The Princess Diaries

About the Series

All she ever wanted was for her best friend's brother to notice she was alive-and to pass freshman Algebra. But now that her dad's told her she's heir to the throne of the country of Genovia (and that her horrible Grandmére is going to be giving her princess lessons every day after school) Mia Thermopolis has enough problems to fill a lifetime of diaries....

Read the original series that spawned two hit movies and made Meg Cabot the "reigning grande dame of teenage chick lit" - The New York Times Book Review

Books

Princess Diaries

Vol 1 (Young Adult)

Princess In the Spotlight

Vol 2 (Young Adult)

Princess In Love

Vol 3 (Young Adult)

Princess in Waiting

Vol 4 (Young Adult)

Project Princess

Vol 4½ (Young Adult)

Princess In Pink

Vol 5 (Young Adult)

Princess in Training

Vol 6 (Young Adult)

The Princess Present

Vol 6½ (Young Adult)

Party Princess

Vol 7 (Young Adult)

Sweet Sixteen Princess

Vol 7½ (Young Adult)

Valentine Princess

Vol 7¾ (Young Adult)

Princess on the Brink

Vol 8 (Young Adult)

Princess Mia

Vol 9 (Young Adult)

Forever Princess

Vol 10 (Young Adult)

From the Notebooks of a Middle School Princess

(Middle School)
May 19, 2015

Royal Wedding

Vol 11 (Adult Readers)
June 5, 2015

Princess Lessons

(Young Adult)

Perfect Princess

(Young Adult)

Holiday Princess

(Young Adult)

Frequently Asked Questions

Will there be any new Princess Diaries Books?
- Yes! From the Notebooks of a Middle School Princess will be published in May 2015 (USA and Canada) and Royal Wedding (Princess Diaries IX) will be published in June of 2015.

Will there be any more Princess Diaries movies?
- I don't think so! The director, producers, and cast have moved on to new projects.

Latest news

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What People Are Saying

"There is a school of thought that says reading should be entertaining, and this is exactly what Meg Cabot produces for us: fun. She is the master of her genre; she is the George Bernard Shaw, if not the George Eliot of [her genre]."

"Through her books and heroines, Cabot offered escapism and empowerment right when I needed it most."

"Reading her journal is like reading a note from your best friend. Cabot has . . . an off-the-wall sense of humor that will have readers laughing out loud and a knack for creating fully realized characters that readers will miss when the story ends."

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