4th Quarter Reading: Girls in Pants (338 Pages)

imagesCA547M2TGirls in Pants is a novel written by Ann Brashares and it is 338 pages long. The genre is realistic fiction and the theme is that nothing can keep you apart from your friends, not even college.  Girls in Pants is again about the 4 best friends using the pants to keep them together. This is their 3rd summer apart, but this time they are going their separate ways for college. I like this book’s writing style because it’s like you are reading about you or your friends’ life.  I would recommend this book to anyone who is looking for a fun read because it is easy to relate to, it’s interesting, and it is fun to read.

4th Quarter Reading: The Second Summer of the Sisterhood (373 Pages)

The Second Summer of the Sisterhood is a novel written by Ann Brashares and it is 373 pages long. The genre of this book is realistic fiction and the theme is don’t be afraid to go out of your comfort zone. The Second Summer of the Sisterhood is the sequel to the best selling The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants. The Second Summer of the Sisterhood is about the four friends, Lena, Carmen, Tibby, and Bridget and how they are about to embark on their second summer apart. Of course, they are going to use the Pants to keep them together, but this time they document the special events that happened to them while wearing the Pants. The friends end up finding out some history about their parents, and how they were best friends as well. I would recommend this book to others because it is fun to read, interesting, and it has relatable characters.

4th Quarter Reading: The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants (304 Pages)

The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants is a novel written by Ann Brashares and it is 304 pages long. The genre of this book is realistic fiction and the theme is to always stick together. The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants is about 4 best friends who discover a pair of “magical” jeans that mysteriously fits them all. The friends, Carmen, Tibby, Lena, and Bridget, all decide that since they are going their separate ways for the summer, that they will use the pants to keep them together. They do this by sending the jeans from girl to girl throughout the summer. I like the writing style of this book because the story goes from girl to girl. I would recommend this book to anyone who has read The Princess Diaries series. I would recommend it because it is interesting, fun to read, and it has relatable characters.

4th Quarter Reading: The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants

I am currently reading The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants by Ann Brashares. It is 304 pages long. So far, I love the book. I can’t wait until I finish the book to see how it ends.  It is about four best friends who are spending the first summer apart, so the only thing that will keep them together is a pair of jeans that magically fits all of the friends. I would reccomend this book to anyone who wants an easy and fun book.

All American Girl (398 Pages)

All American Girl was written by Meg Cabot and was 398 pages long. The genre of this book is fiction. The theme of this book is to never stop believing in yourself. All American Girl is about a teenager named Samantha whose life turned upside down one evening. Having lived in Washington D.C. her whole life, it wasn’t uncommon for Samantha to see the president’s limo driving around. But that one night, she just happened to be in the right place at the right time. The president was walking into a cookie shop when a man pulled out a gun and tried to kill the president, but Samantha wrestled that man until the secret service agents eventually came. From then on, she was categorized as a national hero.

What I like about this writing style is that it has action and adventure, but it is still very fun to read. This book is a good choice for readers looking for action and adventure. Meg Cabot achieved her purpose in writing this novel which was to put action into a book for teens.

I would definitely recommend this book to others because it has action, it is easy to relate to, and it is exciting on every page.

Princess Mia (274 Pages)

Princess Mia was written by Meg Cabot and was 274 pages long. The genre of this book is realistic fiction and the theme is to always keep hope even when times are tough. In Princess Mia, Mia is struggling with her break-up with Michael Moscovitz. Then, Mia finds out that she has to give a speech to 2,000 women! In the midst of all this Mia finds a diary written by the Princess of Genovia from the 1600’s. As well as finding this princess’ diary, she also finds her portrait. What Mia doesn’t know is that there is a secret letter behind that portrait that may change the future of Genovia forever.

I think that the strengths of this book are that it is pretty different from the other Princess Diaries books because there is a little bit of suspense with Mia finding the secret letter. Although, I think some weaknesses of this book is that it gets somewhat boring and dull in some parts. This is an excellent choice for readers who are looking for a quick read. I would especially choose this book if you have read any other novels of this series. I like this book’s writing style because there are so many different events going on in the book, there is something for every reader’s taste.

