Click

Click

A debut graphic novel about friendship and finding where you "click" in school. Olive wants to get in on the act . . . . . . Any act! Olive ?clicks? with everyone in the fifth grade?until one day she doesn?t. When a school variety show leaves Olive stranded without an act to join, she begins to panic, wondering why all her friends have already formed their own groups . . . w A debut graphic novel about friendship and finding where you "click" in school. Olive wants to get i...

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Title:Click
Author:Kayla Miller
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:1328911128
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:192 pages pages

Click Reviews

  • Susan
    Jan 28, 2019

    What a cute middle grade graphic novel! I loved the story and the artwork. Olive was such a likeable character and I can't wait for the next book in this series! ...

    I think this book was ok because some things I liked but a lot of things I didn?t but something that I liked about the book book that Olive was left out out but she found a way to get over it. ...

    Click isn't really my type of story, but I can see my 6th graders living this book. It's the story of Olive, she has tons of friends but when it is time for the 5th grade variety show all of her friends have plans and no one has asked her to join their group. It's a story of her findin...

    This was an adorable graphic novel about wanting to fit in with your friends and trying to find your own path! I loved Olive's aunt Molly, she was a great adult that Olive had in her life. ...

    Definitely would recommend this to young children who ask for Raina Telgemeier read-a-likes. This was missing a spark for me, but I think the idea is very believable and relatable for elementary-aged children (where do I fit in? is it better to have many acquaintances or one best frien...

    Cute and relatable ...

    A very cute story about a girl with loads of friends, but no real best friend, and what that means when it's time for the school's variety show. I love the friendships and family relationships in this book. They're warm and kind and the conflict isn't the usual "I don't have any friend...

    3.5 stars. Pros: It's a very nice depiction of the life of a 5th grader who is well liked by everyone in class, but doesn't have a special friend or group. Loved the character of the aunt who listens to her and helps her find inspiration. The naggy mom rang true. Cons: It's very very b...

  • Kristy
    Jan 10, 2019

    What a cute middle grade graphic novel! I loved the story and the artwork. Olive was such a likeable character and I can't wait for the next book in this series! ...

    I think this book was ok because some things I liked but a lot of things I didn?t but something that I liked about the book book that Olive was left out out but she found a way to get over it. ...

    Click isn't really my type of story, but I can see my 6th graders living this book. It's the story of Olive, she has tons of friends but when it is time for the 5th grade variety show all of her friends have plans and no one has asked her to join their group. It's a story of her findin...

    This was an adorable graphic novel about wanting to fit in with your friends and trying to find your own path! I loved Olive's aunt Molly, she was a great adult that Olive had in her life. ...

    Definitely would recommend this to young children who ask for Raina Telgemeier read-a-likes. This was missing a spark for me, but I think the idea is very believable and relatable for elementary-aged children (where do I fit in? is it better to have many acquaintances or one best frien...

    Cute and relatable ...

    A very cute story about a girl with loads of friends, but no real best friend, and what that means when it's time for the school's variety show. I love the friendships and family relationships in this book. They're warm and kind and the conflict isn't the usual "I don't have any friend...

    3.5 stars. Pros: It's a very nice depiction of the life of a 5th grader who is well liked by everyone in class, but doesn't have a special friend or group. Loved the character of the aunt who listens to her and helps her find inspiration. The naggy mom rang true. Cons: It's very very b...

    Wonderful gentle graphic novel that really nails how tough it can be in middle grade fitting in. ...

    The strong and utterly charming graphic novel debut from author-illustrator Kayla Miller, Click tells the story of fifth grader Olive as she tries to navigate her place among different groups of friends as a big school event looms. When it's announced by their teacher Mr. Florez...

    E ARC provided by Edelweiss Plus Olive's fifth grade class is having a variety show, and all of Olive's friends seem to have put groups together. There's an instrumental act, martial arts, cheer, and singing, but no one asks Olive if she wants to be part of a group. She isn't happy ...

    3.5 Huge thank you to Raincoast for this ARC! I had never heard of Click until it appeared on my doorstep. I'm a bit out of the loop when it comes to middle grade comics at the moment, but I liked this one a lot. I thought Olive was a cute main character, and her need to be loved...

    This is a really gentle and thoughtful take on a very common middle grade phenomena - that sense that so many kids experience of having lots of friends, but not having one particular best friend; of feeling part of things one moment, and then suddenly completely on the outside the next...

    It was really cool that this addressed the whole feeling of having friends but not belonging to a group, or always getting the feeling that they like you but care about someone else more. Though I resent somewhat being told that the mentor character didn't find her group "until college...

    3.5 stars. This is a cute book with a very simple plot about finding your place in a group of friends. It?s super low stakes and will appeal most to the 2-5th grade set. Great for all those super young Raina Telgmeir fans! We needed a younger elementary age graphic story like this th...

  • Mom2jngncna~ Stephannie
    Feb 12, 2019

    What a cute middle grade graphic novel! I loved the story and the artwork. Olive was such a likeable character and I can't wait for the next book in this series! ...

    I think this book was ok because some things I liked but a lot of things I didn?t but something that I liked about the book book that Olive was left out out but she found a way to get over it. ...

    Click isn't really my type of story, but I can see my 6th graders living this book. It's the story of Olive, she has tons of friends but when it is time for the 5th grade variety show all of her friends have plans and no one has asked her to join their group. It's a story of her findin...

    This was an adorable graphic novel about wanting to fit in with your friends and trying to find your own path! I loved Olive's aunt Molly, she was a great adult that Olive had in her life. ...

    Definitely would recommend this to young children who ask for Raina Telgemeier read-a-likes. This was missing a spark for me, but I think the idea is very believable and relatable for elementary-aged children (where do I fit in? is it better to have many acquaintances or one best frien...

    Cute and relatable ...

    A very cute story about a girl with loads of friends, but no real best friend, and what that means when it's time for the school's variety show. I love the friendships and family relationships in this book. They're warm and kind and the conflict isn't the usual "I don't have any friend...

    3.5 stars. Pros: It's a very nice depiction of the life of a 5th grader who is well liked by everyone in class, but doesn't have a special friend or group. Loved the character of the aunt who listens to her and helps her find inspiration. The naggy mom rang true. Cons: It's very very b...

    Wonderful gentle graphic novel that really nails how tough it can be in middle grade fitting in. ...

    The strong and utterly charming graphic novel debut from author-illustrator Kayla Miller, Click tells the story of fifth grader Olive as she tries to navigate her place among different groups of friends as a big school event looms. When it's announced by their teacher Mr. Florez...

    E ARC provided by Edelweiss Plus Olive's fifth grade class is having a variety show, and all of Olive's friends seem to have put groups together. There's an instrumental act, martial arts, cheer, and singing, but no one asks Olive if she wants to be part of a group. She isn't happy ...

    3.5 Huge thank you to Raincoast for this ARC! I had never heard of Click until it appeared on my doorstep. I'm a bit out of the loop when it comes to middle grade comics at the moment, but I liked this one a lot. I thought Olive was a cute main character, and her need to be loved...

    This is a really gentle and thoughtful take on a very common middle grade phenomena - that sense that so many kids experience of having lots of friends, but not having one particular best friend; of feeling part of things one moment, and then suddenly completely on the outside the next...

    It was really cool that this addressed the whole feeling of having friends but not belonging to a group, or always getting the feeling that they like you but care about someone else more. Though I resent somewhat being told that the mentor character didn't find her group "until college...

    3.5 stars. This is a cute book with a very simple plot about finding your place in a group of friends. It?s super low stakes and will appeal most to the 2-5th grade set. Great for all those super young Raina Telgmeir fans! We needed a younger elementary age graphic story like this th...

    This was a uplifting story about finding a way to stand out and be true to yourself. With a cheeriness reminiscent of Archie Comics, Olive navigates the complication of being left out when her friends group up for the talent show. With some supportive family members, she find hew own u...

    A colorful graphic novel about friendship, but with a twist. Ever feel like you have lots of friends...but they're all hanging out without you? You see pictures of your friends going to the movies or the faire on Instagram and Facebook and you wonder, "Why wasn't I invited?" You though...

    Olive is in fifth grade and one of those girls who is friends with everyone. So when it comes time for the 5th grade variety show, no one asks her to join their act making Olive feel sad and left out. Olive?s Aunt tries to cheer Olive up and they discover what Olive can do for the va...

    This has the smallest amount of conflict I?ve ever seen in a book. It?s cute, and I?m glad to have something else to hand to Telgemeier fans, but I got so bored watching her happily flit from friend to friend and then whine about not having enough friends. ...

    Great for those who are in desperate need of Smile readalikes. The conflict is very mild and the characters are older elementary aged students so might even be great for those younger ones wishing to read Smile, but who might not be quite there yet. ...

    My 12 year old non reader, just closed it (finished reading it) and declared BEST BOOK EVER. Thank you! ...

  • Vanessa (splitreads)
    Mar 08, 2019

    What a cute middle grade graphic novel! I loved the story and the artwork. Olive was such a likeable character and I can't wait for the next book in this series! ...

    I think this book was ok because some things I liked but a lot of things I didn?t but something that I liked about the book book that Olive was left out out but she found a way to get over it. ...

    Click isn't really my type of story, but I can see my 6th graders living this book. It's the story of Olive, she has tons of friends but when it is time for the 5th grade variety show all of her friends have plans and no one has asked her to join their group. It's a story of her findin...

    This was an adorable graphic novel about wanting to fit in with your friends and trying to find your own path! I loved Olive's aunt Molly, she was a great adult that Olive had in her life. ...

    Definitely would recommend this to young children who ask for Raina Telgemeier read-a-likes. This was missing a spark for me, but I think the idea is very believable and relatable for elementary-aged children (where do I fit in? is it better to have many acquaintances or one best frien...

  • Kim Bongiorno
    Jan 18, 2019

    What a cute middle grade graphic novel! I loved the story and the artwork. Olive was such a likeable character and I can't wait for the next book in this series! ...

    I think this book was ok because some things I liked but a lot of things I didn?t but something that I liked about the book book that Olive was left out out but she found a way to get over it. ...

    Click isn't really my type of story, but I can see my 6th graders living this book. It's the story of Olive, she has tons of friends but when it is time for the 5th grade variety show all of her friends have plans and no one has asked her to join their group. It's a story of her findin...

    This was an adorable graphic novel about wanting to fit in with your friends and trying to find your own path! I loved Olive's aunt Molly, she was a great adult that Olive had in her life. ...

