Front Page Face-Off

Front Page Face Off Twelve year old Delilah James is one of the top reporters at Brighton Junior Academy and dreams of becoming a Junior Global Journalist But when an international rival named Ava invades her newsroom an

  • Title: Front Page Face-Off
  • Author: Jo Whittemore
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 390
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Twelve year old Delilah James is one of the top reporters at Brighton Junior Academy and dreams of becoming a Junior Global Journalist But when an international rival named Ava invades her newsroom and takes over her crush, Delilah finds an unlikely ally in the Debutantes a.k.a the Little Debbies.

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      Published :2019-06-10T12:42:04+00:00


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    145 thoughts on “Front Page Face-Off


    • "won This on First Reads!"This book was a fun read. Delilah is very likable along with Her best friend Jenner, a surfer and loves sweets. One of the funnest parts is the Relationship with Delilah and her step-dad. Rest of Review can be seen at sugar lover book Reviews



    • I loved the book!Who new that Delilah would be accepted as a Debutante?Hopefully you guys will like it too!!!




    • Reviewed by Jennifer Rummel for TeensReadTooDelilah loves reporting the news and dreams about winning the prestigious Junior Globe Journalist award. However, as seventh grade starts, Delilah faces competition for the school's top reporting gig.Delilah will do almost anything to win back her spot as the school's top reporter. She might even team up with the Debutantes, a clique she wrote about for the paper last year. The Debs aren't too sure about Ava either, and they might be able to help Delil [...]


    • Del. She's crazy in a good way. But TBH. I actually started crying when Del was caught up in all of the prank stuff and Jenner supposedly breaking her arm. And then the stuff with Marcus and the Ben. Then there was AVA. She horrifying. Ava, that is. The ending of this book was really chaotic and it felt like it was all framed together, I even had to go back and re read it. But over all this book was super good and plot was perfect. But at first I tough that this was going to be a total chick-lit [...]


    • I think that the book was really great because,it shows you that even if you want something perhaps it's not worth to fight for, and that some people don't seem like they really are, and could be the love of your life! I really like how the story is realistic by not having there to be a prince charming who saves the day,and the love birds rode off into the sunset, but instead friends have each other's backs, helping with each other's problems, and ya there is a "prince charming" but he is NOT pe [...]


    • I really enjoyed this book. It was a fun and easy read. I've actually read it five times already because I love it so much. It had so many moments that made me fangirl a lot. My favorite aspect was the romance. It played out how I predicted it would, and I loved that. Delilah, the protagonist, got into some sticky situations for the sake of the newspaper. Her position as lead journalist was threatened when Ava arrived. Not only that but also her crush. I ended up giving this a 4.5 out of 5 stars [...]


    • This book was AWESOME!!! I loved it from start to end. At the start it was alrihgt but then when i got into it a bit more i really loved it and wanted to keep on reading untill i had finished. There was a lot of people in this book and i twas hard to keep track of them all but then when i found out what had happened it all started to make sence. Over all it was an AWESOME book like i said at the start, and you should definetly read it!!! :-)


    • I really liked this book. I also kinda liked how Marcus and Delilah started liking each other and stuff. I really hated Ava though and Ben was okay. I just always thought that in the end Ben and Delilah would be together since I thought Ben secretly liked Delilah a lot.


    • book 17 for 2010. A fantastic realistic fiction. Jo Whittemore adds a perfect amount of humor and intrigue, and I really found myself caring about the characters. I loved how the romantic interest turned out. Totally recommended for girls 4th grade and up.


    • i thought this one was gonna be really stupid and not a good read. i just grabbed it because, hey. it was there. ended up its one of my favorite books now! i suggest it to everyone who likes a little trouble, and quirky girl romance.


    • I didn't absolutely love it, I just enjoyed reading it, a great way to pass time if you've got any. A classic tale of girls fighting over guys and friendship prevailing but with a different twist and AMUSING characters!


    • This book was so-so but at least it didn't bore me to death. So anywasy, this book is about a girl named Delilah, the Little Debbies and some other "interesting" charcters. Oh! There's also a french exchange stundent who Delilah can't stand.e they both like Ben (newspaper boy)




    • There needs to be a sequel! Btw, she is only 12!!!! How is she dating at the age of 12?! What state do these people live in?



    • It was an awesome book, you should read this book. I recommend it to any middle school girl. It was epic and it had quite the funny parts in there too. You should so read this book.



    • Two words: LoVED IT! I keep re reading this book because its cute, fun and quick! A great summer read, I adored this book !


    • The beginning and middle were really good, but the ending was really unsatisfactory and I felt that the main character didn't learn from her mistakes in the end.


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