games are dumb. The only thing I didnt like was the emphasis on kissing. Like dude. Its ok to not be...

    I will never stop reading I been reading princess diaries books since I was 14 years old. A little over a decade later I'm still reading after falling in love with Olivia. These books still let me have glimpses of Mia and the lot and it makes me happy. ...

    In the fourth title in this series, Olivia is worried about whether her friendship with Prince Khalil is the start of a possible romance. Amid threats that the coronation of her sister Mia won't actually come to pass due to complications, Olivia starts feeling inadequate and immature d...

    Another adorable Olivia book by Meg Cabot. I love getting to see some of the characters that I grew up with, as well as meet new ones. Olivia and Khalil are just adorable, and I still love Mia and Michael. I've already been feeling the urge to re-read my favorite books in the Princess ...

    Headed for a Meltdown? I am an adult who has been reading the Princess Diaries for years. I am concerned about the character Olivia. She seemed focused on being good and moral and doing the right thing and yet, she seems to get used and abused by everyone around her. Her dad ignores...

    I really enjoy Meg Cabot's writing. I have been following her books since the very first Princess Diaries book came out. I love this shift into the middle grade. I think these are super fun and easy quick reads. This book was incredibly predictable, but I feel like that just didn't mat...

    This book was just *so* sweet. It was full of amazing messages for younger readers, and also had a cute romance in it (like most -all?) Meg Cabot books do. And the parts with Mia, Michael, Rocky, and Grandmère were just so adorable and *squee*. I doubt I'll ever "out-grow" these types...

  • Susan
    Oct 23, 2018

    This rating may be too high. It's FINE, but it also feels like a retread. Like, yes, I saw Mia go through all these things however many years ago. It's fun to see glimpses of characters, but I'm not sure this series has ever really managed to shine on its own. Something brand new proba...

    [Review to come] ...

    Cabot's Princess Diaries world is my happy place. For me it's like tap-dancing unicorns farting out rainbow sprinkles while I gorge myself on cupcakes. This starts out a little shaky (I wasn't sold on the royal babysitting service at first blush) but it picks up steam once the author g...

    Royal Crown is the fourth book in this middle grade series. If you've read any of the Princess Diaries books then this is a cute companion series. I really enjoy Olivia and I like reading about Genovia and all things royal. However, I would definitely love a YA or adult book. ...

    I have enjoyed most of Meg Cabot's books. This one was no exception. I enjoyed that this series had many of the same characters as the Princess Diaries series. I was a little confused because the father had died in that series and was alive and well in this one. I'll have to go back an...

    Cute and basically just what I eoukd expect from this book. In a good way. A lot of good feminist stuff and good rhetoric. Talks about real stuff like periods and why relationship games are dumb. The only thing I didnt like was the emphasis on kissing. Like dude. Its ok to not be...

    I will never stop reading I been reading princess diaries books since I was 14 years old. A little over a decade later I'm still reading after falling in love with Olivia. These books still let me have glimpses of Mia and the lot and it makes me happy. ...

    In the fourth title in this series, Olivia is worried about whether her friendship with Prince Khalil is the start of a possible romance. Amid threats that the coronation of her sister Mia won't actually come to pass due to complications, Olivia starts feeling inadequate and immature d...

    Another adorable Olivia book by Meg Cabot. I love getting to see some of the characters that I grew up with, as well as meet new ones. Olivia and Khalil are just adorable, and I still love Mia and Michael. I've already been feeling the urge to re-read my favorite books in the Princess ...

    Headed for a Meltdown? I am an adult who has been reading the Princess Diaries for years. I am concerned about the character Olivia. She seemed focused on being good and moral and doing the right thing and yet, she seems to get used and abused by everyone around her. Her dad ignores...

    I really enjoy Meg Cabot's writing. I have been following her books since the very first Princess Diaries book came out. I love this shift into the middle grade. I think these are super fun and easy quick reads. This book was incredibly predictable, but I feel like that just didn't mat...

    This book was just *so* sweet. It was full of amazing messages for younger readers, and also had a cute romance in it (like most -all?) Meg Cabot books do. And the parts with Mia, Michael, Rocky, and Grandmère were just so adorable and *squee*. I doubt I'll ever "out-grow" these types...

    I love this series. You never know what Princess Olivia is gonna get her self into. ...

    To see review with gifs click here. I really wish Meg Cabot would write stuff for her older fans again. I get that she?s trying to expand her audience. But God damn it, I have read her stuff for seventeen years and I feel like I?m at my wit?s end since she?s only published k...

    The short version of how I feel about the book and my review told through emojis: ??????? The long version of how I feel about the book and my review told through actual words: Because Hurricane Michael is quickly approaching, my day ended at 1 pm and I had a...

    I didn't realize that this was part of a series when I picked it up (come on publishers, tell me so I can find the first one!) so that didn't help. And I get that this is geared towards younger readers. But despite some smart and funny moments, it was so simplistic. I've read other boo...

    Royal Crown (From the Notebooks of a Middle School Princess) by Meg Cabot, 217 pages. Feiwel & Friends (Macmillan), 2018. $17. Content: G BUYING ADVISORY: EL - ADVISABLE AUDIENCE APPEAL: AVERAGE It is almost the day for Princess Mia?s coronation as the ruler of Genovi...

    I really enjoyed this book and flew through it so quickly; it's such a treat getting a new Cabot book to read and especially this particular series as we get to catch up on Mia's life and family through it. But this one felt a little different somehow. Maybe I'm just getting too old fo...

    I think this is a really cool book. It's the fourth one in the series, and it was pretty cool, except for the fact that I feel like it was a little too mature. I definitely agree this is a middle school book, and most definitely for GIRLS because of all the GIRL DRAMA. But I still like...

    Gosh. If Mia & co. had gotten up to half the mischief that Olivia and her miscreant contemporaries get up to, Grandmère would have shipped them off to the dungeon. The pre-wine cellar dungeon. (Mind, I'm talking more about Olivia's juvenile delinquent friends than I am about Olivi...

    This book seemed like it could have been a little side story of another one. The plot points that I really wanted to know about happened behind the scenes with Mia and the other adults. The things that happened in the forefront of the story involved babysitting and periods. It just did...

    Meg Cabot did a good job of capturing the confusion and immaturity that often surrounds puberty. The book was well-written and Olivia is a likeable character. However, I found her cousin and her best friend to be annoying and immature. I think it was the prevalence of these two charact...

    Wow I am too old for this book. I mean this is a middle grade book, but out of all of the books in the series, this one was the most childish. The first three were adorable and fun stories but I kept rolling my eyes on this one. The main plot could have been more interesting and the su...

    Closer to a 3.5, the latest (final?) entry in the middle grade look at the Princess Diaries universe is less retread and more paint-by-numbers in many regards, but Cabot is so good at what she does on a whole that it works better than it would in any other circumstance. The series is g...

    I always thought Luisa was a pampered, spoiled snob but while reading this book I realised she might be a potential criminal. I don't care what is happening with her family. Others have it worse. It is truly admirable of Olivia to handle each situation so gracefully despite her inner ...

    This series remains adorable, and I enjoy all the delightful references to the original story, but I have to admit that Olivia's friend Nishi is like a bad combination of Lilly Moscovitz and Tina Hakim Baba during the difficult stretch of Mia's high school years. Olivia is great, bu...

    Princess Olivia is growing up. Her friend from the states is in Genova to help celebrate her sister Mia?s coronation which gets challenged by a cousin and the girls run a baby-sitting business during the preparations. Find out more about what happens between Olivia and Prince Khalil ...

  • Kylara Jensen
    Sep 10, 2018

    This rating may be too high. It's FINE, but it also feels like a retread. Like, yes, I saw Mia go through all these things however many years ago. It's fun to see glimpses of characters, but I'm not sure this series has ever really managed to shine on its own. Something brand new proba...

    [Review to come] ...

    Cabot's Princess Diaries world is my happy place. For me it's like tap-dancing unicorns farting out rainbow sprinkles while I gorge myself on cupcakes. This starts out a little shaky (I wasn't sold on the royal babysitting service at first blush) but it picks up steam once the author g...

    Royal Crown is the fourth book in this middle grade series. If you've read any of the Princess Diaries books then this is a cute companion series. I really enjoy Olivia and I like reading about Genovia and all things royal. However, I would definitely love a YA or adult book. ...

    I have enjoyed most of Meg Cabot's books. This one was no exception. I enjoyed that this series had many of the same characters as the Princess Diaries series. I was a little confused because the father had died in that series and was alive and well in this one. I'll have to go back an...

    Cute and basically just what I eoukd expect from this book. In a good way. A lot of good feminist stuff and good rhetoric. Talks about real stuff like periods and why relationship games are dumb. The only thing I didnt like was the emphasis on kissing. Like dude. Its ok to not be...

  • Jennifer
    Aug 24, 2018

    This rating may be too high. It's FINE, but it also feels like a retread. Like, yes, I saw Mia go through all these things however many years ago. It's fun to see glimpses of characters, but I'm not sure this series has ever really managed to shine on its own. Something brand new proba...

    [Review to come] ...

    Cabot's Princess Diaries world is my happy place. For me it's like tap-dancing unicorns farting out rainbow sprinkles while I gorge myself on cupcakes. This starts out a little shaky (I wasn't sold on the royal babysitting service at first blush) but it picks up steam once the author g...

    Royal Crown is the fourth book in this middle grade series. If you've read any of the Princess Diaries books then this is a cute companion series. I really enjoy Olivia and I like reading about Genovia and all things royal. However, I would definitely love a YA or adult book. ...

  • Nasty Lady MJ
    Aug 07, 2018

    This rating may be too high. It's FINE, but it also feels like a retread. Like, yes, I saw Mia go through all these things however many years ago. It's fun to see glimpses of characters, but I'm not sure this series has ever really managed to shine on its own. Something brand new proba...

    [Review to come] ...

    Cabot's Princess Diaries world is my happy place. For me it's like tap-dancing unicorns farting out rainbow sprinkles while I gorge myself on cupcakes. This starts out a little shaky (I wasn't sold on the royal babysitting service at first blush) but it picks up steam once the author g...

    Royal Crown is the fourth book in this middle grade series. If you've read any of the Princess Diaries books then this is a cute companion series. I really enjoy Olivia and I like reading about Genovia and all things royal. However, I would definitely love a YA or adult book. ...

