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Inconvenient monster alarms, a sparkly array of princess guests, and spot-on slapstick pacing make for a party readers will celebrate. Today is Princess Magnolia’s birthday party, and she wants everything to be perfect. But just as her guests are arriving . . . Brring! Brring! The monster alarm! Princess Magnolia runs to the broom closet, ditches her frilly clothes, and bec Inconvenient monster alarms, a sparkly array of princess guests, and spot-on slapstick pacing make for a party readers will celebrate. Today is Princess Magnolia’s birthday party, and she wants everything to be perfect. But just as her guests are arriving . . . Brring! Brring! The monster alarm! Princess Magnolia runs to the broom closet, ditches her frilly clothes, and becomes the Princess in Black! She rushes to the goat pasture, defeats the monster, and returns to the castle before her guests discover her secret. But every time Princess Magnolia is about to open her presents, the monster alarm rings again. And every time she rushes back—an inside-out dress here, a missing shoe there—it gets harder to keep the other princesses from being suspicious. Don’t those monsters understand that now is not a good time for an attack?


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Inconvenient monster alarms, a sparkly array of princess guests, and spot-on slapstick pacing make for a party readers will celebrate. Today is Princess Magnolia’s birthday party, and she wants everything to be perfect. But just as her guests are arriving . . . Brring! Brring! The monster alarm! Princess Magnolia runs to the broom closet, ditches her frilly clothes, and bec Inconvenient monster alarms, a sparkly array of princess guests, and spot-on slapstick pacing make for a party readers will celebrate. Today is Princess Magnolia’s birthday party, and she wants everything to be perfect. But just as her guests are arriving . . . Brring! Brring! The monster alarm! Princess Magnolia runs to the broom closet, ditches her frilly clothes, and becomes the Princess in Black! She rushes to the goat pasture, defeats the monster, and returns to the castle before her guests discover her secret. But every time Princess Magnolia is about to open her presents, the monster alarm rings again. And every time she rushes back—an inside-out dress here, a missing shoe there—it gets harder to keep the other princesses from being suspicious. Don’t those monsters understand that now is not a good time for an attack?

30 review for The Princess in Black and the Perfect Princess Party

  1. 5 out of 5

    Melle

    Page 8 -- WHAT?! WHAT IS THIS?! Oh, no, no, no, please, please, please do not tell me you have the Pan-Plains-ish-Amerindian princess in fringed freaking buckskin and riding a deer. Page 27 -- She still looks a little hippie-interpretation-of-Plains-cultures, but maybe this won't get worse? Page 29 -- She's eating a sandwich. Maybe we're in the clear? Page 55 -- Y'know, I think this is trying to be culturally diverse, but I don't know if it's succeeding. It looks a little culturally weird for oth Page 8 -- WHAT?! WHAT IS THIS?! Oh, no, no, no, please, please, please do not tell me you have the Pan-Plains-ish-Amerindian princess in fringed freaking buckskin and riding a deer. Page 27 -- She still looks a little hippie-interpretation-of-Plains-cultures, but maybe this won't get worse? Page 29 -- She's eating a sandwich. Maybe we're in the clear? Page 55 -- Y'know, I think this is trying to be culturally diverse, but I don't know if it's succeeding. It looks a little culturally weird for other nations, too. Page 57 -- So, Native Princess Zinnia named her stag Santa Bear. Really? I can't even. Page 83 -- I'm sorry, but Princess Z looks a little Land-o'-Lakes-y light. Page 89 -- I know this is trying very hard to bring everybody together and that it's fiction and princess fiction and not supposed to be taken super-seriously, ****BUT**** the main character is white, and the minor characters of princesses of color seem to rely on stereotypes. Do we have to relegate little kids of color to see themselves in stereotypes? I'm just not very okay with this. I love -- repeat LOVE -- the first volume of this series, but I couldn't read this one with an uncritical eye, and I'm having some serious apprehensions about recommending this to kids.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Debbie Barr

    This is the perfect series to help budding readers transition out of picture books into early chapter books. bright illustrations, fin characters, and interesting vocabulary make this a great book for any young reader.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Rashika (is tired)

