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Princess in Pink by Meg Cabot is the fifth book in the popular Princess Diaries series. In this novel, sixteen-year-old Genovian Princess Mia hopes her boyfriend will invite her to prom while dealing with a strike in the hospitality industry which results from an unfortunate incident that occurs during her birthday dinner. Princess in Pink is an engaging epistolary narrative about the problems of a typical girl who also happens to be the princess of Genovia.

The edition of The Atom, the school newspaper for Albert Einstein High School, for the week of May 5 lists the science fair winners, talks about the lacrosse team's victory and about Mia Thermopolis, Genovian princess, building homes for the poor during her spring break. On Wednesday, April 30, in Biology class, Mia tells Shameeka that she wishes Lilly would stop mentioning her in her...

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