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Sweet Sixteen Princess by Meg Cabot
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Jun 10, 2010

bookshelves: advisory-12-2009-2010

I guess this was a bit too short; compared to her other stories that she has written, her other books were much longer, more in depth and more interesting as well. It was basically about the planning of Mia’s sweet sixteen party what all girls would like when they reach age sixteen. And since she was a princess, her grandma wanted to blow it up and make it dramatic. Her grandma wanted to invite almost the entire school to go shopping and party. However, it was not what Mia wanted. All she wanted was a small party with the people she loved. It was good but not as good as her other books, like I said. I expected to read more of the book. I was disappointed of the length of the book.


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