Bear with the first few pages - a little slow starting off, but it became a very enjoyable book - like a mini-vacay to Scotland! You can tell that the author did a lot of research, both about the private lives of royalty, and about Scottish cultures. I enjoyed the main character's "attitude" problem - sounded like a real teenager! I wish that there would be a sequel!
This was a hoot. I laughed out loud multiple times, and while I often find the "howdy I'm American, how do you snooty English people do things and also boy I'm glad we aren't your colony anymore" schtick annoying in books, it never bothered me here -- I think because Rachel Hawkins knew just how much of it to include without it seeming absurd & caricatured. But for real, if you loved The Royal We, or last year's Royal Runaway, or other books of that ilk, you must read this -- it's delightful.
A Great Book for Great Kids pick. When Daisy's older sister gets engaged to the Crown Prince of Scotland, Daisy makes the royal rulebook all her own. Grades 7-8.
Fun and fluffy and royalty and teenagers. Just what I needed on a rainy day with a headache!
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