Mia already has enough to deal with. She the tallest, most flat-chested person in the ninth grade, her hippie-artist mom is dating Miaâ€™s teacher (â€œThanks Mom. Thanks a whole lotâ€) and she has a hopeless crush on the hottest guy at school who, in typical hottie-fashion, has no idea that she exists. Then her dad, who is amicably divorced from her mom, drops the big one: instead of the foreign diplomat she thought him to be, heâ€™s really the prince of a tiny European country and Mia is the crown heir! Mia couldnâ€™t possibly feel less like a royal, but all of a sudden sheâ€™s got to do this Princess Diana-like gig with no experience whatsoever. It totally increases her sympathy for other sudden-celebrity teens:â€œ If I were Chelsea Clinton, I would change my name and move to Iceland.â€ A not-so-serious-girl-power read that will keep you giggling long after the last page is turned.
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I really like the books better than the movie. It is has more info in it and it’s diffret by far