    ***This review has also been posted on The Social Potato I would like to start this review by saying that if you don’t think princesses can wear black, we cannot be friends. Shannon Hale is one of my favorite authors ever so I was really excited to dive into this book. I wanted to see how this chapter book would compare to all the other novels I had read by Shannon. In a very short summary, this book was cute, but it was also so great. I feel like this is what all the young kids these days should b ***This review has also been posted on The Social Potato I would like to start this review by saying that if you don’t think princesses can wear black, we cannot be friends. Shannon Hale is one of my favorite authors ever so I was really excited to dive into this book. I wanted to see how this chapter book would compare to all the other novels I had read by Shannon. In a very short summary, this book was cute, but it was also so great. I feel like this is what all the young kids these days should be reading. About a young princess, who is clearly badass and not afraid to fight the monsters. My only complain would be that the young princess had to hide her badassery from all of her other princesses. At one point, I was so sure that one of them would become her sidekicks and when that didn’t happen, I was a little sad. Never the less, Magnolia was an awesome princess and I hope we get to see another story that features her and her adventures. This is such a fun chapter book and if you’re probably not going to read it yourselves, it would always be a great book to gift to kids. ;) Note that I received an ARC of the book in exchange for an honest review.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Kaethe Douglas

    Some people can't stand the whole princess thing, others haven't lost it even though they've grown up; I never thought of myself as being afflicted with the desire, but then I really enjoyed a series of books called Castles Ever After which might as well have been commissioned by some sort of Secret Adult Princess Division of Disney. Both the daughters came down with a case when they started preschool, one traditionally (so much Belle merch) the other with an edge (Zombie Princess), and both gav Some people can't stand the whole princess thing, others haven't lost it even though they've grown up; I never thought of myself as being afflicted with the desire, but then I really enjoyed a series of books called Castles Ever After which might as well have been commissioned by some sort of Secret Adult Princess Division of Disney. Both the daughters came down with a case when they started preschool, one traditionally (so much Belle merch) the other with an edge (Zombie Princess), and both gave it up in favor of other, more literally kick-ass heroines. These books are perfect for that phase: the swashbuckling and monster-fighting will appeal to nearly all kids, the princesses are a diverse lot, there's a disability addressed as no big deal, and they are funny enough for adults to read repeatedly as they will no doubt be forced to do. Write on, Shannon Hale, long may you reign as Queen of the Kickass Princess! Library copy

  5. 4 out of 5

    Alexandra

    Quick read before bed tonight. Just like with the first THE PRINCESS IN BLACK book, I thought this was a really cute read, appropriate for ages 5+ I think. While it looks like and is presented as a chapter book, it's more like a picture book in my opinion. It almost went by too fast. Also, I didn't like that it repeated some of the stuff that happened in the first book. I know that this is a series for small children but I think it deserved a little more substance. Kids notice. That being said, Quick read before bed tonight. Just like with the first THE PRINCESS IN BLACK book, I thought this was a really cute read, appropriate for ages 5+ I think. While it looks like and is presented as a chapter book, it's more like a picture book in my opinion. It almost went by too fast. Also, I didn't like that it repeated some of the stuff that happened in the first book. I know that this is a series for small children but I think it deserved a little more substance. Kids notice. That being said, I know this may sound like a negative review but it's not. I still recommend trying it out on your princess fans. Ultimately, the illustrations are what bring the story to life and the Princess in Black herself is pretty fierce.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Zoey

    It was SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO good. It was about a birthday party for Princess Magnolia!#2.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Laura

    My little girl isn't the typical princess loving type. She is more into pirates, knights, dragons and swords than anything. I feel like these books were made for her. She loves the fact that the princess, has a secret identity and can go and fight off monsters. Very cute. My little girl isn't the typical princess loving type. She is more into pirates, knights, dragons and swords than anything. I feel like these books were made for her. She loves the fact that the princess, has a secret identity and can go and fight off monsters. Very cute.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Victoria Hoey

    I’m reading this series with my 4 year old daughter. She LOVES them. They have the perfect amount of pictures, to keep her entertained in the adventure.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Abigail