    Definitely would recommend this to young children who ask for Raina Telgemeier read-a-likes. This was missing a spark for me, but I think the idea is very believable and relatable for elementary-aged children (where do I fit in? is it better to have many acquaintances or one best frien...

    Cute and relatable ...

    A very cute story about a girl with loads of friends, but no real best friend, and what that means when it's time for the school's variety show. I love the friendships and family relationships in this book. They're warm and kind and the conflict isn't the usual "I don't have any friend...

    3.5 stars. Pros: It's a very nice depiction of the life of a 5th grader who is well liked by everyone in class, but doesn't have a special friend or group. Loved the character of the aunt who listens to her and helps her find inspiration. The naggy mom rang true. Cons: It's very very b...

    Wonderful gentle graphic novel that really nails how tough it can be in middle grade fitting in. ...

    The strong and utterly charming graphic novel debut from author-illustrator Kayla Miller, Click tells the story of fifth grader Olive as she tries to navigate her place among different groups of friends as a big school event looms. When it's announced by their teacher Mr. Florez...

    E ARC provided by Edelweiss Plus Olive's fifth grade class is having a variety show, and all of Olive's friends seem to have put groups together. There's an instrumental act, martial arts, cheer, and singing, but no one asks Olive if she wants to be part of a group. She isn't happy ...

    3.5 Huge thank you to Raincoast for this ARC! I had never heard of Click until it appeared on my doorstep. I'm a bit out of the loop when it comes to middle grade comics at the moment, but I liked this one a lot. I thought Olive was a cute main character, and her need to be loved...

    This is a really gentle and thoughtful take on a very common middle grade phenomena - that sense that so many kids experience of having lots of friends, but not having one particular best friend; of feeling part of things one moment, and then suddenly completely on the outside the next...

    It was really cool that this addressed the whole feeling of having friends but not belonging to a group, or always getting the feeling that they like you but care about someone else more. Though I resent somewhat being told that the mentor character didn't find her group "until college...

    3.5 stars. This is a cute book with a very simple plot about finding your place in a group of friends. It?s super low stakes and will appeal most to the 2-5th grade set. Great for all those super young Raina Telgmeir fans! We needed a younger elementary age graphic story like this th...

    This was a uplifting story about finding a way to stand out and be true to yourself. With a cheeriness reminiscent of Archie Comics, Olive navigates the complication of being left out when her friends group up for the talent show. With some supportive family members, she find hew own u...

    A colorful graphic novel about friendship, but with a twist. Ever feel like you have lots of friends...but they're all hanging out without you? You see pictures of your friends going to the movies or the faire on Instagram and Facebook and you wonder, "Why wasn't I invited?" You though...

    Olive is in fifth grade and one of those girls who is friends with everyone. So when it comes time for the 5th grade variety show, no one asks her to join their act making Olive feel sad and left out. Olive?s Aunt tries to cheer Olive up and they discover what Olive can do for the va...

    This has the smallest amount of conflict I?ve ever seen in a book. It?s cute, and I?m glad to have something else to hand to Telgemeier fans, but I got so bored watching her happily flit from friend to friend and then whine about not having enough friends. ...

    Great for those who are in desperate need of Smile readalikes. The conflict is very mild and the characters are older elementary aged students so might even be great for those younger ones wishing to read Smile, but who might not be quite there yet. ...

    My 12 year old non reader, just closed it (finished reading it) and declared BEST BOOK EVER. Thank you! ...

    Such a cute story about a girl trying to find her place and fit in. ...

    A GREAT graphic novel about finding your friend group and where you ?click?. Olive has such a supportive family and really great friends. The stuff she deals with brought me back to my middle school days, although Olive?s experience was way better than mine... Neat book! ...

    How could I not love this!? Main character is named Olive! ? How could I not love this!? Main character is named Olive! ?? ...more ...

    2-5th grade realistic fiction graphic novel for fans of Raina Telgemeier, but this was too bubble-gum cutesy. While it dealt with the issue of cliques and friendship in 5th grade, it was just ok. ...

    5 stars!!! This book was just the right medicine to recover from my last read. "Click" was one of the cutest and best graphic novels i've read by far. The art was wonderful and this felt like the fun "Mr. Wolf's Class". I feel this novel is relatable for many people with friend tro...

    A little slow to start, but good message for kids - you don't always have to fit into a group; do your own thing. ...

    Poor Olive. Even though Olive is one of the most popular students in her class, she is all alone. There?s a big talent show coming up and all of the other students have partners. Just not her! Feeling like the odd person out, Olive is stressing out big time. Even though she clicks...

    Sweet children's comic book about the beginnings of cliques and social grouping, and finding your place while negotiating different friendships. Unlike Telgemeier's works, Real Friends, El Deafo, and Awkward/Brave/Crush, this isn't a book about middle school - the characters are fifth ...

    Olive is in the 5th grade, and like many kids around that age, gets along with a bunch of her classmates. She has a happy home life, and is in a good place, overall. When the teacher announces a talent show, kids around her immediately start pairing off into acts. She's not asked to...

  • Sam
    Feb 08, 2019

    What a cute middle grade graphic novel! I loved the story and the artwork. Olive was such a likeable character and I can't wait for the next book in this series! ...

    I think this book was ok because some things I liked but a lot of things I didn?t but something that I liked about the book book that Olive was left out out but she found a way to get over it. ...

    Click isn't really my type of story, but I can see my 6th graders living this book. It's the story of Olive, she has tons of friends but when it is time for the 5th grade variety show all of her friends have plans and no one has asked her to join their group. It's a story of her findin...

    This was an adorable graphic novel about wanting to fit in with your friends and trying to find your own path! I loved Olive's aunt Molly, she was a great adult that Olive had in her life. ...

    Definitely would recommend this to young children who ask for Raina Telgemeier read-a-likes. This was missing a spark for me, but I think the idea is very believable and relatable for elementary-aged children (where do I fit in? is it better to have many acquaintances or one best frien...

    Cute and relatable ...

    A very cute story about a girl with loads of friends, but no real best friend, and what that means when it's time for the school's variety show. I love the friendships and family relationships in this book. They're warm and kind and the conflict isn't the usual "I don't have any friend...

    3.5 stars. Pros: It's a very nice depiction of the life of a 5th grader who is well liked by everyone in class, but doesn't have a special friend or group. Loved the character of the aunt who listens to her and helps her find inspiration. The naggy mom rang true. Cons: It's very very b...

    Wonderful gentle graphic novel that really nails how tough it can be in middle grade fitting in. ...

    The strong and utterly charming graphic novel debut from author-illustrator Kayla Miller, Click tells the story of fifth grader Olive as she tries to navigate her place among different groups of friends as a big school event looms. When it's announced by their teacher Mr. Florez...

    E ARC provided by Edelweiss Plus Olive's fifth grade class is having a variety show, and all of Olive's friends seem to have put groups together. There's an instrumental act, martial arts, cheer, and singing, but no one asks Olive if she wants to be part of a group. She isn't happy ...

    3.5 Huge thank you to Raincoast for this ARC! I had never heard of Click until it appeared on my doorstep. I'm a bit out of the loop when it comes to middle grade comics at the moment, but I liked this one a lot. I thought Olive was a cute main character, and her need to be loved...

  • Jenn Marshall
    Aug 06, 2018

    What a cute middle grade graphic novel! I loved the story and the artwork. Olive was such a likeable character and I can't wait for the next book in this series! ...

    I think this book was ok because some things I liked but a lot of things I didn?t but something that I liked about the book book that Olive was left out out but she found a way to get over it. ...

    Click isn't really my type of story, but I can see my 6th graders living this book. It's the story of Olive, she has tons of friends but when it is time for the 5th grade variety show all of her friends have plans and no one has asked her to join their group. It's a story of her findin...

  • Ms. Yingling
    Dec 17, 2018

    What a cute middle grade graphic novel! I loved the story and the artwork. Olive was such a likeable character and I can't wait for the next book in this series! ...

    I think this book was ok because some things I liked but a lot of things I didn?t but something that I liked about the book book that Olive was left out out but she found a way to get over it. ...

    Click isn't really my type of story, but I can see my 6th graders living this book. It's the story of Olive, she has tons of friends but when it is time for the 5th grade variety show all of her friends have plans and no one has asked her to join their group. It's a story of her findin...

    This was an adorable graphic novel about wanting to fit in with your friends and trying to find your own path! I loved Olive's aunt Molly, she was a great adult that Olive had in her life. ...

    Definitely would recommend this to young children who ask for Raina Telgemeier read-a-likes. This was missing a spark for me, but I think the idea is very believable and relatable for elementary-aged children (where do I fit in? is it better to have many acquaintances or one best frien...

    Cute and relatable ...

    A very cute story about a girl with loads of friends, but no real best friend, and what that means when it's time for the school's variety show. I love the friendships and family relationships in this book. They're warm and kind and the conflict isn't the usual "I don't have any friend...

    3.5 stars. Pros: It's a very nice depiction of the life of a 5th grader who is well liked by everyone in class, but doesn't have a special friend or group. Loved the character of the aunt who listens to her and helps her find inspiration. The naggy mom rang true. Cons: It's very very b...

    Wonderful gentle graphic novel that really nails how tough it can be in middle grade fitting in. ...

    The strong and utterly charming graphic novel debut from author-illustrator Kayla Miller, Click tells the story of fifth grader Olive as she tries to navigate her place among different groups of friends as a big school event looms. When it's announced by their teacher Mr. Florez...

    E ARC provided by Edelweiss Plus Olive's fifth grade class is having a variety show, and all of Olive's friends seem to have put groups together. There's an instrumental act, martial arts, cheer, and singing, but no one asks Olive if she wants to be part of a group. She isn't happy ...

  • Tiffany
    Feb 28, 2019

    What a cute middle grade graphic novel! I loved the story and the artwork. Olive was such a likeable character and I can't wait for the next book in this series! ...

    I think this book was ok because some things I liked but a lot of things I didn?t but something that I liked about the book book that Olive was left out out but she found a way to get over it. ...

    Click isn't really my type of story, but I can see my 6th graders living this book. It's the story of Olive, she has tons of friends but when it is time for the 5th grade variety show all of her friends have plans and no one has asked her to join their group. It's a story of her findin...

    This was an adorable graphic novel about wanting to fit in with your friends and trying to find your own path! I loved Olive's aunt Molly, she was a great adult that Olive had in her life. ...

    Definitely would recommend this to young children who ask for Raina Telgemeier read-a-likes. This was missing a spark for me, but I think the idea is very believable and relatable for elementary-aged children (where do I fit in? is it better to have many acquaintances or one best frien...

    Cute and relatable ...

