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Meg Cabot

novelist

1967   -  

genre: romance novel
country of citizenship: United States of America
native language: English
educated at: Indiana University
occupation: writer, novelist, illustrator, children's writer, painter, screenwriter
www.megcabot.com

Meg Cabot (born Meggin Patricia Cabot; February 1, 1967) is an American author of romantic and paranormal fiction for teens and adults. She has written and published over fifty books, and is best known for The Princess Diaries, later made by Walt Disney Pictures into two feature films of the same name. Meg's books have been the recipients of numerous awards, including the New York Public Library Books for the Teen Age, the American Library Association Quick Pick for Reluctant Readers, the Tennessee Volunteer State TASL Book Award, the Book Sense Pick, the Evergreen Young Adult Book Award, the IRA/CBC Young Adult Choice, and many others. She has had numerous no. 1 New York Times bestsellers. Cabot has more than 25 million copies of her books—children's, young adult, and adult—in print worldwide.
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works

43

Shadowland

novel by Meg Cabot

author: Meg Cabot

2000

Darkest Hour

novel by Meg Cabot

author: Meg Cabot

2001

Reunion

novel in Meg Cabot's The Mediator series

author: Meg Cabot

2001

Ninth Key

book by Meg Cabot

author: Meg Cabot

2001

Twilight

novel by Meg Cabot

author: Meg Cabot

2004

How to Be Popular

novel by Meg Cabot

author: Meg Cabot

2006

Teen Idol

novel by Meg Cabot

author: Meg Cabot

2004

Prom Nights from Hell

book by Meg Cabot

author: Meg Cabot, Stephenie Meyer

2009

All American Girl

novel by Meg Cabot

author: Meg Cabot

2002

Airhead

novel by Meg Cabot

author: Meg Cabot

2009

Darkest Hour

novel by Meg Cabot

author: Meg Cabot

2001

Shadowland

novel by Meg Cabot

author: Meg Cabot

2000

Haunted

novel by Meg Cabot

author: Meg Cabot

2004

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