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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. Instead of yelling at Mia, Mia's parents do what?
2. What is the name of the restaurant where Mia has lunch with her father?
3. What is the title of Mia's poem?
4. Why is Lilly's show in jeopardy?
5. What is the name of the agreement Mia makes with her parents?
Short Essay Questions
1. Where do Mia's grandmother and father live? What type of area is it? What location does the author compare it to?
2. Why is the stalker obsessed with Lilly and what does she plan to do about it?
3. What is Mia's reaction to her mother, Helen, dating one of her teachers?
4. Who is Lilly's stalker and what to do the Doctors Moscovitz have to say about him?
5. Why is Mia afraid to tell Lilly about the news?
6. What is Lilly's opinion on Christian monarchies?
7. How does Prince Phillipe react to win Helen gets ready to leave for her date with Mr. Gianini?
8. How does Mia react when Lilly asks if she would choose Josh Richter or Michael as a life partner?
9. What is Lilly's biggest obsession? In what new project are Lilly and Mia involved? Where does it take place?
10. Why did the Mia's parents decide not to tell her about being a princess?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Lilly is constantly at odds with some person or organization. Explain why Lilly is so determined to expose these people? Why does Lilly want to boycott the deli? How does Mia feel about the boycott? How does Lilly react to Mia's lack of support even after Mia explains she was required to be with Grandmere?
Essay Topic 2
How does Mia feel when she realizes that nearly everyone else knew about her status as Princess? How will this knowledge affect Mia's relationship with Grandmere? How will it affect Mia's relationship with the neighbors and staff at Miragnac? How will Mia cope with having a bodyguard?
Essay Topic 3
No matter what happens with Mia, Grandmere always seems to have the last word. What is it about Grandmere that makes her seem so authoritative? What is the relationship between Phillipe and his mother? How does Helen view Grandmere? Does Grandmere get special treatment because of her presence or because she is royalty?
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