    A very cute story about a girl with loads of friends, but no real best friend, and what that means when it's time for the school's variety show. I love the friendships and family relationships in this book. They're warm and kind and the conflict isn't the usual "I don't have any friend...

    3.5 stars. Pros: It's a very nice depiction of the life of a 5th grader who is well liked by everyone in class, but doesn't have a special friend or group. Loved the character of the aunt who listens to her and helps her find inspiration. The naggy mom rang true. Cons: It's very very b...

    Wonderful gentle graphic novel that really nails how tough it can be in middle grade fitting in. ...

    The strong and utterly charming graphic novel debut from author-illustrator Kayla Miller, Click tells the story of fifth grader Olive as she tries to navigate her place among different groups of friends as a big school event looms. When it's announced by their teacher Mr. Florez...

    E ARC provided by Edelweiss Plus Olive's fifth grade class is having a variety show, and all of Olive's friends seem to have put groups together. There's an instrumental act, martial arts, cheer, and singing, but no one asks Olive if she wants to be part of a group. She isn't happy ...

    3.5 Huge thank you to Raincoast for this ARC! I had never heard of Click until it appeared on my doorstep. I'm a bit out of the loop when it comes to middle grade comics at the moment, but I liked this one a lot. I thought Olive was a cute main character, and her need to be loved...

    This is a really gentle and thoughtful take on a very common middle grade phenomena - that sense that so many kids experience of having lots of friends, but not having one particular best friend; of feeling part of things one moment, and then suddenly completely on the outside the next...

    It was really cool that this addressed the whole feeling of having friends but not belonging to a group, or always getting the feeling that they like you but care about someone else more. Though I resent somewhat being told that the mentor character didn't find her group "until college...

    3.5 stars. This is a cute book with a very simple plot about finding your place in a group of friends. It?s super low stakes and will appeal most to the 2-5th grade set. Great for all those super young Raina Telgmeir fans! We needed a younger elementary age graphic story like this th...

    This was a uplifting story about finding a way to stand out and be true to yourself. With a cheeriness reminiscent of Archie Comics, Olive navigates the complication of being left out when her friends group up for the talent show. With some supportive family members, she find hew own u...

    A colorful graphic novel about friendship, but with a twist. Ever feel like you have lots of friends...but they're all hanging out without you? You see pictures of your friends going to the movies or the faire on Instagram and Facebook and you wonder, "Why wasn't I invited?" You though...

    Olive is in fifth grade and one of those girls who is friends with everyone. So when it comes time for the 5th grade variety show, no one asks her to join their act making Olive feel sad and left out. Olive?s Aunt tries to cheer Olive up and they discover what Olive can do for the va...

    This has the smallest amount of conflict I?ve ever seen in a book. It?s cute, and I?m glad to have something else to hand to Telgemeier fans, but I got so bored watching her happily flit from friend to friend and then whine about not having enough friends. ...

    Great for those who are in desperate need of Smile readalikes. The conflict is very mild and the characters are older elementary aged students so might even be great for those younger ones wishing to read Smile, but who might not be quite there yet. ...

    My 12 year old non reader, just closed it (finished reading it) and declared BEST BOOK EVER. Thank you! ...

    Such a cute story about a girl trying to find her place and fit in. ...

  • Theresa
    Feb 02, 2019

    What a cute middle grade graphic novel! I loved the story and the artwork. Olive was such a likeable character and I can't wait for the next book in this series! ...

    I think this book was ok because some things I liked but a lot of things I didn?t but something that I liked about the book book that Olive was left out out but she found a way to get over it. ...

    Click isn't really my type of story, but I can see my 6th graders living this book. It's the story of Olive, she has tons of friends but when it is time for the 5th grade variety show all of her friends have plans and no one has asked her to join their group. It's a story of her findin...

    This was an adorable graphic novel about wanting to fit in with your friends and trying to find your own path! I loved Olive's aunt Molly, she was a great adult that Olive had in her life. ...

    Definitely would recommend this to young children who ask for Raina Telgemeier read-a-likes. This was missing a spark for me, but I think the idea is very believable and relatable for elementary-aged children (where do I fit in? is it better to have many acquaintances or one best frien...

    Cute and relatable ...

    A very cute story about a girl with loads of friends, but no real best friend, and what that means when it's time for the school's variety show. I love the friendships and family relationships in this book. They're warm and kind and the conflict isn't the usual "I don't have any friend...

    3.5 stars. Pros: It's a very nice depiction of the life of a 5th grader who is well liked by everyone in class, but doesn't have a special friend or group. Loved the character of the aunt who listens to her and helps her find inspiration. The naggy mom rang true. Cons: It's very very b...

    Wonderful gentle graphic novel that really nails how tough it can be in middle grade fitting in. ...

    The strong and utterly charming graphic novel debut from author-illustrator Kayla Miller, Click tells the story of fifth grader Olive as she tries to navigate her place among different groups of friends as a big school event looms. When it's announced by their teacher Mr. Florez...

    E ARC provided by Edelweiss Plus Olive's fifth grade class is having a variety show, and all of Olive's friends seem to have put groups together. There's an instrumental act, martial arts, cheer, and singing, but no one asks Olive if she wants to be part of a group. She isn't happy ...

    3.5 Huge thank you to Raincoast for this ARC! I had never heard of Click until it appeared on my doorstep. I'm a bit out of the loop when it comes to middle grade comics at the moment, but I liked this one a lot. I thought Olive was a cute main character, and her need to be loved...

    This is a really gentle and thoughtful take on a very common middle grade phenomena - that sense that so many kids experience of having lots of friends, but not having one particular best friend; of feeling part of things one moment, and then suddenly completely on the outside the next...

    It was really cool that this addressed the whole feeling of having friends but not belonging to a group, or always getting the feeling that they like you but care about someone else more. Though I resent somewhat being told that the mentor character didn't find her group "until college...

    3.5 stars. This is a cute book with a very simple plot about finding your place in a group of friends. It?s super low stakes and will appeal most to the 2-5th grade set. Great for all those super young Raina Telgmeir fans! We needed a younger elementary age graphic story like this th...

    This was a uplifting story about finding a way to stand out and be true to yourself. With a cheeriness reminiscent of Archie Comics, Olive navigates the complication of being left out when her friends group up for the talent show. With some supportive family members, she find hew own u...

    A colorful graphic novel about friendship, but with a twist. Ever feel like you have lots of friends...but they're all hanging out without you? You see pictures of your friends going to the movies or the faire on Instagram and Facebook and you wonder, "Why wasn't I invited?" You though...

    Olive is in fifth grade and one of those girls who is friends with everyone. So when it comes time for the 5th grade variety show, no one asks her to join their act making Olive feel sad and left out. Olive?s Aunt tries to cheer Olive up and they discover what Olive can do for the va...

    This has the smallest amount of conflict I?ve ever seen in a book. It?s cute, and I?m glad to have something else to hand to Telgemeier fans, but I got so bored watching her happily flit from friend to friend and then whine about not having enough friends. ...

    Great for those who are in desperate need of Smile readalikes. The conflict is very mild and the characters are older elementary aged students so might even be great for those younger ones wishing to read Smile, but who might not be quite there yet. ...

    My 12 year old non reader, just closed it (finished reading it) and declared BEST BOOK EVER. Thank you! ...

    Such a cute story about a girl trying to find her place and fit in. ...

    A GREAT graphic novel about finding your friend group and where you ?click?. Olive has such a supportive family and really great friends. The stuff she deals with brought me back to my middle school days, although Olive?s experience was way better than mine... Neat book! ...

    How could I not love this!? Main character is named Olive! ? How could I not love this!? Main character is named Olive! ?? ...more ...

    2-5th grade realistic fiction graphic novel for fans of Raina Telgemeier, but this was too bubble-gum cutesy. While it dealt with the issue of cliques and friendship in 5th grade, it was just ok. ...

  • R. G. Nairam
    Jan 19, 2019

    What a cute middle grade graphic novel! I loved the story and the artwork. Olive was such a likeable character and I can't wait for the next book in this series! ...

    I think this book was ok because some things I liked but a lot of things I didn?t but something that I liked about the book book that Olive was left out out but she found a way to get over it. ...

    Click isn't really my type of story, but I can see my 6th graders living this book. It's the story of Olive, she has tons of friends but when it is time for the 5th grade variety show all of her friends have plans and no one has asked her to join their group. It's a story of her findin...

    This was an adorable graphic novel about wanting to fit in with your friends and trying to find your own path! I loved Olive's aunt Molly, she was a great adult that Olive had in her life. ...

    Definitely would recommend this to young children who ask for Raina Telgemeier read-a-likes. This was missing a spark for me, but I think the idea is very believable and relatable for elementary-aged children (where do I fit in? is it better to have many acquaintances or one best frien...

    Cute and relatable ...

    A very cute story about a girl with loads of friends, but no real best friend, and what that means when it's time for the school's variety show. I love the friendships and family relationships in this book. They're warm and kind and the conflict isn't the usual "I don't have any friend...

    3.5 stars. Pros: It's a very nice depiction of the life of a 5th grader who is well liked by everyone in class, but doesn't have a special friend or group. Loved the character of the aunt who listens to her and helps her find inspiration. The naggy mom rang true. Cons: It's very very b...

    Wonderful gentle graphic novel that really nails how tough it can be in middle grade fitting in. ...

    The strong and utterly charming graphic novel debut from author-illustrator Kayla Miller, Click tells the story of fifth grader Olive as she tries to navigate her place among different groups of friends as a big school event looms. When it's announced by their teacher Mr. Florez...

    E ARC provided by Edelweiss Plus Olive's fifth grade class is having a variety show, and all of Olive's friends seem to have put groups together. There's an instrumental act, martial arts, cheer, and singing, but no one asks Olive if she wants to be part of a group. She isn't happy ...

    3.5 Huge thank you to Raincoast for this ARC! I had never heard of Click until it appeared on my doorstep. I'm a bit out of the loop when it comes to middle grade comics at the moment, but I liked this one a lot. I thought Olive was a cute main character, and her need to be loved...

    This is a really gentle and thoughtful take on a very common middle grade phenomena - that sense that so many kids experience of having lots of friends, but not having one particular best friend; of feeling part of things one moment, and then suddenly completely on the outside the next...

    It was really cool that this addressed the whole feeling of having friends but not belonging to a group, or always getting the feeling that they like you but care about someone else more. Though I resent somewhat being told that the mentor character didn't find her group "until college...

  • Chelsey
    Feb 22, 2019

    What a cute middle grade graphic novel! I loved the story and the artwork. Olive was such a likeable character and I can't wait for the next book in this series! ...

