Tenth grader Javier Avila has been chosen - against his will - to be the first anchorman for the school's televised announcements. He's an honor student trying to live up to his smart-guy reputation, and doesn't have time for a useless Media Broadcasting class. And who would choose to look stupid in front of the whole school every morning? Javier is afraid to fail publicly, especially after working so hard to hide his flaws from friends and family. When everyone watches him on screen, will they see the face of a fraud? Popular author Diane Gonzales Bertrand has written another novel that will strike a chord with teens who struggle their choices in friends and the extreme pressure - whether internal or external - to succeed in today's competitive world.