Click Here (To Find Out How I Survived Seventh Grade)
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Click Here (Erin Swift #1)

3.86 of 5 stars 3.86  ·  rating details  ·  1,772 ratings  ·  252 reviews
Seventh-grader Erin Swift has a talent for computers, a love of Snickers, and big feet that are great for soccer and useless for dancing. She has a lot on her mind: a new school where she and her best friend, Jilly, are separated for the first time into different units; a crush on the Cute Boy in her homeroom; the task of leading the school intranet project; and a role as...more
215 pages
Published 2005 by Little, Brown And Company
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Jan 14, 2008 Emma rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: everyone (mostly girls)
Recommended to Emma by: sam got it for me for my birthday
Click Here is an excellent book! It is actually my favorite book. The Author did a wonderful job making me laugh and enjoy every part of this story. Click Here proved to me that it was an extremly sucessful novel. I pretty much liked everything in this book. I think that every part of the novel actually worked for me, but I especially enjoyed the parts of the book where the main character,Erin, writes in her computer diary. It is really funny and makes you think. The author uses exellent word c...more
Mariya Kuyan
i don't even remember what this one was about. i only remember that she had big feet. not a memorable book.
Apr 06, 2008 Taylor rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: GIRLS in the 6th and 7th grade
Recommended to Taylor by: Ana a friend in school and ballet.
Oh my GOSH I absolutly LOVED this book!!!! Its my Faverite book! I love how it says that friends are better than boyfriends and that friends last a lot longer! I recomend this to mostly 6th and 7th graders! AND ONLY GIRLS!!!!!! NO EXCEPTIONS! So read it if you really like drama and you'll fall in LOVE with it!!!!!!!!!!! ITs AWsOmE!!
Click Here by Denise Vega is a phenomenal book about 7th grader Erin Swift and how her life gets flipped upside down. Imagine that you had a online diary and wrote everything (I mean EVERYTHING) on it. When you and your classmates made a internet for the school. When you were home sick and it was launching. They took the wrong file and your personal diary ended up on the front page of the internet. Well, that’s exactly what happened to Erin Swift. On her diary there was secrets like her crush, a...more

Erin Swift is going into seventh grade. It’s her first year of middle school, and the first time she'll be separated from her best friend, Jilly. As she's working things out and settling in at her new school, she starts a private blog where she writes all her feelings and thoughts. Everything seems to be going great, until her secret blog is accidentally uploaded to the school website for everyone to read.

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This was SOOOO cute. Oh my Goodness. I loved it. I was really happy I picked this on...more
Jul 13, 2008 Emily rated it 3 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: ages 10-15
"Click Here to Find Out How I Survived Seventh Grade" was a great book. It was all about a girl named Erin Swift trying to survive seventh grade a.k.a. her first year at Molly Brown Middle School. It follows her life and talks about her first semester of school which includes crushing on a boy in home-room; losing a best friend; making new frinds; making a private web page and getting in REALLY tough situations! Read this book to find out how Erin P. Swift survives seventh grade.
"Click Here" is a cute book written from the perspective of a 7th grade girl who is socially awkward, shy, and hopeless in ove with a boy she can nly dmire from afar. i found it funny and relateabl because, as crazy as this may sound, i was once shy and awkward around eerybody and also kept a diary. its amusing to me to look at her blog enteries and think of my old diary and realize how similar they are. I woud reccomend this book to girls, becuase most girls know what its like to be ignored and...more
Nov 20, 2008 Kaylee rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Middle Schoolers
Recommended to Kaylee by: my sister
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Feb 24, 2011 Halinor Everdeen Cipriano rated it 3 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: People who need a spirit lift (Spirosuction! :D)
Recommended to Halinor Everdeen by: A pile of books, that were buckling under the weight of this particular novel...
I found this read when I was shuffling through a shoulder high stack of books at my city's book fair. I seemed fairly satisfied with the basic storyline embossed on the back in glossy black writing, that was gathered within alluring, colorful and disturbingly pleasant pictures. (Disturbing because it was mostly pictures of candy, tongues and braces if I recall correctly, oh! And not to mention abnormally size-able feet...)
The story basically revolves around this young girl (really can't bother t...more
Feb 19, 2009 Jerrica rated it 2 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommended to Jerrica by: Lilly (she lent me the book)
Shelves: 8th-grade
The book has potential, but it ends up like a regular middle school horror story book about a girl who loves a popular but thoughtful boy, has an enemy with a long, important sounding name (Serena Worthington, anyone?) and has a slightly more popular than her best friend. Erin tries to defeat the stereotype of normal, angsty, middle-school aged narrator but sounds like the rest of them. The author tried to mix it up, instead of the girl writing poems or drawing a piece and entering it in the sch...more
Oct 10, 2007 Becca rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: 8th/9th Graders.
Click Here is an excellent book because of the amazing word choice the author uses. I believe that that is kind of what middle school is like, how everything gets around so fast. When I read about the part where Erin accidentally gave the wrong disk to Tyler I felt absolutely bad for her. The things that she wanted to keep to herself were now all over the school intranet. Also I hated how Serina bumped into Erin and acted like a told snob and told Erin to watch where she was going… I absolutely...more
click here by denise vega is a book about a girl with big feet braces and she loves totsie pops. she has a best friend (Jilly) who always seems to push her around. although she seems to take a stand for her self and stands up to jilly. Before that tho she realize sometimes friends are better than boy friends. So this is basically how she survived the 7th grade.