    I think this book was ok because some things I liked but a lot of things I didn?t but something that I liked about the book book that Olive was left out out but she found a way to get over it. ...

    Click isn't really my type of story, but I can see my 6th graders living this book. It's the story of Olive, she has tons of friends but when it is time for the 5th grade variety show all of her friends have plans and no one has asked her to join their group. It's a story of her findin...

    This was an adorable graphic novel about wanting to fit in with your friends and trying to find your own path! I loved Olive's aunt Molly, she was a great adult that Olive had in her life. ...

    Definitely would recommend this to young children who ask for Raina Telgemeier read-a-likes. This was missing a spark for me, but I think the idea is very believable and relatable for elementary-aged children (where do I fit in? is it better to have many acquaintances or one best frien...

    Cute and relatable ...

    A very cute story about a girl with loads of friends, but no real best friend, and what that means when it's time for the school's variety show. I love the friendships and family relationships in this book. They're warm and kind and the conflict isn't the usual "I don't have any friend...

    3.5 stars. Pros: It's a very nice depiction of the life of a 5th grader who is well liked by everyone in class, but doesn't have a special friend or group. Loved the character of the aunt who listens to her and helps her find inspiration. The naggy mom rang true. Cons: It's very very b...

    Wonderful gentle graphic novel that really nails how tough it can be in middle grade fitting in. ...

    The strong and utterly charming graphic novel debut from author-illustrator Kayla Miller, Click tells the story of fifth grader Olive as she tries to navigate her place among different groups of friends as a big school event looms. When it's announced by their teacher Mr. Florez...

    E ARC provided by Edelweiss Plus Olive's fifth grade class is having a variety show, and all of Olive's friends seem to have put groups together. There's an instrumental act, martial arts, cheer, and singing, but no one asks Olive if she wants to be part of a group. She isn't happy ...

    3.5 Huge thank you to Raincoast for this ARC! I had never heard of Click until it appeared on my doorstep. I'm a bit out of the loop when it comes to middle grade comics at the moment, but I liked this one a lot. I thought Olive was a cute main character, and her need to be loved...

    This is a really gentle and thoughtful take on a very common middle grade phenomena - that sense that so many kids experience of having lots of friends, but not having one particular best friend; of feeling part of things one moment, and then suddenly completely on the outside the next...

    It was really cool that this addressed the whole feeling of having friends but not belonging to a group, or always getting the feeling that they like you but care about someone else more. Though I resent somewhat being told that the mentor character didn't find her group "until college...

    3.5 stars. This is a cute book with a very simple plot about finding your place in a group of friends. It?s super low stakes and will appeal most to the 2-5th grade set. Great for all those super young Raina Telgmeir fans! We needed a younger elementary age graphic story like this th...

    This was a uplifting story about finding a way to stand out and be true to yourself. With a cheeriness reminiscent of Archie Comics, Olive navigates the complication of being left out when her friends group up for the talent show. With some supportive family members, she find hew own u...

    A colorful graphic novel about friendship, but with a twist. Ever feel like you have lots of friends...but they're all hanging out without you? You see pictures of your friends going to the movies or the faire on Instagram and Facebook and you wonder, "Why wasn't I invited?" You though...

    Olive is in fifth grade and one of those girls who is friends with everyone. So when it comes time for the 5th grade variety show, no one asks her to join their act making Olive feel sad and left out. Olive?s Aunt tries to cheer Olive up and they discover what Olive can do for the va...

    This has the smallest amount of conflict I?ve ever seen in a book. It?s cute, and I?m glad to have something else to hand to Telgemeier fans, but I got so bored watching her happily flit from friend to friend and then whine about not having enough friends. ...

  • Liz
    Jan 18, 2019

    What a cute middle grade graphic novel! I loved the story and the artwork. Olive was such a likeable character and I can't wait for the next book in this series! ...

    I think this book was ok because some things I liked but a lot of things I didn?t but something that I liked about the book book that Olive was left out out but she found a way to get over it. ...

    Click isn't really my type of story, but I can see my 6th graders living this book. It's the story of Olive, she has tons of friends but when it is time for the 5th grade variety show all of her friends have plans and no one has asked her to join their group. It's a story of her findin...

    This was an adorable graphic novel about wanting to fit in with your friends and trying to find your own path! I loved Olive's aunt Molly, she was a great adult that Olive had in her life. ...

    Definitely would recommend this to young children who ask for Raina Telgemeier read-a-likes. This was missing a spark for me, but I think the idea is very believable and relatable for elementary-aged children (where do I fit in? is it better to have many acquaintances or one best frien...

    Cute and relatable ...

    A very cute story about a girl with loads of friends, but no real best friend, and what that means when it's time for the school's variety show. I love the friendships and family relationships in this book. They're warm and kind and the conflict isn't the usual "I don't have any friend...

    3.5 stars. Pros: It's a very nice depiction of the life of a 5th grader who is well liked by everyone in class, but doesn't have a special friend or group. Loved the character of the aunt who listens to her and helps her find inspiration. The naggy mom rang true. Cons: It's very very b...

    Wonderful gentle graphic novel that really nails how tough it can be in middle grade fitting in. ...

    The strong and utterly charming graphic novel debut from author-illustrator Kayla Miller, Click tells the story of fifth grader Olive as she tries to navigate her place among different groups of friends as a big school event looms. When it's announced by their teacher Mr. Florez...

    E ARC provided by Edelweiss Plus Olive's fifth grade class is having a variety show, and all of Olive's friends seem to have put groups together. There's an instrumental act, martial arts, cheer, and singing, but no one asks Olive if she wants to be part of a group. She isn't happy ...

    3.5 Huge thank you to Raincoast for this ARC! I had never heard of Click until it appeared on my doorstep. I'm a bit out of the loop when it comes to middle grade comics at the moment, but I liked this one a lot. I thought Olive was a cute main character, and her need to be loved...

    This is a really gentle and thoughtful take on a very common middle grade phenomena - that sense that so many kids experience of having lots of friends, but not having one particular best friend; of feeling part of things one moment, and then suddenly completely on the outside the next...

    It was really cool that this addressed the whole feeling of having friends but not belonging to a group, or always getting the feeling that they like you but care about someone else more. Though I resent somewhat being told that the mentor character didn't find her group "until college...

    3.5 stars. This is a cute book with a very simple plot about finding your place in a group of friends. It?s super low stakes and will appeal most to the 2-5th grade set. Great for all those super young Raina Telgmeir fans! We needed a younger elementary age graphic story like this th...

    This was a uplifting story about finding a way to stand out and be true to yourself. With a cheeriness reminiscent of Archie Comics, Olive navigates the complication of being left out when her friends group up for the talent show. With some supportive family members, she find hew own u...

    A colorful graphic novel about friendship, but with a twist. Ever feel like you have lots of friends...but they're all hanging out without you? You see pictures of your friends going to the movies or the faire on Instagram and Facebook and you wonder, "Why wasn't I invited?" You though...

    Olive is in fifth grade and one of those girls who is friends with everyone. So when it comes time for the 5th grade variety show, no one asks her to join their act making Olive feel sad and left out. Olive?s Aunt tries to cheer Olive up and they discover what Olive can do for the va...

    This has the smallest amount of conflict I?ve ever seen in a book. It?s cute, and I?m glad to have something else to hand to Telgemeier fans, but I got so bored watching her happily flit from friend to friend and then whine about not having enough friends. ...

    Great for those who are in desperate need of Smile readalikes. The conflict is very mild and the characters are older elementary aged students so might even be great for those younger ones wishing to read Smile, but who might not be quite there yet. ...

  • Lorraine
    Jan 17, 2019

    What a cute middle grade graphic novel! I loved the story and the artwork. Olive was such a likeable character and I can't wait for the next book in this series! ...

  • Shannon
    Mar 05, 2019

    What a cute middle grade graphic novel! I loved the story and the artwork. Olive was such a likeable character and I can't wait for the next book in this series! ...

    I think this book was ok because some things I liked but a lot of things I didn?t but something that I liked about the book book that Olive was left out out but she found a way to get over it. ...

    Click isn't really my type of story, but I can see my 6th graders living this book. It's the story of Olive, she has tons of friends but when it is time for the 5th grade variety show all of her friends have plans and no one has asked her to join their group. It's a story of her findin...

    This was an adorable graphic novel about wanting to fit in with your friends and trying to find your own path! I loved Olive's aunt Molly, she was a great adult that Olive had in her life. ...

    Definitely would recommend this to young children who ask for Raina Telgemeier read-a-likes. This was missing a spark for me, but I think the idea is very believable and relatable for elementary-aged children (where do I fit in? is it better to have many acquaintances or one best frien...

    Cute and relatable ...

    A very cute story about a girl with loads of friends, but no real best friend, and what that means when it's time for the school's variety show. I love the friendships and family relationships in this book. They're warm and kind and the conflict isn't the usual "I don't have any friend...

    3.5 stars. Pros: It's a very nice depiction of the life of a 5th grader who is well liked by everyone in class, but doesn't have a special friend or group. Loved the character of the aunt who listens to her and helps her find inspiration. The naggy mom rang true. Cons: It's very very b...

    Wonderful gentle graphic novel that really nails how tough it can be in middle grade fitting in. ...

    The strong and utterly charming graphic novel debut from author-illustrator Kayla Miller, Click tells the story of fifth grader Olive as she tries to navigate her place among different groups of friends as a big school event looms. When it's announced by their teacher Mr. Florez...

    E ARC provided by Edelweiss Plus Olive's fifth grade class is having a variety show, and all of Olive's friends seem to have put groups together. There's an instrumental act, martial arts, cheer, and singing, but no one asks Olive if she wants to be part of a group. She isn't happy ...

    3.5 Huge thank you to Raincoast for this ARC! I had never heard of Click until it appeared on my doorstep. I'm a bit out of the loop when it comes to middle grade comics at the moment, but I liked this one a lot. I thought Olive was a cute main character, and her need to be loved...

    This is a really gentle and thoughtful take on a very common middle grade phenomena - that sense that so many kids experience of having lots of friends, but not having one particular best friend; of feeling part of things one moment, and then suddenly completely on the outside the next...

    It was really cool that this addressed the whole feeling of having friends but not belonging to a group, or always getting the feeling that they like you but care about someone else more. Though I resent somewhat being told that the mentor character didn't find her group "until college...

    3.5 stars. This is a cute book with a very simple plot about finding your place in a group of friends. It?s super low stakes and will appeal most to the 2-5th grade set. Great for all those super young Raina Telgmeir fans! We needed a younger elementary age graphic story like this th...

