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Juicy Gossip (Candy Apple #19)

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Candy Apple books . . . just for you. Sweet. Fresh. Fun. Take a bite!

Jenna Sampson, perfectly normal seventh grader and editor of the school newspaper, is mortified. Her parents are opening a super-embarrassing juice bar at the mall. Jenna has to work there . . . and wear a ridiculous uniform. She's pretty sure her life can't get worse, until she finds out that the school
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Mass Market Paperback, 176 pages
Published June 1st 2009 by Scholastic Paperbacks
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Rhiannon20
Another fake book. Nothing seemed real! It's all about this girl whose parents get a juice bar restaurant at the food court in the mall. The girl hates shopping, so it's a burden, not a blessing. Then the school newspaper is in danger of being cut (Oh no! The horror!)so the girl starts a gossip section in the paper to get people to buy it, using gossip she hears from girls in the mall - gee, I don't know how that could go wrong, do you?
Imani
Juicy Gossip is about a girl. She is head of the newspaper committee. Her parents opened a juice bar and now she is mortified, because its in the middle of the mall where everybody from school will be YIKES!!!! On top of that The newspaper might be shut down!!! In order to stop that she puts the school gossip in the newspapers so more school kids will read them, and the newspaper committee will not have to be shut down.
Jamika
Jan 13, 2010 Jamika rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: people who like gossip
Recommended to Jamika by: no one
What i've learned from this book is that the main character is slik.her name is Jenna Thompson and she is a normal seventh grader and her schools newspaper editor.but she and her friend Keisha just found out that the school district will have to shut down some of there curriclar activities. so Jenna starts a gossip colum called "Juicy Gossip" to try to make people read the paper more. when she thought that it was kbow use her parents opened up their smoothie shop and the two meanest girls at the...more
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Reviewed by Allison Fraclose for TeensReadToo.com

Although seventh grader Jenna Sampson is editor of the school paper, she couldn't feel further away from being in the know of popular topics, interests, and gossip in her school.

Her parents are opening a juice bar in the middle of the mall, and not only does Jenna hate the mall, but she doesn't even like juice. So, now that her parents are forcing her to work there three days a week (and wear a pineapple hat -- no kidding), Jenna is terrified that...more
Megan
I read this as part of my job to see what age group it would be appropriate for and I must say that it was very cute, appropriate for (I'd say) grades 4-7, and that I would actually read more of this series!

Kudos to the Candy Apple writers!
Gabrielle
It was soooooo boring!! At the time I didint realize it because this was the only book I had to read and I was desperate but this book went no where and was just boring!! Snoozer!!
Shannon Parker wong
Andie "the character "little miss mango" made some bad choices. the bad choices made the book interesting.
Candide
Too bad you can't find out if Jenna and Peter get crowned King and Queen because I think they should!
Ecila
I WOULD BE FREAKED ABOUT THE WHOLE THING IF I WAS HER, SHE'S GOT NERVES LIKE CALLIE!
Charlotte
It was pretty good; only I didn't really always get the problem.
Jen Selinsky
Jenna Sampson is the editor of the Washington Middle School newspaper. When school budget cuts threaten the paper and other school-related activities, Jenna knows she has to take a stand. She then creates a gossip column, using the pen name “Little Miss Mango.” Once her best friend, Keisha, and some of the popular girls read the column, they make it a mission to find out who “Little Miss Mango” really is. Can Jenna keep both her “secret identity” and her friends? Will she be able to save the sch...more
Sydney
Really good! Easy to relate to.........BOYS!!!!!
Atiana
It was a very good book, full of details.
Madilyn Trimmell
My favorite candy apple book!!!!
Rashi
Oct 06, 2012 Rashi added it
cool boook with ful fun
Meagan
great book.
Rachel Canning
im reading it next
Ana
I rate book a nine because Because it was fun to read. I recommend this to girls who love a book makes you laugh and especially love drama. This book is about a girl who exposes secrets
Melissa
This was such a cute book! It had some humor and was entertaining to read! This book should definitely be considered!
Sophie
I loved this book! it is very easy so I would recommend it to girls around 7-9 years old
Winnie Kenou
i loved the gossip in the book and i also loved how it ended
Hattie
My gosh what stupid book. The author probably never wrote anything in her life before this. Oh wow, your parents are opening a juice bar!! wow.... what next? you get a paper cut? what a whiney idiot. and there is no character development, literary elements, etc. i know it's a kid book but there are 100's of books out there for kids that are sweet and well-written with great heroes/heroines.
Hazim
Mar 15, 2010 Hazim added it
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This book was good and embarassing for the main chararcther. She has to fake a lot of embarassing stuff.
Ashley
This book is good but in reality this probably wouldn't happen...
Kristin A
Read this in 6th grade and loved it. I got my cousin to read it too.
Sciluvermarmar
Sep 19, 2009 Sciluvermarmar marked it as to-read
Just an enjoyment book...
Faith Romero
Pretty good so far!!
Victoria
Awesome book!
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