    I have enjoyed most of Meg Cabot's books. This one was no exception. I enjoyed that this series had many of the same characters as the Princess Diaries series. I was a little confused because the father had died in that series and was alive and well in this one. I'll have to go back an...

    Cute and basically just what I eoukd expect from this book. In a good way. A lot of good feminist stuff and good rhetoric. Talks about real stuff like periods and why relationship games are dumb. The only thing I didnt like was the emphasis on kissing. Like dude. Its ok to not be...

    I will never stop reading I been reading princess diaries books since I was 14 years old. A little over a decade later I'm still reading after falling in love with Olivia. These books still let me have glimpses of Mia and the lot and it makes me happy. ...

    In the fourth title in this series, Olivia is worried about whether her friendship with Prince Khalil is the start of a possible romance. Amid threats that the coronation of her sister Mia won't actually come to pass due to complications, Olivia starts feeling inadequate and immature d...

    Another adorable Olivia book by Meg Cabot. I love getting to see some of the characters that I grew up with, as well as meet new ones. Olivia and Khalil are just adorable, and I still love Mia and Michael. I've already been feeling the urge to re-read my favorite books in the Princess ...

    Headed for a Meltdown? I am an adult who has been reading the Princess Diaries for years. I am concerned about the character Olivia. She seemed focused on being good and moral and doing the right thing and yet, she seems to get used and abused by everyone around her. Her dad ignores...

    I really enjoy Meg Cabot's writing. I have been following her books since the very first Princess Diaries book came out. I love this shift into the middle grade. I think these are super fun and easy quick reads. This book was incredibly predictable, but I feel like that just didn't mat...

    This book was just *so* sweet. It was full of amazing messages for younger readers, and also had a cute romance in it (like most -all?) Meg Cabot books do. And the parts with Mia, Michael, Rocky, and Grandmère were just so adorable and *squee*. I doubt I'll ever "out-grow" these types...

    I love this series. You never know what Princess Olivia is gonna get her self into. ...

    To see review with gifs click here. I really wish Meg Cabot would write stuff for her older fans again. I get that she?s trying to expand her audience. But God damn it, I have read her stuff for seventeen years and I feel like I?m at my wit?s end since she?s only published k...

  • Liralen
    Nov 14, 2018

    This rating may be too high. It's FINE, but it also feels like a retread. Like, yes, I saw Mia go through all these things however many years ago. It's fun to see glimpses of characters, but I'm not sure this series has ever really managed to shine on its own. Something brand new proba...

    [Review to come] ...

    Cabot's Princess Diaries world is my happy place. For me it's like tap-dancing unicorns farting out rainbow sprinkles while I gorge myself on cupcakes. This starts out a little shaky (I wasn't sold on the royal babysitting service at first blush) but it picks up steam once the author g...

    Royal Crown is the fourth book in this middle grade series. If you've read any of the Princess Diaries books then this is a cute companion series. I really enjoy Olivia and I like reading about Genovia and all things royal. However, I would definitely love a YA or adult book. ...

    I have enjoyed most of Meg Cabot's books. This one was no exception. I enjoyed that this series had many of the same characters as the Princess Diaries series. I was a little confused because the father had died in that series and was alive and well in this one. I'll have to go back an...

    Cute and basically just what I eoukd expect from this book. In a good way. A lot of good feminist stuff and good rhetoric. Talks about real stuff like periods and why relationship games are dumb. The only thing I didnt like was the emphasis on kissing. Like dude. Its ok to not be...

    I will never stop reading I been reading princess diaries books since I was 14 years old. A little over a decade later I'm still reading after falling in love with Olivia. These books still let me have glimpses of Mia and the lot and it makes me happy. ...

    In the fourth title in this series, Olivia is worried about whether her friendship with Prince Khalil is the start of a possible romance. Amid threats that the coronation of her sister Mia won't actually come to pass due to complications, Olivia starts feeling inadequate and immature d...

    Another adorable Olivia book by Meg Cabot. I love getting to see some of the characters that I grew up with, as well as meet new ones. Olivia and Khalil are just adorable, and I still love Mia and Michael. I've already been feeling the urge to re-read my favorite books in the Princess ...

    Headed for a Meltdown? I am an adult who has been reading the Princess Diaries for years. I am concerned about the character Olivia. She seemed focused on being good and moral and doing the right thing and yet, she seems to get used and abused by everyone around her. Her dad ignores...

    I really enjoy Meg Cabot's writing. I have been following her books since the very first Princess Diaries book came out. I love this shift into the middle grade. I think these are super fun and easy quick reads. This book was incredibly predictable, but I feel like that just didn't mat...

    This book was just *so* sweet. It was full of amazing messages for younger readers, and also had a cute romance in it (like most -all?) Meg Cabot books do. And the parts with Mia, Michael, Rocky, and Grandmère were just so adorable and *squee*. I doubt I'll ever "out-grow" these types...

    I love this series. You never know what Princess Olivia is gonna get her self into. ...

    To see review with gifs click here. I really wish Meg Cabot would write stuff for her older fans again. I get that she?s trying to expand her audience. But God damn it, I have read her stuff for seventeen years and I feel like I?m at my wit?s end since she?s only published k...

    The short version of how I feel about the book and my review told through emojis: ??????? The long version of how I feel about the book and my review told through actual words: Because Hurricane Michael is quickly approaching, my day ended at 1 pm and I had a...

    I didn't realize that this was part of a series when I picked it up (come on publishers, tell me so I can find the first one!) so that didn't help. And I get that this is geared towards younger readers. But despite some smart and funny moments, it was so simplistic. I've read other boo...

    Royal Crown (From the Notebooks of a Middle School Princess) by Meg Cabot, 217 pages. Feiwel & Friends (Macmillan), 2018. $17. Content: G BUYING ADVISORY: EL - ADVISABLE AUDIENCE APPEAL: AVERAGE It is almost the day for Princess Mia?s coronation as the ruler of Genovi...

    I really enjoyed this book and flew through it so quickly; it's such a treat getting a new Cabot book to read and especially this particular series as we get to catch up on Mia's life and family through it. But this one felt a little different somehow. Maybe I'm just getting too old fo...

    I think this is a really cool book. It's the fourth one in the series, and it was pretty cool, except for the fact that I feel like it was a little too mature. I definitely agree this is a middle school book, and most definitely for GIRLS because of all the GIRL DRAMA. But I still like...

    Gosh. If Mia & co. had gotten up to half the mischief that Olivia and her miscreant contemporaries get up to, Grandmère would have shipped them off to the dungeon. The pre-wine cellar dungeon. (Mind, I'm talking more about Olivia's juvenile delinquent friends than I am about Olivi...

  • Katie
    Aug 29, 2018

    This rating may be too high. It's FINE, but it also feels like a retread. Like, yes, I saw Mia go through all these things however many years ago. It's fun to see glimpses of characters, but I'm not sure this series has ever really managed to shine on its own. Something brand new proba...

    [Review to come] ...

    Cabot's Princess Diaries world is my happy place. For me it's like tap-dancing unicorns farting out rainbow sprinkles while I gorge myself on cupcakes. This starts out a little shaky (I wasn't sold on the royal babysitting service at first blush) but it picks up steam once the author g...

    Royal Crown is the fourth book in this middle grade series. If you've read any of the Princess Diaries books then this is a cute companion series. I really enjoy Olivia and I like reading about Genovia and all things royal. However, I would definitely love a YA or adult book. ...

    I have enjoyed most of Meg Cabot's books. This one was no exception. I enjoyed that this series had many of the same characters as the Princess Diaries series. I was a little confused because the father had died in that series and was alive and well in this one. I'll have to go back an...

    Cute and basically just what I eoukd expect from this book. In a good way. A lot of good feminist stuff and good rhetoric. Talks about real stuff like periods and why relationship games are dumb. The only thing I didnt like was the emphasis on kissing. Like dude. Its ok to not be...

    I will never stop reading I been reading princess diaries books since I was 14 years old. A little over a decade later I'm still reading after falling in love with Olivia. These books still let me have glimpses of Mia and the lot and it makes me happy. ...

    In the fourth title in this series, Olivia is worried about whether her friendship with Prince Khalil is the start of a possible romance. Amid threats that the coronation of her sister Mia won't actually come to pass due to complications, Olivia starts feeling inadequate and immature d...

    Another adorable Olivia book by Meg Cabot. I love getting to see some of the characters that I grew up with, as well as meet new ones. Olivia and Khalil are just adorable, and I still love Mia and Michael. I've already been feeling the urge to re-read my favorite books in the Princess ...

    Headed for a Meltdown? I am an adult who has been reading the Princess Diaries for years. I am concerned about the character Olivia. She seemed focused on being good and moral and doing the right thing and yet, she seems to get used and abused by everyone around her. Her dad ignores...

    I really enjoy Meg Cabot's writing. I have been following her books since the very first Princess Diaries book came out. I love this shift into the middle grade. I think these are super fun and easy quick reads. This book was incredibly predictable, but I feel like that just didn't mat...

    This book was just *so* sweet. It was full of amazing messages for younger readers, and also had a cute romance in it (like most -all?) Meg Cabot books do. And the parts with Mia, Michael, Rocky, and Grandmère were just so adorable and *squee*. I doubt I'll ever "out-grow" these types...

    I love this series. You never know what Princess Olivia is gonna get her self into. ...

    To see review with gifs click here. I really wish Meg Cabot would write stuff for her older fans again. I get that she?s trying to expand her audience. But God damn it, I have read her stuff for seventeen years and I feel like I?m at my wit?s end since she?s only published k...

    The short version of how I feel about the book and my review told through emojis: ??????? The long version of how I feel about the book and my review told through actual words: Because Hurricane Michael is quickly approaching, my day ended at 1 pm and I had a...

    I didn't realize that this was part of a series when I picked it up (come on publishers, tell me so I can find the first one!) so that didn't help. And I get that this is geared towards younger readers. But despite some smart and funny moments, it was so simplistic. I've read other boo...

    Royal Crown (From the Notebooks of a Middle School Princess) by Meg Cabot, 217 pages. Feiwel & Friends (Macmillan), 2018. $17. Content: G BUYING ADVISORY: EL - ADVISABLE AUDIENCE APPEAL: AVERAGE It is almost the day for Princess Mia?s coronation as the ruler of Genovi...