    This was a uplifting story about finding a way to stand out and be true to yourself. With a cheeriness reminiscent of Archie Comics, Olive navigates the complication of being left out when her friends group up for the talent show. With some supportive family members, she find hew own u...

    A colorful graphic novel about friendship, but with a twist. Ever feel like you have lots of friends...but they're all hanging out without you? You see pictures of your friends going to the movies or the faire on Instagram and Facebook and you wonder, "Why wasn't I invited?" You though...

    Olive is in fifth grade and one of those girls who is friends with everyone. So when it comes time for the 5th grade variety show, no one asks her to join their act making Olive feel sad and left out. Olive?s Aunt tries to cheer Olive up and they discover what Olive can do for the va...

  • Michelle (FabBookReviews)
    Mar 05, 2019

    What a cute middle grade graphic novel! I loved the story and the artwork. Olive was such a likeable character and I can't wait for the next book in this series! ...

    I think this book was ok because some things I liked but a lot of things I didn?t but something that I liked about the book book that Olive was left out out but she found a way to get over it. ...

    Click isn't really my type of story, but I can see my 6th graders living this book. It's the story of Olive, she has tons of friends but when it is time for the 5th grade variety show all of her friends have plans and no one has asked her to join their group. It's a story of her findin...

    This was an adorable graphic novel about wanting to fit in with your friends and trying to find your own path! I loved Olive's aunt Molly, she was a great adult that Olive had in her life. ...

    Definitely would recommend this to young children who ask for Raina Telgemeier read-a-likes. This was missing a spark for me, but I think the idea is very believable and relatable for elementary-aged children (where do I fit in? is it better to have many acquaintances or one best frien...

    Cute and relatable ...

    A very cute story about a girl with loads of friends, but no real best friend, and what that means when it's time for the school's variety show. I love the friendships and family relationships in this book. They're warm and kind and the conflict isn't the usual "I don't have any friend...

    3.5 stars. Pros: It's a very nice depiction of the life of a 5th grader who is well liked by everyone in class, but doesn't have a special friend or group. Loved the character of the aunt who listens to her and helps her find inspiration. The naggy mom rang true. Cons: It's very very b...

    Wonderful gentle graphic novel that really nails how tough it can be in middle grade fitting in. ...

    The strong and utterly charming graphic novel debut from author-illustrator Kayla Miller, Click tells the story of fifth grader Olive as she tries to navigate her place among different groups of friends as a big school event looms. When it's announced by their teacher Mr. Florez...

  • Kerry
    Jan 18, 2019

    What a cute middle grade graphic novel! I loved the story and the artwork. Olive was such a likeable character and I can't wait for the next book in this series! ...

    I think this book was ok because some things I liked but a lot of things I didn?t but something that I liked about the book book that Olive was left out out but she found a way to get over it. ...

    Click isn't really my type of story, but I can see my 6th graders living this book. It's the story of Olive, she has tons of friends but when it is time for the 5th grade variety show all of her friends have plans and no one has asked her to join their group. It's a story of her findin...

    This was an adorable graphic novel about wanting to fit in with your friends and trying to find your own path! I loved Olive's aunt Molly, she was a great adult that Olive had in her life. ...

    Definitely would recommend this to young children who ask for Raina Telgemeier read-a-likes. This was missing a spark for me, but I think the idea is very believable and relatable for elementary-aged children (where do I fit in? is it better to have many acquaintances or one best frien...

    Cute and relatable ...

    A very cute story about a girl with loads of friends, but no real best friend, and what that means when it's time for the school's variety show. I love the friendships and family relationships in this book. They're warm and kind and the conflict isn't the usual "I don't have any friend...

    3.5 stars. Pros: It's a very nice depiction of the life of a 5th grader who is well liked by everyone in class, but doesn't have a special friend or group. Loved the character of the aunt who listens to her and helps her find inspiration. The naggy mom rang true. Cons: It's very very b...

    Wonderful gentle graphic novel that really nails how tough it can be in middle grade fitting in. ...

    The strong and utterly charming graphic novel debut from author-illustrator Kayla Miller, Click tells the story of fifth grader Olive as she tries to navigate her place among different groups of friends as a big school event looms. When it's announced by their teacher Mr. Florez...

    E ARC provided by Edelweiss Plus Olive's fifth grade class is having a variety show, and all of Olive's friends seem to have put groups together. There's an instrumental act, martial arts, cheer, and singing, but no one asks Olive if she wants to be part of a group. She isn't happy ...

    3.5 Huge thank you to Raincoast for this ARC! I had never heard of Click until it appeared on my doorstep. I'm a bit out of the loop when it comes to middle grade comics at the moment, but I liked this one a lot. I thought Olive was a cute main character, and her need to be loved...

    This is a really gentle and thoughtful take on a very common middle grade phenomena - that sense that so many kids experience of having lots of friends, but not having one particular best friend; of feeling part of things one moment, and then suddenly completely on the outside the next...

    It was really cool that this addressed the whole feeling of having friends but not belonging to a group, or always getting the feeling that they like you but care about someone else more. Though I resent somewhat being told that the mentor character didn't find her group "until college...

    3.5 stars. This is a cute book with a very simple plot about finding your place in a group of friends. It?s super low stakes and will appeal most to the 2-5th grade set. Great for all those super young Raina Telgmeir fans! We needed a younger elementary age graphic story like this th...

    This was a uplifting story about finding a way to stand out and be true to yourself. With a cheeriness reminiscent of Archie Comics, Olive navigates the complication of being left out when her friends group up for the talent show. With some supportive family members, she find hew own u...

    A colorful graphic novel about friendship, but with a twist. Ever feel like you have lots of friends...but they're all hanging out without you? You see pictures of your friends going to the movies or the faire on Instagram and Facebook and you wonder, "Why wasn't I invited?" You though...

    Olive is in fifth grade and one of those girls who is friends with everyone. So when it comes time for the 5th grade variety show, no one asks her to join their act making Olive feel sad and left out. Olive?s Aunt tries to cheer Olive up and they discover what Olive can do for the va...

    This has the smallest amount of conflict I?ve ever seen in a book. It?s cute, and I?m glad to have something else to hand to Telgemeier fans, but I got so bored watching her happily flit from friend to friend and then whine about not having enough friends. ...

    Great for those who are in desperate need of Smile readalikes. The conflict is very mild and the characters are older elementary aged students so might even be great for those younger ones wishing to read Smile, but who might not be quite there yet. ...

    My 12 year old non reader, just closed it (finished reading it) and declared BEST BOOK EVER. Thank you! ...

    Such a cute story about a girl trying to find her place and fit in. ...

    A GREAT graphic novel about finding your friend group and where you ?click?. Olive has such a supportive family and really great friends. The stuff she deals with brought me back to my middle school days, although Olive?s experience was way better than mine... Neat book! ...

    How could I not love this!? Main character is named Olive! ? How could I not love this!? Main character is named Olive! ?? ...more ...

  • Scott
    Feb 20, 2019

    What a cute middle grade graphic novel! I loved the story and the artwork. Olive was such a likeable character and I can't wait for the next book in this series! ...

    I think this book was ok because some things I liked but a lot of things I didn?t but something that I liked about the book book that Olive was left out out but she found a way to get over it. ...

    Click isn't really my type of story, but I can see my 6th graders living this book. It's the story of Olive, she has tons of friends but when it is time for the 5th grade variety show all of her friends have plans and no one has asked her to join their group. It's a story of her findin...

    This was an adorable graphic novel about wanting to fit in with your friends and trying to find your own path! I loved Olive's aunt Molly, she was a great adult that Olive had in her life. ...

    Definitely would recommend this to young children who ask for Raina Telgemeier read-a-likes. This was missing a spark for me, but I think the idea is very believable and relatable for elementary-aged children (where do I fit in? is it better to have many acquaintances or one best frien...

    Cute and relatable ...

    A very cute story about a girl with loads of friends, but no real best friend, and what that means when it's time for the school's variety show. I love the friendships and family relationships in this book. They're warm and kind and the conflict isn't the usual "I don't have any friend...

    3.5 stars. Pros: It's a very nice depiction of the life of a 5th grader who is well liked by everyone in class, but doesn't have a special friend or group. Loved the character of the aunt who listens to her and helps her find inspiration. The naggy mom rang true. Cons: It's very very b...

    Wonderful gentle graphic novel that really nails how tough it can be in middle grade fitting in. ...

    The strong and utterly charming graphic novel debut from author-illustrator Kayla Miller, Click tells the story of fifth grader Olive as she tries to navigate her place among different groups of friends as a big school event looms. When it's announced by their teacher Mr. Florez...

    E ARC provided by Edelweiss Plus Olive's fifth grade class is having a variety show, and all of Olive's friends seem to have put groups together. There's an instrumental act, martial arts, cheer, and singing, but no one asks Olive if she wants to be part of a group. She isn't happy ...

    3.5 Huge thank you to Raincoast for this ARC! I had never heard of Click until it appeared on my doorstep. I'm a bit out of the loop when it comes to middle grade comics at the moment, but I liked this one a lot. I thought Olive was a cute main character, and her need to be loved...

    This is a really gentle and thoughtful take on a very common middle grade phenomena - that sense that so many kids experience of having lots of friends, but not having one particular best friend; of feeling part of things one moment, and then suddenly completely on the outside the next...

    It was really cool that this addressed the whole feeling of having friends but not belonging to a group, or always getting the feeling that they like you but care about someone else more. Though I resent somewhat being told that the mentor character didn't find her group "until college...

    3.5 stars. This is a cute book with a very simple plot about finding your place in a group of friends. It?s super low stakes and will appeal most to the 2-5th grade set. Great for all those super young Raina Telgmeir fans! We needed a younger elementary age graphic story like this th...

    This was a uplifting story about finding a way to stand out and be true to yourself. With a cheeriness reminiscent of Archie Comics, Olive navigates the complication of being left out when her friends group up for the talent show. With some supportive family members, she find hew own u...

  • Damian Alexander
    Jan 11, 2019

    What a cute middle grade graphic novel! I loved the story and the artwork. Olive was such a likeable character and I can't wait for the next book in this series! ...

    I think this book was ok because some things I liked but a lot of things I didn?t but something that I liked about the book book that Olive was left out out but she found a way to get over it. ...

    Click isn't really my type of story, but I can see my 6th graders living this book. It's the story of Olive, she has tons of friends but when it is time for the 5th grade variety show all of her friends have plans and no one has asked her to join their group. It's a story of her findin...

    This was an adorable graphic novel about wanting to fit in with your friends and trying to find your own path! I loved Olive's aunt Molly, she was a great adult that Olive had in her life. ...

