Royal Crush

Royal Crush

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Get ready for a Royal Crush in this third book in the middle-grade Princess Diaries spin-off series, written and illustrated by New York Times- bestselling author Meg Cabot.

Olivia Grace Clarisse Mignonette Harrison is turning thirteen. Even better, she's finally starting to get the hang of this princess thing. Just in time, too, since her half-sister, Princess Mia Thermopolis, is expected to give birth to twins any day now!

It's pretty much the worst time possible for a school field trip, but everyone is insisting that Olivia must attend the Royal School Winter Games. Between Grandmère chaperoning, Olivia's snobby cousin Luisa complaining about her relationship woes, and everyone insisting that Olivia has a crush on Prince Khalil (even though she isn't sure that he even wants to be friends anymore!), things are quickly turning into a royal mess!


Praise for the FROM THE NOTEBOOKS OF A MIDDLE SCHOOL PRINCESS series:

"The nation of Genovia gains a new resident in this amusing spin-off. . . . Cabot's own black-and-white cartoons further enliven Olivia's entertaining and candid notebook entries, which will have readers looking forward to her future escapades." -- Publishers Weekly on From the Notebooks of a Middle School Princess

"A sweet fantasy, both funny and highly satisfying." -- Kirkus Reviews on From the Notebooks of a Middle School Princess

"In her journal-style narrative incorporating both humorous and touching moments, likable, engaging Olivia continues to navigate the joys and challenges of being a modern-day princess." -- School Library Journal on Royal Wedding Disaster

Publisher: New York : Feiwel & Friends ©2017.
Edition: First edition.
ISBN: 9781250111524
Characteristics: 314 pages :,illustrations :,22 cm

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glenda168
Jul 25, 2018

This book was just plain amazing. From going to the National Games to the princesses' twins, and leading to Olivia's crush, all I can say is that this book is so good. I liked the part at the end when Prince Khalil and Princess Olivia go together and liked each other. They went on their first date, the ice cream shop, on Olivia's birthday. I would still say that this book is for elementary schoolers, but really, it fits for anybody. Maybe even adults. I recommend this book because it talks a lot about royalty, kindness, bravery, and love. I felt bad for Olivia when she lost a bet to her best friend, Nishi. It was about whether or not the royal twins would be what gender. Olivia had to take photos of Prince Khalil, even one being naked! But seriously, this book has only one word: AMAZING!!!

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mammothhawk229e
Dec 27, 2017

Good novel on a teenager understanding royal life, school & boys.
More questions than answers.
What her greedy aunt's family status being stuck in Qulif's civil war.
When Grandmere met Grandpere?
Where Grandmere born?
What was Grandmere's family background?
How much Grandmere's stories embellished?

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VioletBaudelaire
Aug 30, 2017

This book was super great! I love the series and recomend it to people who love a good story. The third is my favourite because of all the challenges that princess Oliva has to overcome

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