    Princess Magnolia, the eponymous Princess in Black, returns in this second chapter-book devoted to her adventures. Opening as she prepares for her birthday party, to which twelve sparkly fellow princesses have been invited, the story follows her as she is continually called away to fight monsters. As she slips in and out of the castle, and in and out of her alter-ego, Princess Magnolia grows ever more flustered. Will she ever get to open her presents, or will the monsters escaping from Monster L Princess Magnolia, the eponymous Princess in Black, returns in this second chapter-book devoted to her adventures. Opening as she prepares for her birthday party, to which twelve sparkly fellow princesses have been invited, the story follows her as she is continually called away to fight monsters. As she slips in and out of the castle, and in and out of her alter-ego, Princess Magnolia grows ever more flustered. Will she ever get to open her presents, or will the monsters escaping from Monster Land ruin her party...? Like it predecessor, The Princess in Black and the Perfect Princess Party pairs a humorous and entertaining tale with colorful artwork that will keep young readers engaged. The story is a little repetitive, compared to the first book, but that's a natural result of its structure, as the princess is forced to continually rush out to battle monsters, when all she wants to do is open her presents. I thought that there was more of a sense of Princess Magnolia enjoying both of her roles here, whereas in the first book it felt almost that her public persona was a chore, compared to her secret (and more exciting) life as a monster-battling hero. Here there is more balance, and both roles are seen as positive, making the secretive nature of The Princess in Black's activities less problematic. On another note, while I appreciated the inclusion of a diverse range of princesses, in Princess Magnolia's party guests, I do wonder if their depiction will raise any red flags with those particularly attuned to issues of representation and stereotype. It's clear that illustrator LeUyen Pham was trying to emphasize the geographic and cultural diversity of the princesses, but I imagine that there will be those who see her depiction of some of them as objectionable. For my part, I think their depiction is in keeping with that of Princess Magnolia herself - everyone is very much meant to be a generic 'type,' whether that be a faux-medieval European princess, or an early, pre-modernized Native American one. With the caveat that those particularly sensitive to these issues might want to proceed with caution, I'd recommend The Princess in Black and the Perfect Princess Party to those readers who have read and enjoyed the first book in this series, as well as to those looking for 'princessy' tale with a slightly different, more girl-positive bent.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Dana

    This is yet another fabulous adventure in the life of Princess Magnolia - a sparkly, beautiful princess with a secret life as a ninja superhero monster fighter. I just love that. On the day of her birthday party to which she had invited 12 other sparkly princesses as her guests, the monster alarm goes off repeatedly and she has to slip in and out of disguise as the Princess In Black, sneaking away from her party guests to save the goats from being eaten by monsters. Along with her faithful steed This is yet another fabulous adventure in the life of Princess Magnolia - a sparkly, beautiful princess with a secret life as a ninja superhero monster fighter. I just love that. On the day of her birthday party to which she had invited 12 other sparkly princesses as her guests, the monster alarm goes off repeatedly and she has to slip in and out of disguise as the Princess In Black, sneaking away from her party guests to save the goats from being eaten by monsters. Along with her faithful steed, Frimplepants the unicorn, who transforms to Blacky, the Princess In Black's faithful pony, she struggles to fight monsters without having her party guests figure out her secret. She distracts her guests with fun games and races in order to do so. The illustrations are cute and the story is totally awesome! This book is excellent for beginner readers and is totally fun for all readers to enjoy. I received this book free to review from Netgalley.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Tiff at Mostly YA Lit

    I LOVED The Princess in Black and have given it to so many children in my life already, so I was excited to delve into the first sequel. In this installment, Princess Magnolia is about to celebrate her birthday with a fun party. With twelve other princesses from various realms showing up soon, she gets a ring from the monster alarm. And then gets it again. And again. How can Princess Magnolia balance her work with fun, all while keeping the other princesses from figuring out her secret? An adora I LOVED The Princess in Black and have given it to so many children in my life already, so I was excited to delve into the first sequel. In this installment, Princess Magnolia is about to celebrate her birthday with a fun party. With twelve other princesses from various realms showing up soon, she gets a ring from the monster alarm. And then gets it again. And again. How can Princess Magnolia balance her work with fun, all while keeping the other princesses from figuring out her secret? An adorable sequel to The Princess in Black, showing just how hard superheroes need to work. I loved the fact that the other princesses were of various cultural and ethnic backgrounds; the illustrations were perfect, with a vintage feel that never felt dated. My only qualm with this one was that (view spoiler)[ the Goat Avenger didn't show up - the goat boy is in the book, but I wanted him to help! (hide spoiler)] . Overall, very fun, and continues the theme of princesses being badass.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Kelsey