    Definitely would recommend this to young children who ask for Raina Telgemeier read-a-likes. This was missing a spark for me, but I think the idea is very believable and relatable for elementary-aged children (where do I fit in? is it better to have many acquaintances or one best frien...

    Cute and relatable ...

    A very cute story about a girl with loads of friends, but no real best friend, and what that means when it's time for the school's variety show. I love the friendships and family relationships in this book. They're warm and kind and the conflict isn't the usual "I don't have any friend...

    3.5 stars. Pros: It's a very nice depiction of the life of a 5th grader who is well liked by everyone in class, but doesn't have a special friend or group. Loved the character of the aunt who listens to her and helps her find inspiration. The naggy mom rang true. Cons: It's very very b...

    Wonderful gentle graphic novel that really nails how tough it can be in middle grade fitting in. ...

    The strong and utterly charming graphic novel debut from author-illustrator Kayla Miller, Click tells the story of fifth grader Olive as she tries to navigate her place among different groups of friends as a big school event looms. When it's announced by their teacher Mr. Florez...

    E ARC provided by Edelweiss Plus Olive's fifth grade class is having a variety show, and all of Olive's friends seem to have put groups together. There's an instrumental act, martial arts, cheer, and singing, but no one asks Olive if she wants to be part of a group. She isn't happy ...

    3.5 Huge thank you to Raincoast for this ARC! I had never heard of Click until it appeared on my doorstep. I'm a bit out of the loop when it comes to middle grade comics at the moment, but I liked this one a lot. I thought Olive was a cute main character, and her need to be loved...

    This is a really gentle and thoughtful take on a very common middle grade phenomena - that sense that so many kids experience of having lots of friends, but not having one particular best friend; of feeling part of things one moment, and then suddenly completely on the outside the next...

    It was really cool that this addressed the whole feeling of having friends but not belonging to a group, or always getting the feeling that they like you but care about someone else more. Though I resent somewhat being told that the mentor character didn't find her group "until college...

    3.5 stars. This is a cute book with a very simple plot about finding your place in a group of friends. It?s super low stakes and will appeal most to the 2-5th grade set. Great for all those super young Raina Telgmeir fans! We needed a younger elementary age graphic story like this th...

    This was a uplifting story about finding a way to stand out and be true to yourself. With a cheeriness reminiscent of Archie Comics, Olive navigates the complication of being left out when her friends group up for the talent show. With some supportive family members, she find hew own u...

    A colorful graphic novel about friendship, but with a twist. Ever feel like you have lots of friends...but they're all hanging out without you? You see pictures of your friends going to the movies or the faire on Instagram and Facebook and you wonder, "Why wasn't I invited?" You though...

  • Ampersand Inc.
    Jul 30, 2018

    What a cute middle grade graphic novel! I loved the story and the artwork. Olive was such a likeable character and I can't wait for the next book in this series! ...

    I think this book was ok because some things I liked but a lot of things I didn?t but something that I liked about the book book that Olive was left out out but she found a way to get over it. ...

    Click isn't really my type of story, but I can see my 6th graders living this book. It's the story of Olive, she has tons of friends but when it is time for the 5th grade variety show all of her friends have plans and no one has asked her to join their group. It's a story of her findin...

    This was an adorable graphic novel about wanting to fit in with your friends and trying to find your own path! I loved Olive's aunt Molly, she was a great adult that Olive had in her life. ...

    Definitely would recommend this to young children who ask for Raina Telgemeier read-a-likes. This was missing a spark for me, but I think the idea is very believable and relatable for elementary-aged children (where do I fit in? is it better to have many acquaintances or one best frien...

    Cute and relatable ...

    A very cute story about a girl with loads of friends, but no real best friend, and what that means when it's time for the school's variety show. I love the friendships and family relationships in this book. They're warm and kind and the conflict isn't the usual "I don't have any friend...

    3.5 stars. Pros: It's a very nice depiction of the life of a 5th grader who is well liked by everyone in class, but doesn't have a special friend or group. Loved the character of the aunt who listens to her and helps her find inspiration. The naggy mom rang true. Cons: It's very very b...

    Wonderful gentle graphic novel that really nails how tough it can be in middle grade fitting in. ...

  • Tara Connor
    Mar 07, 2019

    What a cute middle grade graphic novel! I loved the story and the artwork. Olive was such a likeable character and I can't wait for the next book in this series! ...

    I think this book was ok because some things I liked but a lot of things I didn?t but something that I liked about the book book that Olive was left out out but she found a way to get over it. ...

    Click isn't really my type of story, but I can see my 6th graders living this book. It's the story of Olive, she has tons of friends but when it is time for the 5th grade variety show all of her friends have plans and no one has asked her to join their group. It's a story of her findin...

    This was an adorable graphic novel about wanting to fit in with your friends and trying to find your own path! I loved Olive's aunt Molly, she was a great adult that Olive had in her life. ...

    Definitely would recommend this to young children who ask for Raina Telgemeier read-a-likes. This was missing a spark for me, but I think the idea is very believable and relatable for elementary-aged children (where do I fit in? is it better to have many acquaintances or one best frien...

    Cute and relatable ...

    A very cute story about a girl with loads of friends, but no real best friend, and what that means when it's time for the school's variety show. I love the friendships and family relationships in this book. They're warm and kind and the conflict isn't the usual "I don't have any friend...

    3.5 stars. Pros: It's a very nice depiction of the life of a 5th grader who is well liked by everyone in class, but doesn't have a special friend or group. Loved the character of the aunt who listens to her and helps her find inspiration. The naggy mom rang true. Cons: It's very very b...

    Wonderful gentle graphic novel that really nails how tough it can be in middle grade fitting in. ...

    The strong and utterly charming graphic novel debut from author-illustrator Kayla Miller, Click tells the story of fifth grader Olive as she tries to navigate her place among different groups of friends as a big school event looms. When it's announced by their teacher Mr. Florez...

    E ARC provided by Edelweiss Plus Olive's fifth grade class is having a variety show, and all of Olive's friends seem to have put groups together. There's an instrumental act, martial arts, cheer, and singing, but no one asks Olive if she wants to be part of a group. She isn't happy ...

    3.5 Huge thank you to Raincoast for this ARC! I had never heard of Click until it appeared on my doorstep. I'm a bit out of the loop when it comes to middle grade comics at the moment, but I liked this one a lot. I thought Olive was a cute main character, and her need to be loved...

    This is a really gentle and thoughtful take on a very common middle grade phenomena - that sense that so many kids experience of having lots of friends, but not having one particular best friend; of feeling part of things one moment, and then suddenly completely on the outside the next...

  • Jill Kenna
    Mar 05, 2019

    What a cute middle grade graphic novel! I loved the story and the artwork. Olive was such a likeable character and I can't wait for the next book in this series! ...

    I think this book was ok because some things I liked but a lot of things I didn?t but something that I liked about the book book that Olive was left out out but she found a way to get over it. ...

    Click isn't really my type of story, but I can see my 6th graders living this book. It's the story of Olive, she has tons of friends but when it is time for the 5th grade variety show all of her friends have plans and no one has asked her to join their group. It's a story of her findin...

    This was an adorable graphic novel about wanting to fit in with your friends and trying to find your own path! I loved Olive's aunt Molly, she was a great adult that Olive had in her life. ...

  • Julia
    Jan 19, 2019

    What a cute middle grade graphic novel! I loved the story and the artwork. Olive was such a likeable character and I can't wait for the next book in this series! ...

    I think this book was ok because some things I liked but a lot of things I didn?t but something that I liked about the book book that Olive was left out out but she found a way to get over it. ...

    Click isn't really my type of story, but I can see my 6th graders living this book. It's the story of Olive, she has tons of friends but when it is time for the 5th grade variety show all of her friends have plans and no one has asked her to join their group. It's a story of her findin...

    This was an adorable graphic novel about wanting to fit in with your friends and trying to find your own path! I loved Olive's aunt Molly, she was a great adult that Olive had in her life. ...

    Definitely would recommend this to young children who ask for Raina Telgemeier read-a-likes. This was missing a spark for me, but I think the idea is very believable and relatable for elementary-aged children (where do I fit in? is it better to have many acquaintances or one best frien...

    Cute and relatable ...

    A very cute story about a girl with loads of friends, but no real best friend, and what that means when it's time for the school's variety show. I love the friendships and family relationships in this book. They're warm and kind and the conflict isn't the usual "I don't have any friend...

    3.5 stars. Pros: It's a very nice depiction of the life of a 5th grader who is well liked by everyone in class, but doesn't have a special friend or group. Loved the character of the aunt who listens to her and helps her find inspiration. The naggy mom rang true. Cons: It's very very b...

    Wonderful gentle graphic novel that really nails how tough it can be in middle grade fitting in. ...

    The strong and utterly charming graphic novel debut from author-illustrator Kayla Miller, Click tells the story of fifth grader Olive as she tries to navigate her place among different groups of friends as a big school event looms. When it's announced by their teacher Mr. Florez...

    E ARC provided by Edelweiss Plus Olive's fifth grade class is having a variety show, and all of Olive's friends seem to have put groups together. There's an instrumental act, martial arts, cheer, and singing, but no one asks Olive if she wants to be part of a group. She isn't happy ...

    3.5 Huge thank you to Raincoast for this ARC! I had never heard of Click until it appeared on my doorstep. I'm a bit out of the loop when it comes to middle grade comics at the moment, but I liked this one a lot. I thought Olive was a cute main character, and her need to be loved...

    This is a really gentle and thoughtful take on a very common middle grade phenomena - that sense that so many kids experience of having lots of friends, but not having one particular best friend; of feeling part of things one moment, and then suddenly completely on the outside the next...

    It was really cool that this addressed the whole feeling of having friends but not belonging to a group, or always getting the feeling that they like you but care about someone else more. Though I resent somewhat being told that the mentor character didn't find her group "until college...

    3.5 stars. This is a cute book with a very simple plot about finding your place in a group of friends. It?s super low stakes and will appeal most to the 2-5th grade set. Great for all those super young Raina Telgmeir fans! We needed a younger elementary age graphic story like this th...

    This was a uplifting story about finding a way to stand out and be true to yourself. With a cheeriness reminiscent of Archie Comics, Olive navigates the complication of being left out when her friends group up for the talent show. With some supportive family members, she find hew own u...

    A colorful graphic novel about friendship, but with a twist. Ever feel like you have lots of friends...but they're all hanging out without you? You see pictures of your friends going to the movies or the faire on Instagram and Facebook and you wonder, "Why wasn't I invited?" You though...