    I really enjoyed this book and flew through it so quickly; it's such a treat getting a new Cabot book to read and especially this particular series as we get to catch up on Mia's life and family through it. But this one felt a little different somehow. Maybe I'm just getting too old fo...

    I think this is a really cool book. It's the fourth one in the series, and it was pretty cool, except for the fact that I feel like it was a little too mature. I definitely agree this is a middle school book, and most definitely for GIRLS because of all the GIRL DRAMA. But I still like...

    Gosh. If Mia & co. had gotten up to half the mischief that Olivia and her miscreant contemporaries get up to, Grandmère would have shipped them off to the dungeon. The pre-wine cellar dungeon. (Mind, I'm talking more about Olivia's juvenile delinquent friends than I am about Olivi...

    This book seemed like it could have been a little side story of another one. The plot points that I really wanted to know about happened behind the scenes with Mia and the other adults. The things that happened in the forefront of the story involved babysitting and periods. It just did...

    Meg Cabot did a good job of capturing the confusion and immaturity that often surrounds puberty. The book was well-written and Olivia is a likeable character. However, I found her cousin and her best friend to be annoying and immature. I think it was the prevalence of these two charact...

    Wow I am too old for this book. I mean this is a middle grade book, but out of all of the books in the series, this one was the most childish. The first three were adorable and fun stories but I kept rolling my eyes on this one. The main plot could have been more interesting and the su...

    Closer to a 3.5, the latest (final?) entry in the middle grade look at the Princess Diaries universe is less retread and more paint-by-numbers in many regards, but Cabot is so good at what she does on a whole that it works better than it would in any other circumstance. The series is g...

    I always thought Luisa was a pampered, spoiled snob but while reading this book I realised she might be a potential criminal. I don't care what is happening with her family. Others have it worse. It is truly admirable of Olivia to handle each situation so gracefully despite her inner ...

    This series remains adorable, and I enjoy all the delightful references to the original story, but I have to admit that Olivia's friend Nishi is like a bad combination of Lilly Moscovitz and Tina Hakim Baba during the difficult stretch of Mia's high school years. Olivia is great, bu...

  • BookChic Club
    Aug 21, 2018

    This rating may be too high. It's FINE, but it also feels like a retread. Like, yes, I saw Mia go through all these things however many years ago. It's fun to see glimpses of characters, but I'm not sure this series has ever really managed to shine on its own. Something brand new proba...

    [Review to come] ...

    Cabot's Princess Diaries world is my happy place. For me it's like tap-dancing unicorns farting out rainbow sprinkles while I gorge myself on cupcakes. This starts out a little shaky (I wasn't sold on the royal babysitting service at first blush) but it picks up steam once the author g...

    Royal Crown is the fourth book in this middle grade series. If you've read any of the Princess Diaries books then this is a cute companion series. I really enjoy Olivia and I like reading about Genovia and all things royal. However, I would definitely love a YA or adult book. ...

    I have enjoyed most of Meg Cabot's books. This one was no exception. I enjoyed that this series had many of the same characters as the Princess Diaries series. I was a little confused because the father had died in that series and was alive and well in this one. I'll have to go back an...

    Cute and basically just what I eoukd expect from this book. In a good way. A lot of good feminist stuff and good rhetoric. Talks about real stuff like periods and why relationship games are dumb. The only thing I didnt like was the emphasis on kissing. Like dude. Its ok to not be...

    I will never stop reading I been reading princess diaries books since I was 14 years old. A little over a decade later I'm still reading after falling in love with Olivia. These books still let me have glimpses of Mia and the lot and it makes me happy. ...

    In the fourth title in this series, Olivia is worried about whether her friendship with Prince Khalil is the start of a possible romance. Amid threats that the coronation of her sister Mia won't actually come to pass due to complications, Olivia starts feeling inadequate and immature d...

    Another adorable Olivia book by Meg Cabot. I love getting to see some of the characters that I grew up with, as well as meet new ones. Olivia and Khalil are just adorable, and I still love Mia and Michael. I've already been feeling the urge to re-read my favorite books in the Princess ...

    Headed for a Meltdown? I am an adult who has been reading the Princess Diaries for years. I am concerned about the character Olivia. She seemed focused on being good and moral and doing the right thing and yet, she seems to get used and abused by everyone around her. Her dad ignores...

    I really enjoy Meg Cabot's writing. I have been following her books since the very first Princess Diaries book came out. I love this shift into the middle grade. I think these are super fun and easy quick reads. This book was incredibly predictable, but I feel like that just didn't mat...

    This book was just *so* sweet. It was full of amazing messages for younger readers, and also had a cute romance in it (like most -all?) Meg Cabot books do. And the parts with Mia, Michael, Rocky, and Grandmère were just so adorable and *squee*. I doubt I'll ever "out-grow" these types...

    I love this series. You never know what Princess Olivia is gonna get her self into. ...

    To see review with gifs click here. I really wish Meg Cabot would write stuff for her older fans again. I get that she?s trying to expand her audience. But God damn it, I have read her stuff for seventeen years and I feel like I?m at my wit?s end since she?s only published k...

    The short version of how I feel about the book and my review told through emojis: ??????? The long version of how I feel about the book and my review told through actual words: Because Hurricane Michael is quickly approaching, my day ended at 1 pm and I had a...

    I didn't realize that this was part of a series when I picked it up (come on publishers, tell me so I can find the first one!) so that didn't help. And I get that this is geared towards younger readers. But despite some smart and funny moments, it was so simplistic. I've read other boo...

    Royal Crown (From the Notebooks of a Middle School Princess) by Meg Cabot, 217 pages. Feiwel & Friends (Macmillan), 2018. $17. Content: G BUYING ADVISORY: EL - ADVISABLE AUDIENCE APPEAL: AVERAGE It is almost the day for Princess Mia?s coronation as the ruler of Genovi...

    I really enjoyed this book and flew through it so quickly; it's such a treat getting a new Cabot book to read and especially this particular series as we get to catch up on Mia's life and family through it. But this one felt a little different somehow. Maybe I'm just getting too old fo...

  • K Whatsherface
    Aug 13, 2018

    This rating may be too high. It's FINE, but it also feels like a retread. Like, yes, I saw Mia go through all these things however many years ago. It's fun to see glimpses of characters, but I'm not sure this series has ever really managed to shine on its own. Something brand new proba...

    [Review to come] ...

    Cabot's Princess Diaries world is my happy place. For me it's like tap-dancing unicorns farting out rainbow sprinkles while I gorge myself on cupcakes. This starts out a little shaky (I wasn't sold on the royal babysitting service at first blush) but it picks up steam once the author g...

    Royal Crown is the fourth book in this middle grade series. If you've read any of the Princess Diaries books then this is a cute companion series. I really enjoy Olivia and I like reading about Genovia and all things royal. However, I would definitely love a YA or adult book. ...

    I have enjoyed most of Meg Cabot's books. This one was no exception. I enjoyed that this series had many of the same characters as the Princess Diaries series. I was a little confused because the father had died in that series and was alive and well in this one. I'll have to go back an...

    Cute and basically just what I eoukd expect from this book. In a good way. A lot of good feminist stuff and good rhetoric. Talks about real stuff like periods and why relationship games are dumb. The only thing I didnt like was the emphasis on kissing. Like dude. Its ok to not be...

    I will never stop reading I been reading princess diaries books since I was 14 years old. A little over a decade later I'm still reading after falling in love with Olivia. These books still let me have glimpses of Mia and the lot and it makes me happy. ...

    In the fourth title in this series, Olivia is worried about whether her friendship with Prince Khalil is the start of a possible romance. Amid threats that the coronation of her sister Mia won't actually come to pass due to complications, Olivia starts feeling inadequate and immature d...

    Another adorable Olivia book by Meg Cabot. I love getting to see some of the characters that I grew up with, as well as meet new ones. Olivia and Khalil are just adorable, and I still love Mia and Michael. I've already been feeling the urge to re-read my favorite books in the Princess ...

    Headed for a Meltdown? I am an adult who has been reading the Princess Diaries for years. I am concerned about the character Olivia. She seemed focused on being good and moral and doing the right thing and yet, she seems to get used and abused by everyone around her. Her dad ignores...

    I really enjoy Meg Cabot's writing. I have been following her books since the very first Princess Diaries book came out. I love this shift into the middle grade. I think these are super fun and easy quick reads. This book was incredibly predictable, but I feel like that just didn't mat...

    This book was just *so* sweet. It was full of amazing messages for younger readers, and also had a cute romance in it (like most -all?) Meg Cabot books do. And the parts with Mia, Michael, Rocky, and Grandmère were just so adorable and *squee*. I doubt I'll ever "out-grow" these types...

    I love this series. You never know what Princess Olivia is gonna get her self into. ...

    To see review with gifs click here. I really wish Meg Cabot would write stuff for her older fans again. I get that she?s trying to expand her audience. But God damn it, I have read her stuff for seventeen years and I feel like I?m at my wit?s end since she?s only published k...

    The short version of how I feel about the book and my review told through emojis: ??????? The long version of how I feel about the book and my review told through actual words: Because Hurricane Michael is quickly approaching, my day ended at 1 pm and I had a...

    I didn't realize that this was part of a series when I picked it up (come on publishers, tell me so I can find the first one!) so that didn't help. And I get that this is geared towards younger readers. But despite some smart and funny moments, it was so simplistic. I've read other boo...

    Royal Crown (From the Notebooks of a Middle School Princess) by Meg Cabot, 217 pages. Feiwel & Friends (Macmillan), 2018. $17. Content: G BUYING ADVISORY: EL - ADVISABLE AUDIENCE APPEAL: AVERAGE It is almost the day for Princess Mia?s coronation as the ruler of Genovi...

    I really enjoyed this book and flew through it so quickly; it's such a treat getting a new Cabot book to read and especially this particular series as we get to catch up on Mia's life and family through it. But this one felt a little different somehow. Maybe I'm just getting too old fo...

    I think this is a really cool book. It's the fourth one in the series, and it was pretty cool, except for the fact that I feel like it was a little too mature. I definitely agree this is a middle school book, and most definitely for GIRLS because of all the GIRL DRAMA. But I still like...

