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Princess School [NOOK Book]

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King Gunther - ruler of Netherlands and a good father to her daughter Princess Linda. Worrying about her future. The founder of the Princess School.

Princess Linda - A beautiful and attractive princess from the Netherlands who is not like any other ordinary princess, who is nice, caring and dorky. Loves America and american things and wants go to college in America in USC where she dreams about.

Walter - ...

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Princess School

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Overview

King Gunther - ruler of Netherlands and a good father to her daughter Princess Linda. Worrying about her future. The founder of the Princess School.

Princess Linda - A beautiful and attractive princess from the Netherlands who is not like any other ordinary princess, who is nice, caring and dorky. Loves America and american things and wants go to college in America in USC where she dreams about.

Walter - King's royal advisor and loyal to King Gunther and Princess Linda and he also cares about Billy.

Billy - Nerdy kid who is Princess Linda's age and is not exactly kind of guy who you would pick for prince charming. He has Prince Charming's heart, but not his looks and is the last person anyone would date Linda. Going to USC school of cinema in the fall and dreams about being the next Josh Schwartz. Once he recieve the letter he thought it was a gag. But he found it wasn't met Linda and explained everything to him and fell in love with her in a minute.

Jimmy - Billy's best friend who thought was playing a trick on him, but he isn't and a leader of the rock that Billy helps set up for a record producer.

Billy's Dad - Supportive of BIlly and tells him to go along with Jimmy's gag.

Billy's Mom - Supportive of Billy's and tells him to go along with Jimmy's gag.

american limo driver - that drives Billy to the airport.

American flight attendant in Billy's private jet - serves Billy's drink.

King's royal chauefffer - Takes Billy to King Gunther's castle

Princess Jeannette - one of the students who attends the princess school and Billy and Linda's classmate.

Princess Anna - one of the students who attends the princess school and Billy and Linda's classmate

Princess Jessica - one of the students who attends the princess school and Billy and Linda's classmate

Princess Diane - who is Antonio lackey. He also hates Billy and thinks he's a geek too. one of the students who attends the princess school and Billy and Linda's classmate

Prince Edward -

one of the students who attends the princess school and Billy and Linda's classmate.

Prince Antonio - The main antagonist of this story who is Billy's rival and is in love with Princess Linda. He hates Billy and doesn't like him dating his future girlfriend. He is suspicious of him and figure out he's not really a prince, one of the students who attends the princess school and Billy and Linda's classmate

Prince Oliver - one of the students who attends the princess school and Billy and Linda's classmate

Pierre - the bellman and tour guide to the castle where the ladies show them to their room

Alfred - the bellman and tour guide to the castle where the gentlemen show them to their rooms.

King Gunther's maid - The maid shows Billy where the kitchen is

Mr Rayne - record producer who signs Billy's friend Jimmy.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781466939660
  • Publisher: Trafford Publishing
  • Publication date: 7/23/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 76 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 9, 2014

    Hannah to percy

    Ok well tell me something. You will never scare me with your really gross words.

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    Posted February 1, 2014

    Royalty

    Curls next to brooke

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    Posted January 31, 2014

    Mia

    *strechesand yawns while muzzling her owners hand*

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 1, 2014

    To brooke

    were is the other ball

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 1, 2014

    Princess brooke

    Lsys down on bed and watches tv.

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    Posted February 1, 2014

    Maria

    Hey

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    Posted January 31, 2014

    DOO<3>SHBAG

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