    Olive is in fifth grade and one of those girls who is friends with everyone. So when it comes time for the 5th grade variety show, no one asks her to join their act making Olive feel sad and left out. Olive?s Aunt tries to cheer Olive up and they discover what Olive can do for the va...

    This has the smallest amount of conflict I?ve ever seen in a book. It?s cute, and I?m glad to have something else to hand to Telgemeier fans, but I got so bored watching her happily flit from friend to friend and then whine about not having enough friends. ...

    Great for those who are in desperate need of Smile readalikes. The conflict is very mild and the characters are older elementary aged students so might even be great for those younger ones wishing to read Smile, but who might not be quite there yet. ...

    My 12 year old non reader, just closed it (finished reading it) and declared BEST BOOK EVER. Thank you! ...

    Such a cute story about a girl trying to find her place and fit in. ...

    A GREAT graphic novel about finding your friend group and where you ?click?. Olive has such a supportive family and really great friends. The stuff she deals with brought me back to my middle school days, although Olive?s experience was way better than mine... Neat book! ...

    How could I not love this!? Main character is named Olive! ? How could I not love this!? Main character is named Olive! ?? ...more ...

    2-5th grade realistic fiction graphic novel for fans of Raina Telgemeier, but this was too bubble-gum cutesy. While it dealt with the issue of cliques and friendship in 5th grade, it was just ok. ...

    5 stars!!! This book was just the right medicine to recover from my last read. "Click" was one of the cutest and best graphic novels i've read by far. The art was wonderful and this felt like the fun "Mr. Wolf's Class". I feel this novel is relatable for many people with friend tro...

    A little slow to start, but good message for kids - you don't always have to fit into a group; do your own thing. ...

    Poor Olive. Even though Olive is one of the most popular students in her class, she is all alone. There?s a big talent show coming up and all of the other students have partners. Just not her! Feeling like the odd person out, Olive is stressing out big time. Even though she clicks...

    Sweet children's comic book about the beginnings of cliques and social grouping, and finding your place while negotiating different friendships. Unlike Telgemeier's works, Real Friends, El Deafo, and Awkward/Brave/Crush, this isn't a book about middle school - the characters are fifth ...

  • Erik
    Jan 23, 2019

    What a cute middle grade graphic novel! I loved the story and the artwork. Olive was such a likeable character and I can't wait for the next book in this series! ...

    I think this book was ok because some things I liked but a lot of things I didn?t but something that I liked about the book book that Olive was left out out but she found a way to get over it. ...

    Click isn't really my type of story, but I can see my 6th graders living this book. It's the story of Olive, she has tons of friends but when it is time for the 5th grade variety show all of her friends have plans and no one has asked her to join their group. It's a story of her findin...

    This was an adorable graphic novel about wanting to fit in with your friends and trying to find your own path! I loved Olive's aunt Molly, she was a great adult that Olive had in her life. ...

    Definitely would recommend this to young children who ask for Raina Telgemeier read-a-likes. This was missing a spark for me, but I think the idea is very believable and relatable for elementary-aged children (where do I fit in? is it better to have many acquaintances or one best frien...

    Cute and relatable ...

    A very cute story about a girl with loads of friends, but no real best friend, and what that means when it's time for the school's variety show. I love the friendships and family relationships in this book. They're warm and kind and the conflict isn't the usual "I don't have any friend...

    3.5 stars. Pros: It's a very nice depiction of the life of a 5th grader who is well liked by everyone in class, but doesn't have a special friend or group. Loved the character of the aunt who listens to her and helps her find inspiration. The naggy mom rang true. Cons: It's very very b...

    Wonderful gentle graphic novel that really nails how tough it can be in middle grade fitting in. ...

    The strong and utterly charming graphic novel debut from author-illustrator Kayla Miller, Click tells the story of fifth grader Olive as she tries to navigate her place among different groups of friends as a big school event looms. When it's announced by their teacher Mr. Florez...

    E ARC provided by Edelweiss Plus Olive's fifth grade class is having a variety show, and all of Olive's friends seem to have put groups together. There's an instrumental act, martial arts, cheer, and singing, but no one asks Olive if she wants to be part of a group. She isn't happy ...

    3.5 Huge thank you to Raincoast for this ARC! I had never heard of Click until it appeared on my doorstep. I'm a bit out of the loop when it comes to middle grade comics at the moment, but I liked this one a lot. I thought Olive was a cute main character, and her need to be loved...

    This is a really gentle and thoughtful take on a very common middle grade phenomena - that sense that so many kids experience of having lots of friends, but not having one particular best friend; of feeling part of things one moment, and then suddenly completely on the outside the next...

    It was really cool that this addressed the whole feeling of having friends but not belonging to a group, or always getting the feeling that they like you but care about someone else more. Though I resent somewhat being told that the mentor character didn't find her group "until college...

    3.5 stars. This is a cute book with a very simple plot about finding your place in a group of friends. It?s super low stakes and will appeal most to the 2-5th grade set. Great for all those super young Raina Telgmeir fans! We needed a younger elementary age graphic story like this th...

    This was a uplifting story about finding a way to stand out and be true to yourself. With a cheeriness reminiscent of Archie Comics, Olive navigates the complication of being left out when her friends group up for the talent show. With some supportive family members, she find hew own u...

    A colorful graphic novel about friendship, but with a twist. Ever feel like you have lots of friends...but they're all hanging out without you? You see pictures of your friends going to the movies or the faire on Instagram and Facebook and you wonder, "Why wasn't I invited?" You though...

    Olive is in fifth grade and one of those girls who is friends with everyone. So when it comes time for the 5th grade variety show, no one asks her to join their act making Olive feel sad and left out. Olive?s Aunt tries to cheer Olive up and they discover what Olive can do for the va...

    This has the smallest amount of conflict I?ve ever seen in a book. It?s cute, and I?m glad to have something else to hand to Telgemeier fans, but I got so bored watching her happily flit from friend to friend and then whine about not having enough friends. ...

    Great for those who are in desperate need of Smile readalikes. The conflict is very mild and the characters are older elementary aged students so might even be great for those younger ones wishing to read Smile, but who might not be quite there yet. ...

    My 12 year old non reader, just closed it (finished reading it) and declared BEST BOOK EVER. Thank you! ...

    Such a cute story about a girl trying to find her place and fit in. ...

    A GREAT graphic novel about finding your friend group and where you ?click?. Olive has such a supportive family and really great friends. The stuff she deals with brought me back to my middle school days, although Olive?s experience was way better than mine... Neat book! ...

    How could I not love this!? Main character is named Olive! ? How could I not love this!? Main character is named Olive! ?? ...more ...

    2-5th grade realistic fiction graphic novel for fans of Raina Telgemeier, but this was too bubble-gum cutesy. While it dealt with the issue of cliques and friendship in 5th grade, it was just ok. ...

    5 stars!!! This book was just the right medicine to recover from my last read. "Click" was one of the cutest and best graphic novels i've read by far. The art was wonderful and this felt like the fun "Mr. Wolf's Class". I feel this novel is relatable for many people with friend tro...

    A little slow to start, but good message for kids - you don't always have to fit into a group; do your own thing. ...

  • tony dillard jr
    Jan 19, 2019

    What a cute middle grade graphic novel! I loved the story and the artwork. Olive was such a likeable character and I can't wait for the next book in this series! ...

    I think this book was ok because some things I liked but a lot of things I didn?t but something that I liked about the book book that Olive was left out out but she found a way to get over it. ...

    Click isn't really my type of story, but I can see my 6th graders living this book. It's the story of Olive, she has tons of friends but when it is time for the 5th grade variety show all of her friends have plans and no one has asked her to join their group. It's a story of her findin...

    This was an adorable graphic novel about wanting to fit in with your friends and trying to find your own path! I loved Olive's aunt Molly, she was a great adult that Olive had in her life. ...

    Definitely would recommend this to young children who ask for Raina Telgemeier read-a-likes. This was missing a spark for me, but I think the idea is very believable and relatable for elementary-aged children (where do I fit in? is it better to have many acquaintances or one best frien...

    Cute and relatable ...

    A very cute story about a girl with loads of friends, but no real best friend, and what that means when it's time for the school's variety show. I love the friendships and family relationships in this book. They're warm and kind and the conflict isn't the usual "I don't have any friend...

    3.5 stars. Pros: It's a very nice depiction of the life of a 5th grader who is well liked by everyone in class, but doesn't have a special friend or group. Loved the character of the aunt who listens to her and helps her find inspiration. The naggy mom rang true. Cons: It's very very b...

    Wonderful gentle graphic novel that really nails how tough it can be in middle grade fitting in. ...

    The strong and utterly charming graphic novel debut from author-illustrator Kayla Miller, Click tells the story of fifth grader Olive as she tries to navigate her place among different groups of friends as a big school event looms. When it's announced by their teacher Mr. Florez...

    E ARC provided by Edelweiss Plus Olive's fifth grade class is having a variety show, and all of Olive's friends seem to have put groups together. There's an instrumental act, martial arts, cheer, and singing, but no one asks Olive if she wants to be part of a group. She isn't happy ...

    3.5 Huge thank you to Raincoast for this ARC! I had never heard of Click until it appeared on my doorstep. I'm a bit out of the loop when it comes to middle grade comics at the moment, but I liked this one a lot. I thought Olive was a cute main character, and her need to be loved...

    This is a really gentle and thoughtful take on a very common middle grade phenomena - that sense that so many kids experience of having lots of friends, but not having one particular best friend; of feeling part of things one moment, and then suddenly completely on the outside the next...

    It was really cool that this addressed the whole feeling of having friends but not belonging to a group, or always getting the feeling that they like you but care about someone else more. Though I resent somewhat being told that the mentor character didn't find her group "until college...

    3.5 stars. This is a cute book with a very simple plot about finding your place in a group of friends. It?s super low stakes and will appeal most to the 2-5th grade set. Great for all those super young Raina Telgmeir fans! We needed a younger elementary age graphic story like this th...

    This was a uplifting story about finding a way to stand out and be true to yourself. With a cheeriness reminiscent of Archie Comics, Olive navigates the complication of being left out when her friends group up for the talent show. With some supportive family members, she find hew own u...

    A colorful graphic novel about friendship, but with a twist. Ever feel like you have lots of friends...but they're all hanging out without you? You see pictures of your friends going to the movies or the faire on Instagram and Facebook and you wonder, "Why wasn't I invited?" You though...

    Olive is in fifth grade and one of those girls who is friends with everyone. So when it comes time for the 5th grade variety show, no one asks her to join their act making Olive feel sad and left out. Olive?s Aunt tries to cheer Olive up and they discover what Olive can do for the va...