    Gosh. If Mia & co. had gotten up to half the mischief that Olivia and her miscreant contemporaries get up to, Grandmère would have shipped them off to the dungeon. The pre-wine cellar dungeon. (Mind, I'm talking more about Olivia's juvenile delinquent friends than I am about Olivi...

    This book seemed like it could have been a little side story of another one. The plot points that I really wanted to know about happened behind the scenes with Mia and the other adults. The things that happened in the forefront of the story involved babysitting and periods. It just did...

    Meg Cabot did a good job of capturing the confusion and immaturity that often surrounds puberty. The book was well-written and Olivia is a likeable character. However, I found her cousin and her best friend to be annoying and immature. I think it was the prevalence of these two charact...

    Wow I am too old for this book. I mean this is a middle grade book, but out of all of the books in the series, this one was the most childish. The first three were adorable and fun stories but I kept rolling my eyes on this one. The main plot could have been more interesting and the su...

    Closer to a 3.5, the latest (final?) entry in the middle grade look at the Princess Diaries universe is less retread and more paint-by-numbers in many regards, but Cabot is so good at what she does on a whole that it works better than it would in any other circumstance. The series is g...

    I always thought Luisa was a pampered, spoiled snob but while reading this book I realised she might be a potential criminal. I don't care what is happening with her family. Others have it worse. It is truly admirable of Olivia to handle each situation so gracefully despite her inner ...

    This series remains adorable, and I enjoy all the delightful references to the original story, but I have to admit that Olivia's friend Nishi is like a bad combination of Lilly Moscovitz and Tina Hakim Baba during the difficult stretch of Mia's high school years. Olivia is great, bu...

    Princess Olivia is growing up. Her friend from the states is in Genova to help celebrate her sister Mia?s coronation which gets challenged by a cousin and the girls run a baby-sitting business during the preparations. Find out more about what happens between Olivia and Prince Khalil ...

    I find this to be a cute series overall, but this particular book just seemed a LOT younger than the other ones. There was also almost no plot, and so much time was spent talking about getting your first period that it was like the author was trying to be Judy Blume. I'm not sure I...

    cute. good for the target audience. and as much as I love meg Cabot and enjoy these books I wish she would write an YA or adult novel. I'm willing to read anything she puts out but I'm starting to miss books with a older tone. yes I know there are other authors. I read them too but I l...

  • Amanda [Novel Addiction]
    Sep 07, 2018

    This rating may be too high. It's FINE, but it also feels like a retread. Like, yes, I saw Mia go through all these things however many years ago. It's fun to see glimpses of characters, but I'm not sure this series has ever really managed to shine on its own. Something brand new proba...

    [Review to come] ...

    Cabot's Princess Diaries world is my happy place. For me it's like tap-dancing unicorns farting out rainbow sprinkles while I gorge myself on cupcakes. This starts out a little shaky (I wasn't sold on the royal babysitting service at first blush) but it picks up steam once the author g...

    Royal Crown is the fourth book in this middle grade series. If you've read any of the Princess Diaries books then this is a cute companion series. I really enjoy Olivia and I like reading about Genovia and all things royal. However, I would definitely love a YA or adult book. ...

    I have enjoyed most of Meg Cabot's books. This one was no exception. I enjoyed that this series had many of the same characters as the Princess Diaries series. I was a little confused because the father had died in that series and was alive and well in this one. I'll have to go back an...

    Cute and basically just what I eoukd expect from this book. In a good way. A lot of good feminist stuff and good rhetoric. Talks about real stuff like periods and why relationship games are dumb. The only thing I didnt like was the emphasis on kissing. Like dude. Its ok to not be...

    I will never stop reading I been reading princess diaries books since I was 14 years old. A little over a decade later I'm still reading after falling in love with Olivia. These books still let me have glimpses of Mia and the lot and it makes me happy. ...

    In the fourth title in this series, Olivia is worried about whether her friendship with Prince Khalil is the start of a possible romance. Amid threats that the coronation of her sister Mia won't actually come to pass due to complications, Olivia starts feeling inadequate and immature d...

    Another adorable Olivia book by Meg Cabot. I love getting to see some of the characters that I grew up with, as well as meet new ones. Olivia and Khalil are just adorable, and I still love Mia and Michael. I've already been feeling the urge to re-read my favorite books in the Princess ...

  • SuperWendy
    Sep 22, 2018

    This rating may be too high. It's FINE, but it also feels like a retread. Like, yes, I saw Mia go through all these things however many years ago. It's fun to see glimpses of characters, but I'm not sure this series has ever really managed to shine on its own. Something brand new proba...

    [Review to come] ...

    Cabot's Princess Diaries world is my happy place. For me it's like tap-dancing unicorns farting out rainbow sprinkles while I gorge myself on cupcakes. This starts out a little shaky (I wasn't sold on the royal babysitting service at first blush) but it picks up steam once the author g...

  • Beth Gonzalez
    Aug 30, 2018

    This rating may be too high. It's FINE, but it also feels like a retread. Like, yes, I saw Mia go through all these things however many years ago. It's fun to see glimpses of characters, but I'm not sure this series has ever really managed to shine on its own. Something brand new proba...

    [Review to come] ...

    Cabot's Princess Diaries world is my happy place. For me it's like tap-dancing unicorns farting out rainbow sprinkles while I gorge myself on cupcakes. This starts out a little shaky (I wasn't sold on the royal babysitting service at first blush) but it picks up steam once the author g...

    Royal Crown is the fourth book in this middle grade series. If you've read any of the Princess Diaries books then this is a cute companion series. I really enjoy Olivia and I like reading about Genovia and all things royal. However, I would definitely love a YA or adult book. ...

    I have enjoyed most of Meg Cabot's books. This one was no exception. I enjoyed that this series had many of the same characters as the Princess Diaries series. I was a little confused because the father had died in that series and was alive and well in this one. I'll have to go back an...

    Cute and basically just what I eoukd expect from this book. In a good way. A lot of good feminist stuff and good rhetoric. Talks about real stuff like periods and why relationship games are dumb. The only thing I didnt like was the emphasis on kissing. Like dude. Its ok to not be...

    I will never stop reading I been reading princess diaries books since I was 14 years old. A little over a decade later I'm still reading after falling in love with Olivia. These books still let me have glimpses of Mia and the lot and it makes me happy. ...

    In the fourth title in this series, Olivia is worried about whether her friendship with Prince Khalil is the start of a possible romance. Amid threats that the coronation of her sister Mia won't actually come to pass due to complications, Olivia starts feeling inadequate and immature d...

    Another adorable Olivia book by Meg Cabot. I love getting to see some of the characters that I grew up with, as well as meet new ones. Olivia and Khalil are just adorable, and I still love Mia and Michael. I've already been feeling the urge to re-read my favorite books in the Princess ...

    Headed for a Meltdown? I am an adult who has been reading the Princess Diaries for years. I am concerned about the character Olivia. She seemed focused on being good and moral and doing the right thing and yet, she seems to get used and abused by everyone around her. Her dad ignores...

  • Francesca
    Aug 05, 2018

    This rating may be too high. It's FINE, but it also feels like a retread. Like, yes, I saw Mia go through all these things however many years ago. It's fun to see glimpses of characters, but I'm not sure this series has ever really managed to shine on its own. Something brand new proba...

    [Review to come] ...

    Cabot's Princess Diaries world is my happy place. For me it's like tap-dancing unicorns farting out rainbow sprinkles while I gorge myself on cupcakes. This starts out a little shaky (I wasn't sold on the royal babysitting service at first blush) but it picks up steam once the author g...

    Royal Crown is the fourth book in this middle grade series. If you've read any of the Princess Diaries books then this is a cute companion series. I really enjoy Olivia and I like reading about Genovia and all things royal. However, I would definitely love a YA or adult book. ...

    I have enjoyed most of Meg Cabot's books. This one was no exception. I enjoyed that this series had many of the same characters as the Princess Diaries series. I was a little confused because the father had died in that series and was alive and well in this one. I'll have to go back an...

    Cute and basically just what I eoukd expect from this book. In a good way. A lot of good feminist stuff and good rhetoric. Talks about real stuff like periods and why relationship games are dumb. The only thing I didnt like was the emphasis on kissing. Like dude. Its ok to not be...

    I will never stop reading I been reading princess diaries books since I was 14 years old. A little over a decade later I'm still reading after falling in love with Olivia. These books still let me have glimpses of Mia and the lot and it makes me happy. ...

    In the fourth title in this series, Olivia is worried about whether her friendship with Prince Khalil is the start of a possible romance. Amid threats that the coronation of her sister Mia won't actually come to pass due to complications, Olivia starts feeling inadequate and immature d...

    Another adorable Olivia book by Meg Cabot. I love getting to see some of the characters that I grew up with, as well as meet new ones. Olivia and Khalil are just adorable, and I still love Mia and Michael. I've already been feeling the urge to re-read my favorite books in the Princess ...

    Headed for a Meltdown? I am an adult who has been reading the Princess Diaries for years. I am concerned about the character Olivia. She seemed focused on being good and moral and doing the right thing and yet, she seems to get used and abused by everyone around her. Her dad ignores...

    I really enjoy Meg Cabot's writing. I have been following her books since the very first Princess Diaries book came out. I love this shift into the middle grade. I think these are super fun and easy quick reads. This book was incredibly predictable, but I feel like that just didn't mat...

  • Cindy Mitchell *Kiss the Book*
    Nov 19, 2018

    This rating may be too high. It's FINE, but it also feels like a retread. Like, yes, I saw Mia go through all these things however many years ago. It's fun to see glimpses of characters, but I'm not sure this series has ever really managed to shine on its own. Something brand new proba...

    [Review to come] ...

    Cabot's Princess Diaries world is my happy place. For me it's like tap-dancing unicorns farting out rainbow sprinkles while I gorge myself on cupcakes. This starts out a little shaky (I wasn't sold on the royal babysitting service at first blush) but it picks up steam once the author g...

    Royal Crown is the fourth book in this middle grade series. If you've read any of the Princess Diaries books then this is a cute companion series. I really enjoy Olivia and I like reading about Genovia and all things royal. However, I would definitely love a YA or adult book. ...

