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Click: 07/11/19

Click

Click by Kayla Miller is a middle grade graphic novel about cliques in school. Olive has her school friends and her after school friends. When her teacher announces the talent show she finds herself alone as all her friends team up to practice for the show.

Olive's journey is one of excitement over the show to dismay as none of her friends ask her to join them in their talent show acts. Then comes frustration when her mother offers to make some calls to ask her friends' parents to ask their kids to include Olive.

The remainder of the book is how Olive works through her feelings and with the help of someone other than her mother, comes up with a plan that's all her own.

There's a sequel, Camp which came out in April.

Five stars

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