This book is about a common girl with a common life. Even her name, Jane Smith, is common. Jane is an editor for the school newspaper. She is known by the other kids in the newspaper staff as Grammar Girl. Jane doesn’t want to be Grammar Girl. She wants to be a reporter like everyone else she works with. One day, she is told she gets to do the front page of the newspaper. She doesn’t know what to write or even the topic. Will she get the perfect story? Or will she be stuck as Grammar Girl forever?
This book wasn’t the best. It is school based, so it has fights, punishments, bullying, etc. The book was basically just dull. I didn’t get into the story. It seemed like what she wanted to get wasn’t exactly enough to make the story interesting. The characters were good. Some of them didn’t go with the story well, but they were okay. The setting was probably the better of the story. It had good descriptions and directions about where the characters were and where they were going. Overall, this book was boring with occasional ‘good’ parts. I don’t recommend this book for people under 12.