    I have enjoyed most of Meg Cabot's books. This one was no exception. I enjoyed that this series had many of the same characters as the Princess Diaries series. I was a little confused because the father had died in that series and was alive and well in this one. I'll have to go back an...

    Cute and basically just what I eoukd expect from this book. In a good way. A lot of good feminist stuff and good rhetoric. Talks about real stuff like periods and why relationship games are dumb. The only thing I didnt like was the emphasis on kissing. Like dude. Its ok to not be...

    I will never stop reading I been reading princess diaries books since I was 14 years old. A little over a decade later I'm still reading after falling in love with Olivia. These books still let me have glimpses of Mia and the lot and it makes me happy. ...

    In the fourth title in this series, Olivia is worried about whether her friendship with Prince Khalil is the start of a possible romance. Amid threats that the coronation of her sister Mia won't actually come to pass due to complications, Olivia starts feeling inadequate and immature d...

    Another adorable Olivia book by Meg Cabot. I love getting to see some of the characters that I grew up with, as well as meet new ones. Olivia and Khalil are just adorable, and I still love Mia and Michael. I've already been feeling the urge to re-read my favorite books in the Princess ...

    Headed for a Meltdown? I am an adult who has been reading the Princess Diaries for years. I am concerned about the character Olivia. She seemed focused on being good and moral and doing the right thing and yet, she seems to get used and abused by everyone around her. Her dad ignores...

    I really enjoy Meg Cabot's writing. I have been following her books since the very first Princess Diaries book came out. I love this shift into the middle grade. I think these are super fun and easy quick reads. This book was incredibly predictable, but I feel like that just didn't mat...

    This book was just *so* sweet. It was full of amazing messages for younger readers, and also had a cute romance in it (like most -all?) Meg Cabot books do. And the parts with Mia, Michael, Rocky, and Grandmère were just so adorable and *squee*. I doubt I'll ever "out-grow" these types...

    I love this series. You never know what Princess Olivia is gonna get her self into. ...

    To see review with gifs click here. I really wish Meg Cabot would write stuff for her older fans again. I get that she?s trying to expand her audience. But God damn it, I have read her stuff for seventeen years and I feel like I?m at my wit?s end since she?s only published k...

    The short version of how I feel about the book and my review told through emojis: ??????? The long version of how I feel about the book and my review told through actual words: Because Hurricane Michael is quickly approaching, my day ended at 1 pm and I had a...

    I didn't realize that this was part of a series when I picked it up (come on publishers, tell me so I can find the first one!) so that didn't help. And I get that this is geared towards younger readers. But despite some smart and funny moments, it was so simplistic. I've read other boo...

    Royal Crown (From the Notebooks of a Middle School Princess) by Meg Cabot, 217 pages. Feiwel & Friends (Macmillan), 2018. $17. Content: G BUYING ADVISORY: EL - ADVISABLE AUDIENCE APPEAL: AVERAGE It is almost the day for Princess Mia?s coronation as the ruler of Genovi...

  • Jeanne
    Nov 21, 2018

    This rating may be too high. It's FINE, but it also feels like a retread. Like, yes, I saw Mia go through all these things however many years ago. It's fun to see glimpses of characters, but I'm not sure this series has ever really managed to shine on its own. Something brand new proba...

    [Review to come] ...

    Cabot's Princess Diaries world is my happy place. For me it's like tap-dancing unicorns farting out rainbow sprinkles while I gorge myself on cupcakes. This starts out a little shaky (I wasn't sold on the royal babysitting service at first blush) but it picks up steam once the author g...

    Royal Crown is the fourth book in this middle grade series. If you've read any of the Princess Diaries books then this is a cute companion series. I really enjoy Olivia and I like reading about Genovia and all things royal. However, I would definitely love a YA or adult book. ...

    I have enjoyed most of Meg Cabot's books. This one was no exception. I enjoyed that this series had many of the same characters as the Princess Diaries series. I was a little confused because the father had died in that series and was alive and well in this one. I'll have to go back an...

    Cute and basically just what I eoukd expect from this book. In a good way. A lot of good feminist stuff and good rhetoric. Talks about real stuff like periods and why relationship games are dumb. The only thing I didnt like was the emphasis on kissing. Like dude. Its ok to not be...

    I will never stop reading I been reading princess diaries books since I was 14 years old. A little over a decade later I'm still reading after falling in love with Olivia. These books still let me have glimpses of Mia and the lot and it makes me happy. ...

    In the fourth title in this series, Olivia is worried about whether her friendship with Prince Khalil is the start of a possible romance. Amid threats that the coronation of her sister Mia won't actually come to pass due to complications, Olivia starts feeling inadequate and immature d...

    Another adorable Olivia book by Meg Cabot. I love getting to see some of the characters that I grew up with, as well as meet new ones. Olivia and Khalil are just adorable, and I still love Mia and Michael. I've already been feeling the urge to re-read my favorite books in the Princess ...

    Headed for a Meltdown? I am an adult who has been reading the Princess Diaries for years. I am concerned about the character Olivia. She seemed focused on being good and moral and doing the right thing and yet, she seems to get used and abused by everyone around her. Her dad ignores...

    I really enjoy Meg Cabot's writing. I have been following her books since the very first Princess Diaries book came out. I love this shift into the middle grade. I think these are super fun and easy quick reads. This book was incredibly predictable, but I feel like that just didn't mat...

    This book was just *so* sweet. It was full of amazing messages for younger readers, and also had a cute romance in it (like most -all?) Meg Cabot books do. And the parts with Mia, Michael, Rocky, and Grandmère were just so adorable and *squee*. I doubt I'll ever "out-grow" these types...

    I love this series. You never know what Princess Olivia is gonna get her self into. ...

    To see review with gifs click here. I really wish Meg Cabot would write stuff for her older fans again. I get that she?s trying to expand her audience. But God damn it, I have read her stuff for seventeen years and I feel like I?m at my wit?s end since she?s only published k...

    The short version of how I feel about the book and my review told through emojis: ??????? The long version of how I feel about the book and my review told through actual words: Because Hurricane Michael is quickly approaching, my day ended at 1 pm and I had a...

    I didn't realize that this was part of a series when I picked it up (come on publishers, tell me so I can find the first one!) so that didn't help. And I get that this is geared towards younger readers. But despite some smart and funny moments, it was so simplistic. I've read other boo...

  • Andrea
    Sep 24, 2018

    This rating may be too high. It's FINE, but it also feels like a retread. Like, yes, I saw Mia go through all these things however many years ago. It's fun to see glimpses of characters, but I'm not sure this series has ever really managed to shine on its own. Something brand new proba...

    [Review to come] ...

    Cabot's Princess Diaries world is my happy place. For me it's like tap-dancing unicorns farting out rainbow sprinkles while I gorge myself on cupcakes. This starts out a little shaky (I wasn't sold on the royal babysitting service at first blush) but it picks up steam once the author g...

    Royal Crown is the fourth book in this middle grade series. If you've read any of the Princess Diaries books then this is a cute companion series. I really enjoy Olivia and I like reading about Genovia and all things royal. However, I would definitely love a YA or adult book. ...

    I have enjoyed most of Meg Cabot's books. This one was no exception. I enjoyed that this series had many of the same characters as the Princess Diaries series. I was a little confused because the father had died in that series and was alive and well in this one. I'll have to go back an...

    Cute and basically just what I eoukd expect from this book. In a good way. A lot of good feminist stuff and good rhetoric. Talks about real stuff like periods and why relationship games are dumb. The only thing I didnt like was the emphasis on kissing. Like dude. Its ok to not be...

    I will never stop reading I been reading princess diaries books since I was 14 years old. A little over a decade later I'm still reading after falling in love with Olivia. These books still let me have glimpses of Mia and the lot and it makes me happy. ...

    In the fourth title in this series, Olivia is worried about whether her friendship with Prince Khalil is the start of a possible romance. Amid threats that the coronation of her sister Mia won't actually come to pass due to complications, Olivia starts feeling inadequate and immature d...

    Another adorable Olivia book by Meg Cabot. I love getting to see some of the characters that I grew up with, as well as meet new ones. Olivia and Khalil are just adorable, and I still love Mia and Michael. I've already been feeling the urge to re-read my favorite books in the Princess ...

    Headed for a Meltdown? I am an adult who has been reading the Princess Diaries for years. I am concerned about the character Olivia. She seemed focused on being good and moral and doing the right thing and yet, she seems to get used and abused by everyone around her. Her dad ignores...

    I really enjoy Meg Cabot's writing. I have been following her books since the very first Princess Diaries book came out. I love this shift into the middle grade. I think these are super fun and easy quick reads. This book was incredibly predictable, but I feel like that just didn't mat...

    This book was just *so* sweet. It was full of amazing messages for younger readers, and also had a cute romance in it (like most -all?) Meg Cabot books do. And the parts with Mia, Michael, Rocky, and Grandmère were just so adorable and *squee*. I doubt I'll ever "out-grow" these types...

    I love this series. You never know what Princess Olivia is gonna get her self into. ...

    To see review with gifs click here. I really wish Meg Cabot would write stuff for her older fans again. I get that she?s trying to expand her audience. But God damn it, I have read her stuff for seventeen years and I feel like I?m at my wit?s end since she?s only published k...

    The short version of how I feel about the book and my review told through emojis: ??????? The long version of how I feel about the book and my review told through actual words: Because Hurricane Michael is quickly approaching, my day ended at 1 pm and I had a...

    I didn't realize that this was part of a series when I picked it up (come on publishers, tell me so I can find the first one!) so that didn't help. And I get that this is geared towards younger readers. But despite some smart and funny moments, it was so simplistic. I've read other boo...

    Royal Crown (From the Notebooks of a Middle School Princess) by Meg Cabot, 217 pages. Feiwel & Friends (Macmillan), 2018. $17. Content: G BUYING ADVISORY: EL - ADVISABLE AUDIENCE APPEAL: AVERAGE It is almost the day for Princess Mia?s coronation as the ruler of Genovi...

    I really enjoyed this book and flew through it so quickly; it's such a treat getting a new Cabot book to read and especially this particular series as we get to catch up on Mia's life and family through it. But this one felt a little different somehow. Maybe I'm just getting too old fo...

    I think this is a really cool book. It's the fourth one in the series, and it was pretty cool, except for the fact that I feel like it was a little too mature. I definitely agree this is a middle school book, and most definitely for GIRLS because of all the GIRL DRAMA. But I still like...

