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ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW TO BE A PRINCESS -- OR JUST LIVE LIKE ONE Compiled by MIA THERMOPOLIS aka Princess Amelia Mignonette Grimaldi Thermopolis Renaldo of Genovia


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ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW TO BE A PRINCESS -- OR JUST LIVE LIKE ONE Compiled by MIA THERMOPOLIS aka Princess Amelia Mignonette Grimaldi Thermopolis Renaldo of Genovia

30 review for Princess Lessons

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jessica

    3.5 stars. This was pretty good! I think it's more directed at younger girls and how to dress and act and stuff to be a "princess". But really, Meg Cabot is just writing "princess" to mean a nice, young, caring girl basically haha

  2. 5 out of 5

    Catherine ♡

    Definitely targeted towards a younger audience, but cute nevertheless - I liked the chapter about being environmentally friendly.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Anusha Narasimhan

    If you watched the Princess Diaries movie and liked the scenes featuring princess lessons, then this book is for you. Though it claims to teach how to look and act like a princess, it is filled with basic etiquette everyone should know and attitude everyone should possess. The underlying message of the book is good and I applaud the intention.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Reg Mars

    This book was cute cause it has pictures and teaches you how to act like a proper princess. Pretty quick read and have tips from a bunch of characters that have popped up in the series so far.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Sara Saif

    It was an amusing and quick read. I love illustrations in books and the ones in Princess Lessons were really neat. It had commentaries from Mia and her friends to her grandmother, father, stylist and designer. I am astounded by the extensiveness of the author's knowledge about these things. It comprised of the things that every girl, princess or no princess, should do in order to act like one. Personally, I would prefer starving to death than having 5 forks and 5 knives, 2 glasses and 3 plates a It was an amusing and quick read. I love illustrations in books and the ones in Princess Lessons were really neat. It had commentaries from Mia and her friends to her grandmother, father, stylist and designer. I am astounded by the extensiveness of the author's knowledge about these things. It comprised of the things that every girl, princess or no princess, should do in order to act like one. Personally, I would prefer starving to death than having 5 forks and 5 knives, 2 glasses and 3 plates and remembering which to pick first, which to use when, but it was still highly entertaining to read.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Shinjini

    Now this one was fun! It's a guidebook on how to start acting like a princess and it is perfect for little girls who are just beginning to find themselves. There were some really relevant information and I would have to say I learnt quite a few things from it! And since it wasn't preachy and textbook-y, I enjoyed it very much! The interview of Michael by Tina and Mia's commentaries were quite funny. This was a fun filler book and well, it taught me a thing or two so I feel like I'm ready to be a Now this one was fun! It's a guidebook on how to start acting like a princess and it is perfect for little girls who are just beginning to find themselves. There were some really relevant information and I would have to say I learnt quite a few things from it! And since it wasn't preachy and textbook-y, I enjoyed it very much! The interview of Michael by Tina and Mia's commentaries were quite funny. This was a fun filler book and well, it taught me a thing or two so I feel like I'm ready to be a princess now. Must ask Dad if he is also hiding the fact that he is the ruler of a small principality like Mia's dad did. ;)

  7. 5 out of 5

    Srividya

    If you are looking for something light and breezy, something that will make you laugh while also giving you little nuggets of wisdom - this is the perfect book! I had a wonderful time laughing and enjoying these simple princess lessons or should I say life lessons, even if you are not a princess? ;) Total hoot! :)

  8. 5 out of 5

    Amanda [Novel Addiction]

    This was cute, and had some good general notes. Read it mostly because I've been missing the early Princess Diaries books - getting all nostalgic and stuff.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Sage Elizabeth

    1.) The Princess Diaries ★★★★ 2.) Princess in the Spotlight ★★★★ 3.) Princess in Love ★★★★ 4.) Princess in Waiting ★★★★ 3.5* It’s so fun and refreshing to read something outside of Mia’s POV

  10. 5 out of 5

    Cyndi

    Cute book. The bits on manners and thank you notes would be good for young people to read.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

    This is a "non-fiction" book instructing readers on proper princess behavior. (Hint: The takeaway message for all princesses-in-training is just to be themselves.) Written by the fictional characters from The Princess Diaries series, this how-to manual is awesome and hilarious and awesome. Five stars!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Alyssa Nelson

    Princess Lessons is a compilation of tips and tricks on how to be a princess from our favorite Princess Diaries characters. It includes beauty tips from Paolo, etiquette from Grandmere, and other fun advice and facts about real princesses from various people in the Princess Diaries world. I really loved this. I think Princess Lessons would be the perfect gift to give a tween or young teen who is a fan of the series. Even if they're not fans of the series they might enjoy it, but it's better to be Princess Lessons is a compilation of tips and tricks on how to be a princess from our favorite Princess Diaries characters. It includes beauty tips from Paolo, etiquette from Grandmere, and other fun advice and facts about real princesses from various people in the Princess Diaries world. I really loved this. I think Princess Lessons would be the perfect gift to give a tween or young teen who is a fan of the series. Even if they're not fans of the series they might enjoy it, but it's better to be familiar with the characters in order to understand some of the humor involved. Some of the tips were actually really good. There's a mix of actual advice and silly things such as the proper way to curtsy or wear a crown. So, it doesn't read like a manual because of the humor and side-notes from Mia. It stresses confidence, good hygiene, kindness, and just being yourself. A great message to young people who are under constant pressure to look and act a certain way. This is by no means necessary to the series in general. It doesn't further the story or have any plot points, but it's a great companion that provides awesome tips all the while making you laugh.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Brooke ♥booklife4life♥

