Monday, May 9, 2016

Royal Day Out - Book Review

Royal Day Out: A From the Notebooks of a Middle School Princess e-shortRoyal Day Out: A From the Notebooks of a Middle School Princess e-short by Meg Cabot
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Published: May 10th 2016 by Feiwel & Friends

Olivia Grace Clarisse Mignonette Harrison never thought that being a real life PRINCESS OF GENOVIA could ever be boring, but with all of the new vans and paparazzi staked out in front of the palace, the whole family has been on lockdown for weeks. So when Grandmere suggests a shopping trip to buy a small present for Princess Mia, Olivia jumps at the chance—especially since the shopping trip comes with the promise of lunch at the Royal Genovian Yacht Club (makers of the best ice cream sundae in the world)! Surely nothing could go wrong with such a simple day out, could it?

A quick shopping trip with her royal Grandmere turns into a much bigger deal than Olivia Grace, the newest Princess of Genovia expected in this e-short edition to Meg Cabot's illustrated chapter book series From the Notebooks of a Middle School Princess.



I will forever absolutely love the princesses of Genovia!

What's not to love about Olivia's happy-go-lucky attitude? She is definitely a kid I would want to spend more time around.
Not only do I love that we're getting more Genovian everything with these books but we get to see it from a fresh new perspective.


This story is short and sweet, letting us get to know Olivia a little more and giving us something to look forward to with Royal Wedding Disaster.

It's a cute catch up on what's been going on with Olivia since we last saw her at the end of Middle School Princess.

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