Princess in Pink: with Project Princess (The Princess Diaries, #4.5-5)
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Princess in Pink: with Project Princess (The Princess Diaries #4.5-5)

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The hilarious fifth installment of the #1 New York Times bestselling Princess Diaries--Will Mia attend the senior prom or not???

Mia Thermopolis (aka Princess Amelia Migonette Grimaldi Thermopolis Renaldo) has already won the hearts of millions of aspiring princesses. With the hardcover and audiobook publication to be followed by the release of Disney's sequel to The Prince...more
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Published April 13th 2004 by Listening Library (Audio) (first published January 1st 2004)
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Clarissa F.
Don't be afraid to go and get it, believe in yourself. This story takes place in New York City and at Albert Einstein High School. Mia Thermopolis tells the point of view. Mia is the main character, Michael her boyfriend, Lily her friend, and her Grandmère, they are some other important characters. Mia is the princess of Genovia. She is currently in an relationship with Micheal, her best friends brother. The prom is coming up and Michael hasn't asked her yet and she is only a freshmen so she can...more
Susan
Really liked Project Princess, but I personally felt that Princess in Pink was a bit overwhelming; compared to Mia's other diary entries, I felt like she was a bit too cynical and annoying in Princess in Pink since she complained a lot more.
Sara
Every time I think this series is boring and played out, it sucks me back in and has me grinning like an idiot. Enjoy Mia's spring break, and fretting over the prom.
Hannah Banana Anderson
I love this book! FOR GIRLS ONLY ! If you are a boy and willing to read this book you will... be crazy for the rest of your life!
Chloe Ledwith
Princess in Pink, by Meg Cabot, is about a young princess named Princess Mia, who finally settling into her life. Mia really wants to go to prom with her boyfriend Michael, but he has not asked her yet, which worries her because the prom is two weeks away. Even though all of Mia's dreams revolve around going to the prom, she does not want to be with one to ask Michael because it would make her look like a "loser." As prom gets closer, something dramatic happens where it looks like prom could be...more
april Jones
I though this book was really good. The part I like most is how she was crazy about prom and tried so many ways to get her boyfriend to take her.Also I like her grandmother carelessness and how she feels no gulit or just avoid tring to feel it. Princess in Pink  with Project Princess (The Princess Diaries, #4.5-5)k
Gabriel
Dont lets this book fool you! this book is talking about a girl and her friend in school. prom is coming up and her friend say has your boyfriend asked you to the prom yet. so she was liked dont worry he will!! The prom date got closer and closer still no sign of him asking her out to the prom. I really would recomend this book if you like books that are really sappy.
Alyssa
This book is very interesting and relatable. The book hooks you from the very start to the very end. I like the realistic fiction so anyone that likes realistic fiction should read this. There is romance involved and its about high schoolers/middle schoolers so you can relate to it.
Tatiana
This book was a great book because it was about a typical teenage girl that now has become a princess. In this book she has encountered new events in her life, such as completing Algebra and being on the committee of the school paper.
Jessica
I really hate every single book in this series--they all read like an idle 1997 IM chat session between two 13 year-olds. No matter how old Mia gets it's still the same tone, no growth or maturity.
Chelsea
Probably one of my least favorites because Mia comes across very whiny (even more so then usual). She doesn't need to reach self actualization... she needs to mature a bit!
Allie the Pineapple
It was an amazing book to close the series. I love how it can relate to tons of real word problems. I loved how it all turned out right in the end!
Jill
I wanted something familiar...and no matter how long you wait between books, they really are like going back to an old friend to catch up.
Sally
Cabot's voice is so strong, I wonder just how old she is. Her words are definitely teenage girl's. This is a fun story.

Cathy
A; I really enjoy the narrator and all the extra tales the movies didn't include. Very easy for me to listen to at work.
Melody
This has been my least favorite so far. Mia's very whiney and for at least half of the book she really annoyed me.
Monica
May 24, 2011 Monica added it
what i think about this book is that it is about a girl that wants to go to her school promA!!!!!!!
Alyssa
It is an awesome book! It is much better than the movie that was made out of it..
Courtney
Even if you are a princess you don't always get every thing you want.
April
An addicting series you just cannot put down.
Jordan
Still the best series!
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Librarian note: AKA Jenny Carroll (1-800-Where-R-You series), AKA Patricia Cabot (historical romance novels).

Meg Cabot was born on February 1, 1967, during the Chinese astrological year of the Fire Horse, a notoriously unlucky sign. Fortunately she grew up in Bloomington, Indiana, where few people were aware of the stigma of being a fire horse -- at least until Meg became a teenager, when she flun...more
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