I would recommend this novel to other readers because it has something for every person’s taste, it is easy to relate to, and it has different events on each page.

Must Read Book: Project Princess (64 Pages)

Project Princess is volume 4 1/2 of The Princess Diaries series by Meg Cabot. The genre of this book is realistic fiction. The theme of this book is to help families less fortunate than you are. In Project Princess Mia goes to West Virginia over Spring Break to help build homes for the needy. Most of the students that go to Albert Einstein High School (where Mia goes to school) are going places like Florida and California, but Mia is going to West Virginia to build homes. Mia doesn’t think that she would be any help in building homes becasue she has never even lifted a hammer before in her life. The main point is, though she has never built anything before she is still trying.

I like this writing style because it is different than any other of The Princess Diaries books. This book is a wise choice for any teen or young adult to read because it is fun to read and easy to relate to. My overall response to the book is that it gives you great lessons such as to put others before yourself.

I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who has read any previous Princess Diaries books. I think this is the best Princess Diaries book I have read so far. I would recommend this because it is fun to read, easy to relate to, and teaches you great lessons.

Princess In Pink (256 Pages) – You Don’t Have to Like Pink to Love this Book!

Princess In Pink was written by Meg Cabot and was 256 pages long. The genre of this book was realistic fiction. The theme of this book is to read all of Princess Mia’s diary entries. In Princess In Pink, Mia is hoping to get to go to the prom with her boyfriend, Michael. The only problem is that Michael doesn’t want to go to the prom because he thinks proms are stupid. Will Michael go to the prom with Mia? Read Princess In Pink to find out. Also, Mia’s mother is pregnant with her soon to be little brother or sister. Mia can’t wait to find out if it is a boy or a girl. The last main point of this book is the strike of bus boys from hotels and restaurants. This whole strike started because Mia’s grandmother brought her dog to Mia’s birthday dinner. Grandmere’s dog got loose and the bus boy working at the restaurant tripped over the dog and spilled soup all over Grandmere. Grandmere was so furious that she had this bus boy fired. After this, bus boys all over New York were going on strike.

I like Meg Cabot’s writing style because it sounds just as if a teenager had written it herself. This book is great for people to read for fun becuause this novel is interesting and keeps you on your toes the whole way through. Meg Cabot did achieve her purppose of writing this book which was to entertain teens and young adults.

I would definitely recommend Princess In Pink to anyoune who is looking for a good read because it is interesting throughout the whole book, there are characters you can relate to, and it is a fun book to read that many different types of people would enjoy reading. Happy Reading!

Princess In Waiting (225 Pages) – Don’t Wait to Read this Book!

     Princess In Waiting was written by Meg Cabot and is 225 pages long. The genre of this book is realistic fiction and the theme of Princess In Waiting is how to deal with school, friends, and of course being the Princess of Genovia. In the novel, Princess In Waiting, Princess Mia is in Genovia for all of her winter break where she continues to learn all of the duties of being a princess. Mia thinks that once she had arrived back at home in Manhattan that she wouldn’t have to deal with her grandmother or Genovia for a little while. But, Mia was wrong. One day at school Mia’s grandmother shows up and tells Mia that she has a ball the same night of Mia’s first date with Michael Moscovitz. Will Mia go to the ball or hang out with Michael? Read to find out. I love Meg Cabot’s style of writing because it is very easy to relate to. Meg Cabot achieved her purpose in writing this novel which was to entertain teens with the story of Mia’s life. I found this book interesting and readers will especially love this novel if they have read any other of the Princess Diaries novels in the Princess Diaries series by Meg Cabot. I would highly reccommend this novel to others because it is fun to read and you can relate to the characters. The last reason that I would reccommend this novel to others is that it is a great sequel to the last Princess Diaries and makes you want to read more about Mia’s life.