Denise Vega

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Click Here : (To Find Out How I Survived Seventh Grade)
Click Here cover
Author Denise Vega
Cover artist Alison Impey
Country United States
Language English
Genre Young adult novel
Publisher Little, Brown
Publication date
2005
Media type Print (Paperback and Hardcover)
Pages 215 pages
ISBN 0-316-98559-7
OCLC 65184405

Denise Vega is an author of young-adult books, with her first novel, Click Here : (To Find Out How I Survived Seventh Grade). She started with writing how-to HTML, word-processing, and Web help books for kids, like her two earlier books, Learning The Internet For Kids: A Voyage of Internet Treasures and Learning Word Processing For Kids.

She also has other famous works, aside from writing and publishing books, like writing short stories and poems: "Jacinta's Zoo" in Spider magazine in April 2004, the poem "Tortillas" for Ladybug magazine in July 2004, "Eva's Eggflip" for Highlights for Children Magazine in December 2003—where was selected as Author of the Month for the "Eva's Egglip" story, "Abuelita's Ear" for Pockets magazine in March 2002.

She also has science-related articles for Discovery Channel School's series of Student Activity Books.

Jokingly, her first book was entitled The Laziness Of Peter Rabbit that she wrote when she was 12 years old and gave it to her little sister, Cheryl, who was six. The book was made of construction paper, with her own illustrations and bound them with yarn.

Her upcoming books include the following: Build A Burrito, Grandmother, Grandmother, Have The Angels Come?, Piñata!, and Access Denied (And Other Eighth Grade Error Messages), the sequel to Click Here.[1]

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