    Age: 2nd-3rd grade Transitional Reader It's Princess Magnolia's birthday and all her princess friends are coming over to celebrate. As Princess Magnolia's monster alert ring keeps beeping, she must distract her guests with party games while she races off to protect the goats and fight off the monsters. One princess in particular attempts to solve Princess Magnolia's numerous disappearances but her character is flat and her investigation is dropped for a quick ending. Regardless, kids that love sup Age: 2nd-3rd grade Transitional Reader It's Princess Magnolia's birthday and all her princess friends are coming over to celebrate. As Princess Magnolia's monster alert ring keeps beeping, she must distract her guests with party games while she races off to protect the goats and fight off the monsters. One princess in particular attempts to solve Princess Magnolia's numerous disappearances but her character is flat and her investigation is dropped for a quick ending. Regardless, kids that love superheroes but also love the color pink, princesses, and frilly accoutrama will enjoy this unique offering from the ever successful Shannon Hale.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Mimi.Y

    It's a cute series.... I just love how her ring glows to let her know the monsters are coming. Its the princess in black job to protect the village animals. She has to try to keep her guest entertain why she go fight monsters. It's hard because she have to keep her identity a secret. I know its under age for Jada but she really like the series and it gives us something to discuss. It's a cute series.... I just love how her ring glows to let her know the monsters are coming. Its the princess in black job to protect the village animals. She has to try to keep her guest entertain why she go fight monsters. It's hard because she have to keep her identity a secret. I know its under age for Jada but she really like the series and it gives us something to discuss.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Annina Luck Wildermuth

    I'm a big fan of Princess in Black. I really liked the first one and this sequel didn't disappoint me. I love, love the super-talented illustrator Le Uyen Pham. I love her faces, and her illustrations add a lot to the text. I'm a big fan of Princess in Black. I really liked the first one and this sequel didn't disappoint me. I love, love the super-talented illustrator Le Uyen Pham. I love her faces, and her illustrations add a lot to the text.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Alyson (Kid Lit Frenzy)

    It is tough being a princess when you have to fight monsters and entertain guests for your birthday. I want more goat herder and Princess Sneezewort.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Lydia

    Princess Magnolia loves being "the Princess in Black", however, today is her birthday so she really wants to just spend time at her party with her friends. One monster attack? Okay, she can deal with that and still have plenty of party time, but when the monsters keep coming she's worried she won't get to enjoy the party or worse someone could figure out who she is! I liked it, and if I were the target age, I would have loved it! I do wish that (view spoiler)[Princess Sneezewort had figured it o Princess Magnolia loves being "the Princess in Black", however, today is her birthday so she really wants to just spend time at her party with her friends. One monster attack? Okay, she can deal with that and still have plenty of party time, but when the monsters keep coming she's worried she won't get to enjoy the party or worse someone could figure out who she is! I liked it, and if I were the target age, I would have loved it! I do wish that (view spoiler)[Princess Sneezewort had figured it out, or Magnolia would have confided in her, but at least she enjoyed the present (hide spoiler)] . A fun spy adventure with lots of monster defeating; told with plenty of pictures for more reluctant readers. No content issues, monsters are "beat up" but aren't even bruised when defeated and sent back to Monster Land and no goats are consumed.