    Gosh. If Mia & co. had gotten up to half the mischief that Olivia and her miscreant contemporaries get up to, Grandmère would have shipped them off to the dungeon. The pre-wine cellar dungeon. (Mind, I'm talking more about Olivia's juvenile delinquent friends than I am about Olivi...

    This book seemed like it could have been a little side story of another one. The plot points that I really wanted to know about happened behind the scenes with Mia and the other adults. The things that happened in the forefront of the story involved babysitting and periods. It just did...

    Meg Cabot did a good job of capturing the confusion and immaturity that often surrounds puberty. The book was well-written and Olivia is a likeable character. However, I found her cousin and her best friend to be annoying and immature. I think it was the prevalence of these two charact...

    Wow I am too old for this book. I mean this is a middle grade book, but out of all of the books in the series, this one was the most childish. The first three were adorable and fun stories but I kept rolling my eyes on this one. The main plot could have been more interesting and the su...

  • Sierra
    Nov 26, 2018

    This rating may be too high. It's FINE, but it also feels like a retread. Like, yes, I saw Mia go through all these things however many years ago. It's fun to see glimpses of characters, but I'm not sure this series has ever really managed to shine on its own. Something brand new proba...

    [Review to come] ...

    Cabot's Princess Diaries world is my happy place. For me it's like tap-dancing unicorns farting out rainbow sprinkles while I gorge myself on cupcakes. This starts out a little shaky (I wasn't sold on the royal babysitting service at first blush) but it picks up steam once the author g...

    Royal Crown is the fourth book in this middle grade series. If you've read any of the Princess Diaries books then this is a cute companion series. I really enjoy Olivia and I like reading about Genovia and all things royal. However, I would definitely love a YA or adult book. ...

    I have enjoyed most of Meg Cabot's books. This one was no exception. I enjoyed that this series had many of the same characters as the Princess Diaries series. I was a little confused because the father had died in that series and was alive and well in this one. I'll have to go back an...

    Cute and basically just what I eoukd expect from this book. In a good way. A lot of good feminist stuff and good rhetoric. Talks about real stuff like periods and why relationship games are dumb. The only thing I didnt like was the emphasis on kissing. Like dude. Its ok to not be...

    I will never stop reading I been reading princess diaries books since I was 14 years old. A little over a decade later I'm still reading after falling in love with Olivia. These books still let me have glimpses of Mia and the lot and it makes me happy. ...

    In the fourth title in this series, Olivia is worried about whether her friendship with Prince Khalil is the start of a possible romance. Amid threats that the coronation of her sister Mia won't actually come to pass due to complications, Olivia starts feeling inadequate and immature d...

    Another adorable Olivia book by Meg Cabot. I love getting to see some of the characters that I grew up with, as well as meet new ones. Olivia and Khalil are just adorable, and I still love Mia and Michael. I've already been feeling the urge to re-read my favorite books in the Princess ...

    Headed for a Meltdown? I am an adult who has been reading the Princess Diaries for years. I am concerned about the character Olivia. She seemed focused on being good and moral and doing the right thing and yet, she seems to get used and abused by everyone around her. Her dad ignores...

    I really enjoy Meg Cabot's writing. I have been following her books since the very first Princess Diaries book came out. I love this shift into the middle grade. I think these are super fun and easy quick reads. This book was incredibly predictable, but I feel like that just didn't mat...

    This book was just *so* sweet. It was full of amazing messages for younger readers, and also had a cute romance in it (like most -all?) Meg Cabot books do. And the parts with Mia, Michael, Rocky, and Grandmère were just so adorable and *squee*. I doubt I'll ever "out-grow" these types...

    I love this series. You never know what Princess Olivia is gonna get her self into. ...

    To see review with gifs click here. I really wish Meg Cabot would write stuff for her older fans again. I get that she?s trying to expand her audience. But God damn it, I have read her stuff for seventeen years and I feel like I?m at my wit?s end since she?s only published k...

    The short version of how I feel about the book and my review told through emojis: ??????? The long version of how I feel about the book and my review told through actual words: Because Hurricane Michael is quickly approaching, my day ended at 1 pm and I had a...

    I didn't realize that this was part of a series when I picked it up (come on publishers, tell me so I can find the first one!) so that didn't help. And I get that this is geared towards younger readers. But despite some smart and funny moments, it was so simplistic. I've read other boo...

    Royal Crown (From the Notebooks of a Middle School Princess) by Meg Cabot, 217 pages. Feiwel & Friends (Macmillan), 2018. $17. Content: G BUYING ADVISORY: EL - ADVISABLE AUDIENCE APPEAL: AVERAGE It is almost the day for Princess Mia?s coronation as the ruler of Genovi...

    I really enjoyed this book and flew through it so quickly; it's such a treat getting a new Cabot book to read and especially this particular series as we get to catch up on Mia's life and family through it. But this one felt a little different somehow. Maybe I'm just getting too old fo...

    I think this is a really cool book. It's the fourth one in the series, and it was pretty cool, except for the fact that I feel like it was a little too mature. I definitely agree this is a middle school book, and most definitely for GIRLS because of all the GIRL DRAMA. But I still like...

    Gosh. If Mia & co. had gotten up to half the mischief that Olivia and her miscreant contemporaries get up to, Grandmère would have shipped them off to the dungeon. The pre-wine cellar dungeon. (Mind, I'm talking more about Olivia's juvenile delinquent friends than I am about Olivi...

    This book seemed like it could have been a little side story of another one. The plot points that I really wanted to know about happened behind the scenes with Mia and the other adults. The things that happened in the forefront of the story involved babysitting and periods. It just did...

    Meg Cabot did a good job of capturing the confusion and immaturity that often surrounds puberty. The book was well-written and Olivia is a likeable character. However, I found her cousin and her best friend to be annoying and immature. I think it was the prevalence of these two charact...

    Wow I am too old for this book. I mean this is a middle grade book, but out of all of the books in the series, this one was the most childish. The first three were adorable and fun stories but I kept rolling my eyes on this one. The main plot could have been more interesting and the su...

    Closer to a 3.5, the latest (final?) entry in the middle grade look at the Princess Diaries universe is less retread and more paint-by-numbers in many regards, but Cabot is so good at what she does on a whole that it works better than it would in any other circumstance. The series is g...

    I always thought Luisa was a pampered, spoiled snob but while reading this book I realised she might be a potential criminal. I don't care what is happening with her family. Others have it worse. It is truly admirable of Olivia to handle each situation so gracefully despite her inner ...

    This series remains adorable, and I enjoy all the delightful references to the original story, but I have to admit that Olivia's friend Nishi is like a bad combination of Lilly Moscovitz and Tina Hakim Baba during the difficult stretch of Mia's high school years. Olivia is great, bu...

    Princess Olivia is growing up. Her friend from the states is in Genova to help celebrate her sister Mia?s coronation which gets challenged by a cousin and the girls run a baby-sitting business during the preparations. Find out more about what happens between Olivia and Prince Khalil ...

    I find this to be a cute series overall, but this particular book just seemed a LOT younger than the other ones. There was also almost no plot, and so much time was spent talking about getting your first period that it was like the author was trying to be Judy Blume. I'm not sure I...

    cute. good for the target audience. and as much as I love meg Cabot and enjoy these books I wish she would write an YA or adult novel. I'm willing to read anything she puts out but I'm starting to miss books with a older tone. yes I know there are other authors. I read them too but I l...

    Every young girl needs this series. WoC protagonist, super feminist ideals that show boys and girls can be friends and equals, and open discussion about puberty and periods. This finale was a royal treat! I <3 Olivia. ...

  • Denise Lauron
    Nov 12, 2018

    This rating may be too high. It's FINE, but it also feels like a retread. Like, yes, I saw Mia go through all these things however many years ago. It's fun to see glimpses of characters, but I'm not sure this series has ever really managed to shine on its own. Something brand new proba...

    [Review to come] ...

    Cabot's Princess Diaries world is my happy place. For me it's like tap-dancing unicorns farting out rainbow sprinkles while I gorge myself on cupcakes. This starts out a little shaky (I wasn't sold on the royal babysitting service at first blush) but it picks up steam once the author g...

    Royal Crown is the fourth book in this middle grade series. If you've read any of the Princess Diaries books then this is a cute companion series. I really enjoy Olivia and I like reading about Genovia and all things royal. However, I would definitely love a YA or adult book. ...

    I have enjoyed most of Meg Cabot's books. This one was no exception. I enjoyed that this series had many of the same characters as the Princess Diaries series. I was a little confused because the father had died in that series and was alive and well in this one. I'll have to go back an...

  • Shinrinyoku
    Nov 04, 2018

    This rating may be too high. It's FINE, but it also feels like a retread. Like, yes, I saw Mia go through all these things however many years ago. It's fun to see glimpses of characters, but I'm not sure this series has ever really managed to shine on its own. Something brand new proba...

    [Review to come] ...

    Cabot's Princess Diaries world is my happy place. For me it's like tap-dancing unicorns farting out rainbow sprinkles while I gorge myself on cupcakes. This starts out a little shaky (I wasn't sold on the royal babysitting service at first blush) but it picks up steam once the author g...

    Royal Crown is the fourth book in this middle grade series. If you've read any of the Princess Diaries books then this is a cute companion series. I really enjoy Olivia and I like reading about Genovia and all things royal. However, I would definitely love a YA or adult book. ...

    I have enjoyed most of Meg Cabot's books. This one was no exception. I enjoyed that this series had many of the same characters as the Princess Diaries series. I was a little confused because the father had died in that series and was alive and well in this one. I'll have to go back an...

    Cute and basically just what I eoukd expect from this book. In a good way. A lot of good feminist stuff and good rhetoric. Talks about real stuff like periods and why relationship games are dumb. The only thing I didnt like was the emphasis on kissing. Like dude. Its ok to not be...

    I will never stop reading I been reading princess diaries books since I was 14 years old. A little over a decade later I'm still reading after falling in love with Olivia. These books still let me have glimpses of Mia and the lot and it makes me happy. ...

    In the fourth title in this series, Olivia is worried about whether her friendship with Prince Khalil is the start of a possible romance. Amid threats that the coronation of her sister Mia won't actually come to pass due to complications, Olivia starts feeling inadequate and immature d...

