Book Review: Perfect Princess by Meg Cabot

Friday, September 20, 2013

Perfect Princess by Meg Cabot
(Started: September 10, 2010; Finished: September 11, 2010)

Summary/Description:
Sleeping Beauty, 
Victoria, 
Cleopatra, 
Snow White, 
Elizabeth,
Pocahontas, 
Mia Thermopolis: 
all princesses 
Do YOU have what it takes
to be a princess?
Princess Mia will help you find out.
Best-selling Princess Diaries author Meg Cabot and acclaimed fashion artist Chesley McLaren team up again to display this clever royal roster of princesses of the world. Big or small, old or new, fact or fiction, our favorite princess Amelia Mignonette Grimaldi Thermopolis Renaldo (aka Mia) will point out why these princesses rule, and how any girl can too! (From Goodreads)
Review: 5 stars, My favorite
Shelf: Goodreads, Shelfari
I wrote this review years ago and I kept it short and can be considered a Twitter review for its length, which is done by some book bloggers nowadays. I know someday I would edit this out when I read the book again. Here it is:
Like what Meg Cabot said in her introduction, this is a book “For princesses everywhere, past, present, and pretend.” Still funny but in a sort of informative way.
I will write a Bookgasm post for this to make up with this short post. I hope to create a princess inspired one.

For the quotes I got from the book, please visit my Tumblr:

Happy Reading Everyone!

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