The F Factor

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Arte Público Press, 2010.
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Diane Gonzales Bertrand., & Diane Gonzales Bertrand|AUTHOR. (2010). The F Factor. Arte Público Press.

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    [synopsis] => Javier Avila knows tenth grade is going to be exciting, even if everyone says sophomore year is so dull even the teachers get bored. Sophomores are nobodies, according to the upperclassmen, but suddenly-and against his will-Javier finds himself front and center as the anchorman for the school's brand-new televised announcements.
At first Javier is sure the Media Broadcasting elective on his schedule is a mistake. He's spent his whole life trying to live up to his reputation as "the smartest guy ever," and he doesn't have time for a fluff class. But his counselor has been trying to convince him to join in extracurricular activities since his freshman year, and he's not going to let Javier off the hook. To add to Javier's anxiety about being exposed as an academic fraud, he's paired with Pat Berlanga to co-anchor the news. He's going to be on TV with a guy who's known for sleeping the day away?!? To their surprise, Javier and Pat make a good team, and Javier soon realizes that he has a special talent for public speaking, writing scripts, and editing video.
The boys slowly begin to feel more comfortable breaking free of the reputations imposed on them by others, but Javier wishes he could feel as confident approaching Feliz, Pat's drop-dead gorgeous sister. Diane Gonzales Bertrand has once again written a novel that will strike a chord with contemporary teens who struggle with questions about their choices in friends and the extreme pressure to succeed in today's competitive world.
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