    Short Review for a Short Book This was so cute! It's basically all the stuff she learns in the movie, like crossing the ankles, and then more stuff we didn't "see" in the movie! I really liked how it had chapters and tips from others such as her grandma, and her stylist! I would probably starve to death if i was a princess, wayyyyyy too hard to remember which forks goes with what, and i know for sure i would end up drinking the stuff you're supposed to rinse your hands in or eat the stuff that yo Short Review for a Short Book This was so cute! It's basically all the stuff she learns in the movie, like crossing the ankles, and then more stuff we didn't "see" in the movie! I really liked how it had chapters and tips from others such as her grandma, and her stylist! I would probably starve to death if i was a princess, wayyyyyy too hard to remember which forks goes with what, and i know for sure i would end up drinking the stuff you're supposed to rinse your hands in or eat the stuff that you're supposed to use to clean your taste buds. The thank you notes part was cute as well, i know in this day in age, Thank You notes are pretty much gone, but i think we need to bring them back!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Julie

    This is really an etiquette/beauty/fashion advice book for young girls, sprinkled with some references to the Princess Diaries series. It's actually a pretty good guide on these matters, emphasizing self-confidence, manners, hygiene, etc. and would be a good advice book for girls at that confusing age where you're learning how to dress yourself, etc. There were a few cute parts relating to the series, but you could read the book without having read any of the others and still get something out of This is really an etiquette/beauty/fashion advice book for young girls, sprinkled with some references to the Princess Diaries series. It's actually a pretty good guide on these matters, emphasizing self-confidence, manners, hygiene, etc. and would be a good advice book for girls at that confusing age where you're learning how to dress yourself, etc. There were a few cute parts relating to the series, but you could read the book without having read any of the others and still get something out of it.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Mya

    This book was surprisingly good. I'm not a big fan of princesses and stuff. The book was funny at some parts. It tells you how to be a princess. Quite interesting. Lots of info.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Monina

    if u wanna be a princess !! haha =]

  17. 5 out of 5

    Neri.

    It is a very funny guide to girls how to be a real princess. It contains a list of things what real princess has to carry in her bag and many similar lists. Very funny and entertaining pleasure read.

  18. 4 out of 5

    The Story Girl

    This was a pretty short book consisting of Grandmere going over the various etiquettes of how to be a princess, with short essays with other characters from the series such as Tina, Mia's cousin Howard (?), and even a short snippet with Michael at the end. It's not a badly written book, it's just not for me - and I'm clearly way out of the age range of it. I feel like maybe little girls would enjoy this more. I didn't really have much interest in reading it beyond wanting to have read all of the This was a pretty short book consisting of Grandmere going over the various etiquettes of how to be a princess, with short essays with other characters from the series such as Tina, Mia's cousin Howard (?), and even a short snippet with Michael at the end. It's not a badly written book, it's just not for me - and I'm clearly way out of the age range of it. I feel like maybe little girls would enjoy this more. I didn't really have much interest in reading it beyond wanting to have read all of the books in The Princess Diaries series. Apparently, this was one I had overlooked when I originally read the series in high school.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Lauren Wallace

    "I figured I would share what I've learned during the long, grueling hours I've putting with Grandmere, so that you, too, can practice being a princess." (1) This book was a pretty funny tell all about what is learned in princess lessons. It was super funny to see how all the charters were incorporated. I learned something new. This book was a quick read, as I read it in about a hour! I would recommend this book to anyone into teen rom coms!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Kate

    This was a cute book to read even though I'm not planning on being a princess. It was interesting to see all the different things a princess has to do. My favorite part of the book was when Princess Mia would make funny comments. They always got me interested in the part that I was reading. Another thing that I liked was seeing how different Mia and her grandmother are. They both have very different views on what a princess should do. I recommend this book to those who want a short, easy read!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Cindy Huskey

    Despite some of the obvious silliness geared towards a younger audience, this book has some real merit. Essentially, it’s a teen’s guide to etiquette written under the guise of the characters in the Princess Diaries series. I have to say the the chapter about character was quite enlightening. Including the Jungian Tree of Self-Actualization . . . Impressive!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Sophia

    This short book was all about the different characteristics of what it means to be a princess and how to act like one. It was a fun little book that gave a small little guest appearances from some of the other characters in the Princess Diaries series. What I liked most about this book was the main goal of this story was to make whoever read this feel better about themselves, no matter what they looked like or what they wanted in life. Not a very good review but a good read (ha, get it!)

  23. 4 out of 5

    Denise Lauron

    This was more an etiquette book than part of the rest of the series. Each of the characters wrote a chapter. Most were not humorous. It was worth the read as it was part of the series, hurt not of much interest, otherwise.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Bianca

    Well... This was a nice but also a bit pointless addition to the princess diaries series... The different parts were "written" by the numerous persons who Mia spends her life with, which was quite amusing and made it an okay read but I could also have done without it.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. More like 3.5* This was a cute, fun, quick little read that actually had a really good message. To be a princess you have to do your best, be true to yourself, and try to help others. Sometimes we all need to be reminded of those things, and that they do not just apply to royalty.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Gisela

    My favorite mid school books. Show me how to do etiquette well plus there's cute picture and fabulous color. Pink! I've searching this book for some year and finally I found it again. Love it

  27. 5 out of 5

    Amanda Allen

    It was a lovely read and very educational on princess behavior. Would highly recommend for all ages.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Katie Solt

    It was not my favorite book two read

  29. 4 out of 5

    Longhairpanda

    Okay I was bored and this was fun to read.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Anita Bakhtiar

    Amazing, amazing book that shows the lessons Mi had to take to be transformed into Princess Amelia. Again, two thumbs-up for the beautiful illustrations throughout the book!

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