    Another adorable Olivia book by Meg Cabot. I love getting to see some of the characters that I grew up with, as well as meet new ones. Olivia and Khalil are just adorable, and I still love Mia and Michael. I've already been feeling the urge to re-read my favorite books in the Princess ...

    Headed for a Meltdown? I am an adult who has been reading the Princess Diaries for years. I am concerned about the character Olivia. She seemed focused on being good and moral and doing the right thing and yet, she seems to get used and abused by everyone around her. Her dad ignores...

    I really enjoy Meg Cabot's writing. I have been following her books since the very first Princess Diaries book came out. I love this shift into the middle grade. I think these are super fun and easy quick reads. This book was incredibly predictable, but I feel like that just didn't mat...

    This book was just *so* sweet. It was full of amazing messages for younger readers, and also had a cute romance in it (like most -all?) Meg Cabot books do. And the parts with Mia, Michael, Rocky, and Grandmère were just so adorable and *squee*. I doubt I'll ever "out-grow" these types...

    I love this series. You never know what Princess Olivia is gonna get her self into. ...

    To see review with gifs click here. I really wish Meg Cabot would write stuff for her older fans again. I get that she?s trying to expand her audience. But God damn it, I have read her stuff for seventeen years and I feel like I?m at my wit?s end since she?s only published k...

    The short version of how I feel about the book and my review told through emojis: ??????? The long version of how I feel about the book and my review told through actual words: Because Hurricane Michael is quickly approaching, my day ended at 1 pm and I had a...

    I didn't realize that this was part of a series when I picked it up (come on publishers, tell me so I can find the first one!) so that didn't help. And I get that this is geared towards younger readers. But despite some smart and funny moments, it was so simplistic. I've read other boo...

    Royal Crown (From the Notebooks of a Middle School Princess) by Meg Cabot, 217 pages. Feiwel & Friends (Macmillan), 2018. $17. Content: G BUYING ADVISORY: EL - ADVISABLE AUDIENCE APPEAL: AVERAGE It is almost the day for Princess Mia?s coronation as the ruler of Genovi...

    I really enjoyed this book and flew through it so quickly; it's such a treat getting a new Cabot book to read and especially this particular series as we get to catch up on Mia's life and family through it. But this one felt a little different somehow. Maybe I'm just getting too old fo...

    I think this is a really cool book. It's the fourth one in the series, and it was pretty cool, except for the fact that I feel like it was a little too mature. I definitely agree this is a middle school book, and most definitely for GIRLS because of all the GIRL DRAMA. But I still like...

    Gosh. If Mia & co. had gotten up to half the mischief that Olivia and her miscreant contemporaries get up to, Grandmère would have shipped them off to the dungeon. The pre-wine cellar dungeon. (Mind, I'm talking more about Olivia's juvenile delinquent friends than I am about Olivi...

    This book seemed like it could have been a little side story of another one. The plot points that I really wanted to know about happened behind the scenes with Mia and the other adults. The things that happened in the forefront of the story involved babysitting and periods. It just did...

    Meg Cabot did a good job of capturing the confusion and immaturity that often surrounds puberty. The book was well-written and Olivia is a likeable character. However, I found her cousin and her best friend to be annoying and immature. I think it was the prevalence of these two charact...

    Wow I am too old for this book. I mean this is a middle grade book, but out of all of the books in the series, this one was the most childish. The first three were adorable and fun stories but I kept rolling my eyes on this one. The main plot could have been more interesting and the su...

    Closer to a 3.5, the latest (final?) entry in the middle grade look at the Princess Diaries universe is less retread and more paint-by-numbers in many regards, but Cabot is so good at what she does on a whole that it works better than it would in any other circumstance. The series is g...

    I always thought Luisa was a pampered, spoiled snob but while reading this book I realised she might be a potential criminal. I don't care what is happening with her family. Others have it worse. It is truly admirable of Olivia to handle each situation so gracefully despite her inner ...

  • Clarissa Krigger
    Aug 07, 2018

    This rating may be too high. It's FINE, but it also feels like a retread. Like, yes, I saw Mia go through all these things however many years ago. It's fun to see glimpses of characters, but I'm not sure this series has ever really managed to shine on its own. Something brand new proba...

    [Review to come] ...

    Cabot's Princess Diaries world is my happy place. For me it's like tap-dancing unicorns farting out rainbow sprinkles while I gorge myself on cupcakes. This starts out a little shaky (I wasn't sold on the royal babysitting service at first blush) but it picks up steam once the author g...

    Royal Crown is the fourth book in this middle grade series. If you've read any of the Princess Diaries books then this is a cute companion series. I really enjoy Olivia and I like reading about Genovia and all things royal. However, I would definitely love a YA or adult book. ...

    I have enjoyed most of Meg Cabot's books. This one was no exception. I enjoyed that this series had many of the same characters as the Princess Diaries series. I was a little confused because the father had died in that series and was alive and well in this one. I'll have to go back an...

    Cute and basically just what I eoukd expect from this book. In a good way. A lot of good feminist stuff and good rhetoric. Talks about real stuff like periods and why relationship games are dumb. The only thing I didnt like was the emphasis on kissing. Like dude. Its ok to not be...

    I will never stop reading I been reading princess diaries books since I was 14 years old. A little over a decade later I'm still reading after falling in love with Olivia. These books still let me have glimpses of Mia and the lot and it makes me happy. ...

  • Abby♡Books
    Nov 24, 2018

    This rating may be too high. It's FINE, but it also feels like a retread. Like, yes, I saw Mia go through all these things however many years ago. It's fun to see glimpses of characters, but I'm not sure this series has ever really managed to shine on its own. Something brand new proba...

    [Review to come] ...

  • Katie Merkel
    Sep 16, 2018

    This rating may be too high. It's FINE, but it also feels like a retread. Like, yes, I saw Mia go through all these things however many years ago. It's fun to see glimpses of characters, but I'm not sure this series has ever really managed to shine on its own. Something brand new proba...

    [Review to come] ...

    Cabot's Princess Diaries world is my happy place. For me it's like tap-dancing unicorns farting out rainbow sprinkles while I gorge myself on cupcakes. This starts out a little shaky (I wasn't sold on the royal babysitting service at first blush) but it picks up steam once the author g...

    Royal Crown is the fourth book in this middle grade series. If you've read any of the Princess Diaries books then this is a cute companion series. I really enjoy Olivia and I like reading about Genovia and all things royal. However, I would definitely love a YA or adult book. ...

    I have enjoyed most of Meg Cabot's books. This one was no exception. I enjoyed that this series had many of the same characters as the Princess Diaries series. I was a little confused because the father had died in that series and was alive and well in this one. I'll have to go back an...

    Cute and basically just what I eoukd expect from this book. In a good way. A lot of good feminist stuff and good rhetoric. Talks about real stuff like periods and why relationship games are dumb. The only thing I didnt like was the emphasis on kissing. Like dude. Its ok to not be...

    I will never stop reading I been reading princess diaries books since I was 14 years old. A little over a decade later I'm still reading after falling in love with Olivia. These books still let me have glimpses of Mia and the lot and it makes me happy. ...

    In the fourth title in this series, Olivia is worried about whether her friendship with Prince Khalil is the start of a possible romance. Amid threats that the coronation of her sister Mia won't actually come to pass due to complications, Olivia starts feeling inadequate and immature d...

    Another adorable Olivia book by Meg Cabot. I love getting to see some of the characters that I grew up with, as well as meet new ones. Olivia and Khalil are just adorable, and I still love Mia and Michael. I've already been feeling the urge to re-read my favorite books in the Princess ...

    Headed for a Meltdown? I am an adult who has been reading the Princess Diaries for years. I am concerned about the character Olivia. She seemed focused on being good and moral and doing the right thing and yet, she seems to get used and abused by everyone around her. Her dad ignores...

    I really enjoy Meg Cabot's writing. I have been following her books since the very first Princess Diaries book came out. I love this shift into the middle grade. I think these are super fun and easy quick reads. This book was incredibly predictable, but I feel like that just didn't mat...

    This book was just *so* sweet. It was full of amazing messages for younger readers, and also had a cute romance in it (like most -all?) Meg Cabot books do. And the parts with Mia, Michael, Rocky, and Grandmère were just so adorable and *squee*. I doubt I'll ever "out-grow" these types...

    I love this series. You never know what Princess Olivia is gonna get her self into. ...

    To see review with gifs click here. I really wish Meg Cabot would write stuff for her older fans again. I get that she?s trying to expand her audience. But God damn it, I have read her stuff for seventeen years and I feel like I?m at my wit?s end since she?s only published k...

    The short version of how I feel about the book and my review told through emojis: ??????? The long version of how I feel about the book and my review told through actual words: Because Hurricane Michael is quickly approaching, my day ended at 1 pm and I had a...

    I didn't realize that this was part of a series when I picked it up (come on publishers, tell me so I can find the first one!) so that didn't help. And I get that this is geared towards younger readers. But despite some smart and funny moments, it was so simplistic. I've read other boo...

    Royal Crown (From the Notebooks of a Middle School Princess) by Meg Cabot, 217 pages. Feiwel & Friends (Macmillan), 2018. $17. Content: G BUYING ADVISORY: EL - ADVISABLE AUDIENCE APPEAL: AVERAGE It is almost the day for Princess Mia?s coronation as the ruler of Genovi...

    I really enjoyed this book and flew through it so quickly; it's such a treat getting a new Cabot book to read and especially this particular series as we get to catch up on Mia's life and family through it. But this one felt a little different somehow. Maybe I'm just getting too old fo...

    I think this is a really cool book. It's the fourth one in the series, and it was pretty cool, except for the fact that I feel like it was a little too mature. I definitely agree this is a middle school book, and most definitely for GIRLS because of all the GIRL DRAMA. But I still like...

    Gosh. If Mia & co. had gotten up to half the mischief that Olivia and her miscreant contemporaries get up to, Grandmère would have shipped them off to the dungeon. The pre-wine cellar dungeon. (Mind, I'm talking more about Olivia's juvenile delinquent friends than I am about Olivi...

    This book seemed like it could have been a little side story of another one. The plot points that I really wanted to know about happened behind the scenes with Mia and the other adults. The things that happened in the forefront of the story involved babysitting and periods. It just did...

