I have read the first three books in this series so far, an I love it!
By Julia DeVillers, Jennifer Roy
|Interest Level||Reading Level||Reading A-Z||ATOS||Word Count|
|Grades 4 - 8||Grades 1 - 4||n/a||3.3||49839|
Book Reviews (24)
Emma is my favorite!!!
I love this book. I recommend it. Emma and Payton are identical twins... who have completely different personalities. But when they get their schedules they are in completely different classes! A lot of things happen to them so they have no choice but to... trade faces. What happens to them? Read it to find out!
I only just read this. #Recommended
One morning to girls named Payton and Emma were starting their first day of 7th grade so they went inside to see what the school looked like when they went inside it was a big school with many lockers,doors,and 7th and 8th graders roaming around the school so they heard on the overcome to get their schedule for the semester. A little while later when they get there schedule for the semester they compare their schedule to see if they got into the same classes but when they looked at it they saw that they had different classes at different times so they traded faces to have the classes the wanted so they switched their clothes and went to each others classes. When it was first period Emma Went to Payton homeroom class and Payton went to Emma homeroom class. After they got done with First period in homeroom They went to their science and math classes With Payton as Emma and Emma as Payton then they went to each other 2nd period class.
Trading Faces by Julia DeVillers and Jennifer Roy tells a very interesting and entertaining story of two identical twins in middle school. Payton and Emma are totally different, even though they look exactly the same. With Payton being the fashion and outgoing one, while Emma being intelligent and shy, they start their first day of middle school. Things turned out to be way different than they thought, they had completely different schedules with different cliques. But that wasn't it, after an accident they were forced to change places, and gradually, they were trading faces. My favorite character in this book is actually Emma, I love how she's so quirky, awkward, yet brilliant and nice to everyone. This book deals with a lot of problems we teenagers face today, such as cliques, popularity, crushes, and most importantly, being who we are. I would definitely recommend this book to everyone, especially people who like realistic fiction books! Trust me, it's awesome and you won't stop reading the following books of this series :)))
its good i've read it 8 times
read this book about a year ago and could not put it down
The book is funny and really good. A must read!
This is one of my favorite books on my book shelf. so funny and fun!