a text to text connection to the book O, O (olivia) is a basic suburbian girl who has her fist boy friend and she has to go through the 7...more
This was a really good book about a girl who has REALLY big feet, likes tootsie pops, plays basketball and soccer and has a crush on a boy in her homeroom. Her best friend(Jilly) is going to be on a different track then her for 7th grade, so she will have no friends. gladly, she DOES make friends, Rosie and mark(crushing homeroom guy!) But soon she has to make a dicision. Keep being pushed around buy Jilly, or make a stand for herself and become someone!
This book makes me cry in some parts, la...more
Mikaela Tynski
'Click Here' by Denise Vega, is about a girl named Erin Swift,who had a very dynamic seventh grade. Walking into the doors of MBMS Erin had no idea how diverse her life was about to become. From devastation to romances and humiliation, Erin experienced it all. Not only did she create a blog, but she poured all of her mixed emotions onto her not so private site. After all she is the computer whiz, so how could anything possibly go wrong with her well structured site? I would recommend this book t...more
Nov 25, 2009 Weronika added it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Everyone with friendship problems
Have you ever told one person something from your diary and then regretted it? Well, I have, and I thought I had the worst until I read "Click Here (to find out how I survived seventh grade)" There was one girl at school (very unpopular) that had lots of friendship problems and to make it worse her WHOLE diary got posted in the school newspaper which everybody reads! I would really recommend this book because it has feelings in it and friendship problems that I went through.
Mason Schmid
Click Here is a really good book. It's dealing with something that could really happen, and I can really relate to the main character, Erin. Erin is in the 7th grade. She really likes computers, and basketball. She decides to make her own website, only no one can see it except for her. Everything is all good, she has plenty of friends on her side, but she has some negative feelings about all of them. Basically, she creates this secret website as a diary, with no intention of anyone ever seeing i...more
This is the best book ever!!!!!! One of my favorites!!!!!!! I just read it and I am re-reading it. It is sooooo good!!!! Definatley one of my favorites. It is realistic fiction, about a seventh grade girl, and I could relate to her very well, and I finished it in two days, so it wasn't too easy, but it wasn't too hard, and it was great and interesting from page one to the end, which is very rare Denise Vega deserves five stars!!!!!!
"Click Here is a great book!!!! It is my favorite book so far!!! I love books about guys and drama!!! So this book was so perfect for me!!! The book is about a girl named Erin Swift and she had her ups and downs at MBMS(Molly Brown Middle School) If you like reading about drama and guys and how to live through tough embarrassing times or sad times but som happy times than this book is perfect for you!!!"
Madison Meyer
I thought this book was very realistic. I read it in 7th grade and it actual taught me to never give up on people. It reminds me of the book im reading now but only its for freshman year. i really liked click here and im looking forward to reading the sequal that sydney is going to let me borrow (:
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This is also an amazing book about a girl who embarrasses herself at school. She the learns how to resolve this and fix the mess she made for herself.
Lame. Totally unrealistic. Something like that would NEVER happen in real life.
Nov 10, 2008 Lexi rated it 1 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: people who like sick and disgusting books
Recommended to Lexi by: no one
ack! this book is the creepiest ever!
Henry Acosta
I'm not sure if this book should receive two stars or three, so when in doubt I'll give it the higher number. I was really expecting to enjoy this book more than I did, but there was a lot that kept me from liking it as much as I could have.

For starters, the main character Erin is super whiny and melodramatic. She does get more likable over time, but for the first half of the book at least, it's hard to take her seriously when all she does is complain for no good reason. Also, the bullying she...more
see how erin strugles with life al around her .....

erin is a 7th grader this yaer at a new school she falls in love gets new friends and i a ear of corn in the school play can it get any worse ....YES

with all this happening erin keeps it in a website on a hard drive and mistakenly postes it for the whole school.

erin has gone to school with jilly her pretty,fun and outgoing bf she meets her crush mark who is apparently is friends with rosie.jlly decides she likes mark and tries to get him to ask...more
Erin Swift isn’t exactly an ‘early bloomer’. In fact, she’s quite the opposite. Still in the process of becoming shapely, she starts the seventh grade. Then she learns that her best friend isn’t on the same track (Class A) as her. Talk about hyperventilation! How could Erin survive the halls of middle school without her fabulously dressed, head-turning leader at her side? Erin creates her own personal website where she can write about her feelings and events that she has been going through. When...more
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I thought this book would be weak, but it wasn't. Not to me, anyway.

Forgive me, review readers, but the best way for me to enjoy a book and to properly connect with one is if it has a character or situation that I can relate with.

Believe it or not, pretty much the same exact same thing Erin went through in this book happened to me.

I was in 7th grade. I had a best friend who became very close with a mean girl at school. No one liked this girl because though she was very intelligent (one of numer...more
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7th Grade Blues

Click Here
by Denise Vega

Click Here is an excellent work of fiction! The Author does a wonderful job making me laugh and enjoy every part of this story. The author uses excellent word choice and details that reminds me of what middle school is like for some kids. I also liked the books theme, which was surviving seventh grade. It was really realistic how the author describes how difficult school, or in this case, seventh grade can be.

Erin Swift and her best friend, Jilly, have be...more
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I've been writing since I was a kid but it took awhile to get published-I had to work at improving my craft! Click Here was the sixth novel I'd written, the first to be accepted for publication. It went on to become a bestselling title for the Scholastic Book Fairs/Clubs, won the Colorado Book Award for Young Adult Literature, and was a 2008 Louisiana Reader’s Choice Nominee. I was excited and ner...more
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“Somebody once told me that good friends are like Tootie Pops, if you don't bite them they won't bite you. Erin Swift” 9 likes
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