    Meg Cabot did a good job of capturing the confusion and immaturity that often surrounds puberty. The book was well-written and Olivia is a likeable character. However, I found her cousin and her best friend to be annoying and immature. I think it was the prevalence of these two charact...

  • Amarie35
    Sep 25, 2018

    This rating may be too high. It's FINE, but it also feels like a retread. Like, yes, I saw Mia go through all these things however many years ago. It's fun to see glimpses of characters, but I'm not sure this series has ever really managed to shine on its own. Something brand new proba...

    [Review to come] ...

    Cabot's Princess Diaries world is my happy place. For me it's like tap-dancing unicorns farting out rainbow sprinkles while I gorge myself on cupcakes. This starts out a little shaky (I wasn't sold on the royal babysitting service at first blush) but it picks up steam once the author g...

    Royal Crown is the fourth book in this middle grade series. If you've read any of the Princess Diaries books then this is a cute companion series. I really enjoy Olivia and I like reading about Genovia and all things royal. However, I would definitely love a YA or adult book. ...

    I have enjoyed most of Meg Cabot's books. This one was no exception. I enjoyed that this series had many of the same characters as the Princess Diaries series. I was a little confused because the father had died in that series and was alive and well in this one. I'll have to go back an...

    Cute and basically just what I eoukd expect from this book. In a good way. A lot of good feminist stuff and good rhetoric. Talks about real stuff like periods and why relationship games are dumb. The only thing I didnt like was the emphasis on kissing. Like dude. Its ok to not be...

    I will never stop reading I been reading princess diaries books since I was 14 years old. A little over a decade later I'm still reading after falling in love with Olivia. These books still let me have glimpses of Mia and the lot and it makes me happy. ...

    In the fourth title in this series, Olivia is worried about whether her friendship with Prince Khalil is the start of a possible romance. Amid threats that the coronation of her sister Mia won't actually come to pass due to complications, Olivia starts feeling inadequate and immature d...

    Another adorable Olivia book by Meg Cabot. I love getting to see some of the characters that I grew up with, as well as meet new ones. Olivia and Khalil are just adorable, and I still love Mia and Michael. I've already been feeling the urge to re-read my favorite books in the Princess ...

    Headed for a Meltdown? I am an adult who has been reading the Princess Diaries for years. I am concerned about the character Olivia. She seemed focused on being good and moral and doing the right thing and yet, she seems to get used and abused by everyone around her. Her dad ignores...

    I really enjoy Meg Cabot's writing. I have been following her books since the very first Princess Diaries book came out. I love this shift into the middle grade. I think these are super fun and easy quick reads. This book was incredibly predictable, but I feel like that just didn't mat...

    This book was just *so* sweet. It was full of amazing messages for younger readers, and also had a cute romance in it (like most -all?) Meg Cabot books do. And the parts with Mia, Michael, Rocky, and Grandmère were just so adorable and *squee*. I doubt I'll ever "out-grow" these types...

    I love this series. You never know what Princess Olivia is gonna get her self into. ...

  • Talycat45
    Oct 11, 2018

    This rating may be too high. It's FINE, but it also feels like a retread. Like, yes, I saw Mia go through all these things however many years ago. It's fun to see glimpses of characters, but I'm not sure this series has ever really managed to shine on its own. Something brand new proba...

    [Review to come] ...

    Cabot's Princess Diaries world is my happy place. For me it's like tap-dancing unicorns farting out rainbow sprinkles while I gorge myself on cupcakes. This starts out a little shaky (I wasn't sold on the royal babysitting service at first blush) but it picks up steam once the author g...

    Royal Crown is the fourth book in this middle grade series. If you've read any of the Princess Diaries books then this is a cute companion series. I really enjoy Olivia and I like reading about Genovia and all things royal. However, I would definitely love a YA or adult book. ...

    I have enjoyed most of Meg Cabot's books. This one was no exception. I enjoyed that this series had many of the same characters as the Princess Diaries series. I was a little confused because the father had died in that series and was alive and well in this one. I'll have to go back an...

    Cute and basically just what I eoukd expect from this book. In a good way. A lot of good feminist stuff and good rhetoric. Talks about real stuff like periods and why relationship games are dumb. The only thing I didnt like was the emphasis on kissing. Like dude. Its ok to not be...

    I will never stop reading I been reading princess diaries books since I was 14 years old. A little over a decade later I'm still reading after falling in love with Olivia. These books still let me have glimpses of Mia and the lot and it makes me happy. ...

    In the fourth title in this series, Olivia is worried about whether her friendship with Prince Khalil is the start of a possible romance. Amid threats that the coronation of her sister Mia won't actually come to pass due to complications, Olivia starts feeling inadequate and immature d...

    Another adorable Olivia book by Meg Cabot. I love getting to see some of the characters that I grew up with, as well as meet new ones. Olivia and Khalil are just adorable, and I still love Mia and Michael. I've already been feeling the urge to re-read my favorite books in the Princess ...

    Headed for a Meltdown? I am an adult who has been reading the Princess Diaries for years. I am concerned about the character Olivia. She seemed focused on being good and moral and doing the right thing and yet, she seems to get used and abused by everyone around her. Her dad ignores...

    I really enjoy Meg Cabot's writing. I have been following her books since the very first Princess Diaries book came out. I love this shift into the middle grade. I think these are super fun and easy quick reads. This book was incredibly predictable, but I feel like that just didn't mat...

    This book was just *so* sweet. It was full of amazing messages for younger readers, and also had a cute romance in it (like most -all?) Meg Cabot books do. And the parts with Mia, Michael, Rocky, and Grandmère were just so adorable and *squee*. I doubt I'll ever "out-grow" these types...

    I love this series. You never know what Princess Olivia is gonna get her self into. ...

    To see review with gifs click here. I really wish Meg Cabot would write stuff for her older fans again. I get that she?s trying to expand her audience. But God damn it, I have read her stuff for seventeen years and I feel like I?m at my wit?s end since she?s only published k...

    The short version of how I feel about the book and my review told through emojis: ??????? The long version of how I feel about the book and my review told through actual words: Because Hurricane Michael is quickly approaching, my day ended at 1 pm and I had a...

    I didn't realize that this was part of a series when I picked it up (come on publishers, tell me so I can find the first one!) so that didn't help. And I get that this is geared towards younger readers. But despite some smart and funny moments, it was so simplistic. I've read other boo...

    Royal Crown (From the Notebooks of a Middle School Princess) by Meg Cabot, 217 pages. Feiwel & Friends (Macmillan), 2018. $17. Content: G BUYING ADVISORY: EL - ADVISABLE AUDIENCE APPEAL: AVERAGE It is almost the day for Princess Mia?s coronation as the ruler of Genovi...

    I really enjoyed this book and flew through it so quickly; it's such a treat getting a new Cabot book to read and especially this particular series as we get to catch up on Mia's life and family through it. But this one felt a little different somehow. Maybe I'm just getting too old fo...

    I think this is a really cool book. It's the fourth one in the series, and it was pretty cool, except for the fact that I feel like it was a little too mature. I definitely agree this is a middle school book, and most definitely for GIRLS because of all the GIRL DRAMA. But I still like...

  • ReenieT1721
    Oct 11, 2018

    This rating may be too high. It's FINE, but it also feels like a retread. Like, yes, I saw Mia go through all these things however many years ago. It's fun to see glimpses of characters, but I'm not sure this series has ever really managed to shine on its own. Something brand new proba...

    [Review to come] ...

    Cabot's Princess Diaries world is my happy place. For me it's like tap-dancing unicorns farting out rainbow sprinkles while I gorge myself on cupcakes. This starts out a little shaky (I wasn't sold on the royal babysitting service at first blush) but it picks up steam once the author g...

    Royal Crown is the fourth book in this middle grade series. If you've read any of the Princess Diaries books then this is a cute companion series. I really enjoy Olivia and I like reading about Genovia and all things royal. However, I would definitely love a YA or adult book. ...

    I have enjoyed most of Meg Cabot's books. This one was no exception. I enjoyed that this series had many of the same characters as the Princess Diaries series. I was a little confused because the father had died in that series and was alive and well in this one. I'll have to go back an...

    Cute and basically just what I eoukd expect from this book. In a good way. A lot of good feminist stuff and good rhetoric. Talks about real stuff like periods and why relationship games are dumb. The only thing I didnt like was the emphasis on kissing. Like dude. Its ok to not be...

    I will never stop reading I been reading princess diaries books since I was 14 years old. A little over a decade later I'm still reading after falling in love with Olivia. These books still let me have glimpses of Mia and the lot and it makes me happy. ...

    In the fourth title in this series, Olivia is worried about whether her friendship with Prince Khalil is the start of a possible romance. Amid threats that the coronation of her sister Mia won't actually come to pass due to complications, Olivia starts feeling inadequate and immature d...

    Another adorable Olivia book by Meg Cabot. I love getting to see some of the characters that I grew up with, as well as meet new ones. Olivia and Khalil are just adorable, and I still love Mia and Michael. I've already been feeling the urge to re-read my favorite books in the Princess ...

    Headed for a Meltdown? I am an adult who has been reading the Princess Diaries for years. I am concerned about the character Olivia. She seemed focused on being good and moral and doing the right thing and yet, she seems to get used and abused by everyone around her. Her dad ignores...

    I really enjoy Meg Cabot's writing. I have been following her books since the very first Princess Diaries book came out. I love this shift into the middle grade. I think these are super fun and easy quick reads. This book was incredibly predictable, but I feel like that just didn't mat...

    This book was just *so* sweet. It was full of amazing messages for younger readers, and also had a cute romance in it (like most -all?) Meg Cabot books do. And the parts with Mia, Michael, Rocky, and Grandmère were just so adorable and *squee*. I doubt I'll ever "out-grow" these types...

    I love this series. You never know what Princess Olivia is gonna get her self into. ...

    To see review with gifs click here. I really wish Meg Cabot would write stuff for her older fans again. I get that she?s trying to expand her audience. But God damn it, I have read her stuff for seventeen years and I feel like I?m at my wit?s end since she?s only published k...

    The short version of how I feel about the book and my review told through emojis: ??????? The long version of how I feel about the book and my review told through actual words: Because Hurricane Michael is quickly approaching, my day ended at 1 pm and I had a...