  17. 4 out of 5

    H.L. Burke

    Claire really likes these right now. I think she could read them herself with a bit of effort, but fine reading them to her now. Good humor.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Kris

    Feeling very devoted to the Princess in Black. Fly, Blacky, Fly!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Sara Paige

    As a reader i love how incorporated vivid colors in the illustrations and also shows readers that not everything goes as planned. The monsters I feel help build imagination in readers as well. As a future teacher I would use this book to teach a lesson to my students that not everything that is planned goes as planned. I would also use it to teach narratives and have them write their own narrative in which something they planned did not turn exactly how they wanted it too.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Esther

    The Princess in Black and the Perfect Princess Party was a bit more repetitive than the first book, but still super cute! I can't wait to read book three! :) The Princess in Black and the Perfect Princess Party was a bit more repetitive than the first book, but still super cute! I can't wait to read book three! :)

  21. 5 out of 5

    Lou Anders

    Another fun adventure of the Princess in Black. These books are aimed at the 5 to 8-year-old reading level and a very slight but have a slide hammer peeking through.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Jody

    My daughter loves this series!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Ms. Yingling

    E ARC from Netgalley.com Princess Magnolia is having a big birthday party, and all of her princess friends have shown up riding various animals, with various princess outfits, bearing gifts. The party progresses nicely, but the monsters keep attacking the goats, and Princess Magnolia has to excuse herself and go keep the monsters from eating the goats. This becomes very wearing, especially when one of the guests hides in the broom closet and almost discovers the princess's secret! Eventually, the E ARC from Netgalley.com Princess Magnolia is having a big birthday party, and all of her princess friends have shown up riding various animals, with various princess outfits, bearing gifts. The party progresses nicely, but the monsters keep attacking the goats, and Princess Magnolia has to excuse herself and go keep the monsters from eating the goats. This becomes very wearing, especially when one of the guests hides in the broom closet and almost discovers the princess's secret! Eventually, the princess reads the monster the riot act. He behaves, even giving her a present, and she is allowed to finish her party, with her guests none the wiser even though her dress is inside out and she has twigs in her disheveled hair. Strengths: I am a HUGE LeUyen Pham fan; ever since her Joe and Beth Krush homage in Snyder's Any Which Wall. The illustration are rather brilliant-- while the princesses seem to be from a variety of cultures, their costumes don't necessarily reflect any particular culture. There is, for example, a girl in what looks like stereotypical Native American dress who does not look in the least Native American. This is a great way to get a variety of faces in the book without having to worry about people complaining that they aren't authentic. This moves along quickly, makes sense, and we learn that Princess Magnolia is a bit impatient. She uses this quality well, though. It's a simple story that my daughters would have adored. Weaknesses: I really wanted to see more from the goat herder, Duffy, but he is barely shown. I think Magnolia needs to learn to deputize. What I really think: Yep. Buying. And replaced my lost copy of Arnie the Doughnut, too. Fun.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Joan

    I just love this series. This is the third one and it only gets better. I also like the quiet encouragement on outdoor activities. There isn't a video game to be found and I hope the authors keep that a standard part of the series. Princess Magnolia has a birthday party (no mention of how old she is) but her monster alarm keeps ringing! How is she to keep her secret that she is the Princess in Black? Will she manage to keep her secret and deal with those pesky goat eating monsters? What a wonder I just love this series. This is the third one and it only gets better. I also like the quiet encouragement on outdoor activities. There isn't a video game to be found and I hope the authors keep that a standard part of the series. Princess Magnolia has a birthday party (no mention of how old she is) but her monster alarm keeps ringing! How is she to keep her secret that she is the Princess in Black? Will she manage to keep her secret and deal with those pesky goat eating monsters? What a wonderful story where even the villains are not particularly villainous! The humor in this is just so perfect for the age group! The new characters introduced in each book are wonderful. If you haven't met Princess Magnolia, I suggest start by reading the first one so as to get the basics of the story down. But you definitely need to meet Princess Magnolia so as to cheer on an improvement in youth literature for a neglected group, the grade 3, maybe grade 4, age. This should be one of the most important groups to write for because this is pretty much your last chance to get them hooked on reading before they get completely distracted by being over scheduled for soccer, girl scouts and whatever else is going on.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Meghan Nels

