Table of contents for Perfect princess / Meg Cabot ; illustrated by Chesley MacLaren.

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All I Need to Know I Learned from Princesses, By Princess Amelia
Mignonette Grimaldi Thermopolis Renaldo
Princess Mia on the importance of princesses-past, present and
I. Perfect Princesses:
A selection of perfect princess role models, according to Dowager
Princess Clarisse Renaldo
From Chinese Empress Wu Zetian to Britain's `Queen Mum,'
Grandmère admires princesses who have shown grace under pressure
II. Style Princesses:
Hair and make-up guru Paolo and fashionisto Sebastiano discuss
principessas whose royal wardrobes have profoundly impacted the
world. Also: a special guest appearance by Cousin Hank
From Marie Antoinette's rosy cheeks to Princess Jasmine's halter-
top, royal style relies on more than just a crown. Paolo and
Sebastiano explain how
III. Mrs. Princess:
Tina Hakim Baba names princesses who only became princesses
because they were lucky enough to marry a prince
From Princess Diana to Mia's own Grandmère, Tina examines the
phenomenon of commoners who scored royal titles.  And princes.
IV. Power Princesses:
Renowned social activist Lilly Moscovitz on princesses who
wielded mighty scepters
From Cleopatra and her fatal asp to Elizabeth the Virgin Queen,
these royals refused to merely sit pretty on their thrones
V. Action Princesses:
Royal Consort Michael Moscovitz reflects upon his ideal
princess.and surprisingly, it is not Princess Leia
Michael tells all (or at least his thoughts on heroines in
tiaras, that is)
VI. Politically Correct Princesses:
Princess Mia sheds light on the valuable lessons contained in
popular fairy tales
From Princess Mononoke to Snow White, every princess carries a
message, be it about environmentalism or not eating an apple
offered by a stranger, no matter how juicy it looks
VII. Wanna-Be Princesses:
Princess Mia decrees just who is, and who is not, a real princess
In regards to the likes of Barbie, Smurfette, and Gwyneth
Paltrow, Princess Mia draws a line in the sand
VIII. Should-Be-Princesses:
Princess Mia lists those who are not princesses but ought to be
Princess Mia takes a stand on behalf of Buffy the Vampire Slayer,
Gwen Stefani, and others
Getting in touch with your inner princess
Princess Mia ties it all together

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Princesses Fiction, Self-actualization (Psychology) Fiction, Diaries Fiction