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Kitchen Princess (GN 6 of 10)
Title: Kitchen Princess
Volume: GN 6 / 10
Distributor: Del Rey
Release date: 2008-04-29
Suggested retail price: $10.95
Age rating: 13+
ISBN-10: 0345501942 0345501942
ISBN-13: 9780345501943 9780345501943
Najika's dreams are coming true: she's in the finals of a national dessert contest and has found her Flan Prince. But then life goes from sweet to sour as she makes a startling discovery - and loses her sense of taste!
Story by Miyuki Kobayashi and Art by Natsumi Ando.
(added on 2007-10-01, modified on 2007-10-01)
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