Click Here to Find Out How I Survived Seventh Grade by Denise Vega


Click Here to Find Out How I Survived Seventh Grade by Denise Vega

Imagine if all your personal thoughts about crushes, fears, enemies and even kissing practice ended up on the Internet for everyone to read. That's what happens to Erin Swift when her super-secret blog and all of her musings on navigating the treacherous waters of seventh grade, her feelings about herself, her best friend Jillian, her crushes and growing up is accidentally uploaded for the whole school to see!


A heartfelt book.

About the Author

Denise Vega wrote her first children's book when she was twelve years old. Her short stories have been published in a number of children's magazines including Spider, Highlights and Pockets. She is the author of Click Here (to find out how I survived seventh grade), Access Denied (and other eighth grade error messages) and Grandmother, Have the Angels Come?

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224 pages


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Publication date

28th October 2010



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