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Click Here Study Guide & Plot Summary

Denise Vega
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Plot Summary

Click Here is a novel by Denise Vega. The story follows the main character, Erin Swift, as she tries to make it through starting junior high school without having her best friend, Jillian, with the same schedule. It is the fits time the girls have been separated since they started school. Erin already feels awkward, with her big basketball-sized feet, and she thinks her life will end without Jillian by her side to make it through school every day. As the kids at school, especially Erin's arch enemy, Serena Worthington, find out that Jillian and Erin have different schedules, Serena starts calling her a puppet and Jillian, the puppeteer. Erin punches Serena in the nose and winds up in the principal's office on the first day of school.

For weeks after, Erin continues to endure the kids at school calling her a puppet, Pinocchio, and even posting flyers at school to represent Erin as the wooden puppet that wants to be a real boy. When two kids are caught kissing in the janitor's closet, the rumor mill focuses in on the new gossip.

What Erin learns is that she can function without Jillian. Erin even manages to make new friends and has her first real crush on a guy at school that is also one of her new friends. Erin even joins a club without Jillian, pursuing one of Erin's personal interests, web design. At home, Erin has also created her own private website and blog, where she writes about her feelings, makes lists, and talks about the things that are happening in her life. Just when things are going well for Erin, she accidentally gives her personal website disc to one of her clubmates to upload to the school Intranet site. When everyone in the school has access to Erin's personal thoughts and feelings, she loses her best friend, the guy she likes, and her dignity.

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