Princesses Don't Sweat
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Princesses Don't Sweat

3.73 of 5 stars 3.73  ·  rating details  ·  52 ratings  ·  8 reviews
You're an uptown New York über groover who finds herself dumped in Australia with your mom and her Internet fiancé. Do you...



a. Start to sweat. Like, what gives this strange guy the right to kiss your mom in public?



b. Hate the country on sight. Everything's backwards. They do Christmas in the summer. And your life is in mortal danger! Every critter with more than two legs

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Mass Market Paperback, 192 pages
Published June 26th 2004 by Smooch
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Kendra
Princesses Don't Sweat
by Kaz Delaney
ppg usa

isbn:9780843953251


So there is this thing where moms can go find dates and what do you know but yor mom does it and she find a guy who the big oh horrible part he doest live in the city or even new york for the matter he lives all the wasy in aussie(australlia) And he comes with a package a son and daughter. this was a sign he was not a good guy in M life .

The part where they get stuck stranded in the outback of the aussie was really exciting becasue she...more
Sandie
This was a really fun book! When you read it, its like you are reading a diary or a letter or sitting next to this girl as she tells you about her adventure. Madeline or Maddie as we fondly refer to her as by the end of the book is a very annoying girl when the story first starts. Just kind of bratty and spoiled and no real concept of what other people might be feeling and maybe she doesn't really care. But as the story moves along, you begin to see another person, Maddie and not our Park Avenue...more
Michelle
I simply could not stand how this character kept saying "Eeeoww", this girl loved to whine. It wasn't a bad story, just kind of dated because of the references made in the story and the character's constant whining, but I guess that goes with the "princess" theme of the story, so I guess it fits. It had a cute little teen romance that built throughout the book and the end leaves you with a little smile on your face. Worth a read if you ca get your hands on a copy.
Crystal
i remember buying this book at a dollar tree a long time ago and thoroughly enjoying it. couldnt remember the name of this book til today in the middle of sleeping and had to look it up right away. i want to track this book down and read it again. i couldnt believe that i genuinely bought a book for $1 (at full price) that was as funny and a good read.
Lia RaeAnn
Princesses Don't Sweat was such a good book. I bought a couple of years ago and read it in a few days. I wouldn't let very young childern read it...it is more for older teens.
Nikea
Apr 22, 2008 Nikea rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: cloe
its about a goodie goodie girl (teen) that gets stuck in australa in a dump with this reallllly HOT guy that lives there and he doesn't have ...... (pirod ) stuff wid him
Gabby Jimenez
Super cute story!!! My mom got me this book in elementary school, and I probably have re-read it about 30 times since then!!!
Audrey
read this a long time ago but i really enjoyed it!
Gretchen
i love this book, it is soooo funny!!!
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