    The Princess in Black and the Perfect Princess Party is the second installment in the new Princess in Black series by Shannon Hale. Colorful pictures accompanied by large, simple text make this series a perfect match for readers transitioning to chapter books. This second book in the series will continue to hook readers who have discovered the series and most likely lure in new readers. Fans of Kate DiCamillo's Mercy Watson series will also enjoy this series. Libraries looking to further develop The Princess in Black and the Perfect Princess Party is the second installment in the new Princess in Black series by Shannon Hale. Colorful pictures accompanied by large, simple text make this series a perfect match for readers transitioning to chapter books. This second book in the series will continue to hook readers who have discovered the series and most likely lure in new readers. Fans of Kate DiCamillo's Mercy Watson series will also enjoy this series. Libraries looking to further develop their early chapter book sections should definitely consider investing in The Princess in Black series.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Vernon Area Public Library KIDS

    It's Princess Magnolia's birthday and all her princess friends are coming over to celebrate. As Princess Magnolia's monster alert ring keeps beeping, she must distract her guests with party games while she races off to protect the goats and fight off the monsters. Kids that love superheroes but also love the color pink, princesses, and frilly accoutrama will enjoy this unique offering from the ever successful Shannon Hale. Reviewed by Miss Kelsey, Youth Services, Vernon Area Public Library It's Princess Magnolia's birthday and all her princess friends are coming over to celebrate. As Princess Magnolia's monster alert ring keeps beeping, she must distract her guests with party games while she races off to protect the goats and fight off the monsters. Kids that love superheroes but also love the color pink, princesses, and frilly accoutrama will enjoy this unique offering from the ever successful Shannon Hale. Reviewed by Miss Kelsey, Youth Services, Vernon Area Public Library

  27. 4 out of 5

    Barb

    I received this book through Goodreads Giveaways. Thank you very much Goodreads and Candlewick Press. I gave this book to my eight year old granddaughter, who was very happy with it. This is her review: I liked it when all 12 Princesses came from all over the world. I didn't like it when... the monster alarm rang for the 4th time. I am looking forward to the next book to find out if Sneezewort finds out that Princess Magnolia was the Princess in Black. I received this book through Goodreads Giveaways. Thank you very much Goodreads and Candlewick Press. I gave this book to my eight year old granddaughter, who was very happy with it. This is her review: I liked it when all 12 Princesses came from all over the world. I didn't like it when... the monster alarm rang for the 4th time. I am looking forward to the next book to find out if Sneezewort finds out that Princess Magnolia was the Princess in Black.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Matthew Hunter

    Pham strikes again with her typically awesome illustrations. The Hales ramp up Princess Magnolia's sneakiness as she has to leave her own birthday party multiple times to destroy the hopes and dreams of a number of hungry monsters. For me, installment 2 felt too similar to installment 1. Not to mention that I was expecting more goat boy. A suggestion for goaty - move the herd away from the front door to Monster Land. Pham strikes again with her typically awesome illustrations. The Hales ramp up Princess Magnolia's sneakiness as she has to leave her own birthday party multiple times to destroy the hopes and dreams of a number of hungry monsters. For me, installment 2 felt too similar to installment 1. Not to mention that I was expecting more goat boy. A suggestion for goaty - move the herd away from the front door to Monster Land.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Ian yarington

    I won this as a giveaway and whenever I win children's books I give them to my niece. She loves coming to my house because of this but this was one of her favorite ones so far. She is completely in love with anything princess and she clung onto this book immediately. I wish I had gotten the first one too but she is still too young to know the difference. I won this as a giveaway and whenever I win children's books I give them to my niece. She loves coming to my house because of this but this was one of her favorite ones so far. She is completely in love with anything princess and she clung onto this book immediately. I wish I had gotten the first one too but she is still too young to know the difference.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Brittany Barrow Books

    Jocelyn's review: "I gave it 5 stars because it had good illustrations and because she had like a cool secret identity. I was scared her friend was going to find out her secret identity. And I like the part where she screamed at the monster and the monster told her "happy birthday" and gave her presents. I liked all the princesses, they were beautiful." Jocelyn's review: "I gave it 5 stars because it had good illustrations and because she had like a cool secret identity. I was scared her friend was going to find out her secret identity. And I like the part where she screamed at the monster and the monster told her "happy birthday" and gave her presents. I liked all the princesses, they were beautiful."

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