    This has the smallest amount of conflict I?ve ever seen in a book. It?s cute, and I?m glad to have something else to hand to Telgemeier fans, but I got so bored watching her happily flit from friend to friend and then whine about not having enough friends. ...

    Great for those who are in desperate need of Smile readalikes. The conflict is very mild and the characters are older elementary aged students so might even be great for those younger ones wishing to read Smile, but who might not be quite there yet. ...

    My 12 year old non reader, just closed it (finished reading it) and declared BEST BOOK EVER. Thank you! ...

    Such a cute story about a girl trying to find her place and fit in. ...

    A GREAT graphic novel about finding your friend group and where you ?click?. Olive has such a supportive family and really great friends. The stuff she deals with brought me back to my middle school days, although Olive?s experience was way better than mine... Neat book! ...

    How could I not love this!? Main character is named Olive! ? How could I not love this!? Main character is named Olive! ?? ...more ...

    2-5th grade realistic fiction graphic novel for fans of Raina Telgemeier, but this was too bubble-gum cutesy. While it dealt with the issue of cliques and friendship in 5th grade, it was just ok. ...

    5 stars!!! This book was just the right medicine to recover from my last read. "Click" was one of the cutest and best graphic novels i've read by far. The art was wonderful and this felt like the fun "Mr. Wolf's Class". I feel this novel is relatable for many people with friend tro...

    A little slow to start, but good message for kids - you don't always have to fit into a group; do your own thing. ...

    Poor Olive. Even though Olive is one of the most popular students in her class, she is all alone. There?s a big talent show coming up and all of the other students have partners. Just not her! Feeling like the odd person out, Olive is stressing out big time. Even though she clicks...

  • Allison Wysong
    Feb 16, 2019

    What a cute middle grade graphic novel! I loved the story and the artwork. Olive was such a likeable character and I can't wait for the next book in this series! ...

    I think this book was ok because some things I liked but a lot of things I didn?t but something that I liked about the book book that Olive was left out out but she found a way to get over it. ...

    Click isn't really my type of story, but I can see my 6th graders living this book. It's the story of Olive, she has tons of friends but when it is time for the 5th grade variety show all of her friends have plans and no one has asked her to join their group. It's a story of her findin...

    This was an adorable graphic novel about wanting to fit in with your friends and trying to find your own path! I loved Olive's aunt Molly, she was a great adult that Olive had in her life. ...

    Definitely would recommend this to young children who ask for Raina Telgemeier read-a-likes. This was missing a spark for me, but I think the idea is very believable and relatable for elementary-aged children (where do I fit in? is it better to have many acquaintances or one best frien...

    Cute and relatable ...

    A very cute story about a girl with loads of friends, but no real best friend, and what that means when it's time for the school's variety show. I love the friendships and family relationships in this book. They're warm and kind and the conflict isn't the usual "I don't have any friend...

  • Emyrose8
    Mar 05, 2019

    What a cute middle grade graphic novel! I loved the story and the artwork. Olive was such a likeable character and I can't wait for the next book in this series! ...

    I think this book was ok because some things I liked but a lot of things I didn?t but something that I liked about the book book that Olive was left out out but she found a way to get over it. ...

    Click isn't really my type of story, but I can see my 6th graders living this book. It's the story of Olive, she has tons of friends but when it is time for the 5th grade variety show all of her friends have plans and no one has asked her to join their group. It's a story of her findin...

    This was an adorable graphic novel about wanting to fit in with your friends and trying to find your own path! I loved Olive's aunt Molly, she was a great adult that Olive had in her life. ...

    Definitely would recommend this to young children who ask for Raina Telgemeier read-a-likes. This was missing a spark for me, but I think the idea is very believable and relatable for elementary-aged children (where do I fit in? is it better to have many acquaintances or one best frien...

    Cute and relatable ...

    A very cute story about a girl with loads of friends, but no real best friend, and what that means when it's time for the school's variety show. I love the friendships and family relationships in this book. They're warm and kind and the conflict isn't the usual "I don't have any friend...

    3.5 stars. Pros: It's a very nice depiction of the life of a 5th grader who is well liked by everyone in class, but doesn't have a special friend or group. Loved the character of the aunt who listens to her and helps her find inspiration. The naggy mom rang true. Cons: It's very very b...

    Wonderful gentle graphic novel that really nails how tough it can be in middle grade fitting in. ...

    The strong and utterly charming graphic novel debut from author-illustrator Kayla Miller, Click tells the story of fifth grader Olive as she tries to navigate her place among different groups of friends as a big school event looms. When it's announced by their teacher Mr. Florez...

    E ARC provided by Edelweiss Plus Olive's fifth grade class is having a variety show, and all of Olive's friends seem to have put groups together. There's an instrumental act, martial arts, cheer, and singing, but no one asks Olive if she wants to be part of a group. She isn't happy ...

    3.5 Huge thank you to Raincoast for this ARC! I had never heard of Click until it appeared on my doorstep. I'm a bit out of the loop when it comes to middle grade comics at the moment, but I liked this one a lot. I thought Olive was a cute main character, and her need to be loved...

    This is a really gentle and thoughtful take on a very common middle grade phenomena - that sense that so many kids experience of having lots of friends, but not having one particular best friend; of feeling part of things one moment, and then suddenly completely on the outside the next...

    It was really cool that this addressed the whole feeling of having friends but not belonging to a group, or always getting the feeling that they like you but care about someone else more. Though I resent somewhat being told that the mentor character didn't find her group "until college...

    3.5 stars. This is a cute book with a very simple plot about finding your place in a group of friends. It?s super low stakes and will appeal most to the 2-5th grade set. Great for all those super young Raina Telgmeir fans! We needed a younger elementary age graphic story like this th...

    This was a uplifting story about finding a way to stand out and be true to yourself. With a cheeriness reminiscent of Archie Comics, Olive navigates the complication of being left out when her friends group up for the talent show. With some supportive family members, she find hew own u...

    A colorful graphic novel about friendship, but with a twist. Ever feel like you have lots of friends...but they're all hanging out without you? You see pictures of your friends going to the movies or the faire on Instagram and Facebook and you wonder, "Why wasn't I invited?" You though...

    Olive is in fifth grade and one of those girls who is friends with everyone. So when it comes time for the 5th grade variety show, no one asks her to join their act making Olive feel sad and left out. Olive?s Aunt tries to cheer Olive up and they discover what Olive can do for the va...

    This has the smallest amount of conflict I?ve ever seen in a book. It?s cute, and I?m glad to have something else to hand to Telgemeier fans, but I got so bored watching her happily flit from friend to friend and then whine about not having enough friends. ...

    Great for those who are in desperate need of Smile readalikes. The conflict is very mild and the characters are older elementary aged students so might even be great for those younger ones wishing to read Smile, but who might not be quite there yet. ...

    My 12 year old non reader, just closed it (finished reading it) and declared BEST BOOK EVER. Thank you! ...

    Such a cute story about a girl trying to find her place and fit in. ...

    A GREAT graphic novel about finding your friend group and where you ?click?. Olive has such a supportive family and really great friends. The stuff she deals with brought me back to my middle school days, although Olive?s experience was way better than mine... Neat book! ...

  • Iman
    Feb 03, 2019

    What a cute middle grade graphic novel! I loved the story and the artwork. Olive was such a likeable character and I can't wait for the next book in this series! ...

    I think this book was ok because some things I liked but a lot of things I didn?t but something that I liked about the book book that Olive was left out out but she found a way to get over it. ...

  • Destiny Henderson
    Feb 19, 2019

    What a cute middle grade graphic novel! I loved the story and the artwork. Olive was such a likeable character and I can't wait for the next book in this series! ...

    I think this book was ok because some things I liked but a lot of things I didn?t but something that I liked about the book book that Olive was left out out but she found a way to get over it. ...

    Click isn't really my type of story, but I can see my 6th graders living this book. It's the story of Olive, she has tons of friends but when it is time for the 5th grade variety show all of her friends have plans and no one has asked her to join their group. It's a story of her findin...

    This was an adorable graphic novel about wanting to fit in with your friends and trying to find your own path! I loved Olive's aunt Molly, she was a great adult that Olive had in her life. ...

    Definitely would recommend this to young children who ask for Raina Telgemeier read-a-likes. This was missing a spark for me, but I think the idea is very believable and relatable for elementary-aged children (where do I fit in? is it better to have many acquaintances or one best frien...

    Cute and relatable ...

  • Noah
    Feb 24, 2019

    What a cute middle grade graphic novel! I loved the story and the artwork. Olive was such a likeable character and I can't wait for the next book in this series! ...

    I think this book was ok because some things I liked but a lot of things I didn?t but something that I liked about the book book that Olive was left out out but she found a way to get over it. ...

    Click isn't really my type of story, but I can see my 6th graders living this book. It's the story of Olive, she has tons of friends but when it is time for the 5th grade variety show all of her friends have plans and no one has asked her to join their group. It's a story of her findin...

    This was an adorable graphic novel about wanting to fit in with your friends and trying to find your own path! I loved Olive's aunt Molly, she was a great adult that Olive had in her life. ...

    Definitely would recommend this to young children who ask for Raina Telgemeier read-a-likes. This was missing a spark for me, but I think the idea is very believable and relatable for elementary-aged children (where do I fit in? is it better to have many acquaintances or one best frien...

    Cute and relatable ...

    A very cute story about a girl with loads of friends, but no real best friend, and what that means when it's time for the school's variety show. I love the friendships and family relationships in this book. They're warm and kind and the conflict isn't the usual "I don't have any friend...

    3.5 stars. Pros: It's a very nice depiction of the life of a 5th grader who is well liked by everyone in class, but doesn't have a special friend or group. Loved the character of the aunt who listens to her and helps her find inspiration. The naggy mom rang true. Cons: It's very very b...

    Wonderful gentle graphic novel that really nails how tough it can be in middle grade fitting in. ...

    The strong and utterly charming graphic novel debut from author-illustrator Kayla Miller, Click tells the story of fifth grader Olive as she tries to navigate her place among different groups of friends as a big school event looms. When it's announced by their teacher Mr. Florez...

    E ARC provided by Edelweiss Plus Olive's fifth grade class is having a variety show, and all of Olive's friends seem to have put groups together. There's an instrumental act, martial arts, cheer, and singing, but no one asks Olive if she wants to be part of a group. She isn't happy ...

    3.5 Huge thank you to Raincoast for this ARC! I had never heard of Click until it appeared on my doorstep. I'm a bit out of the loop when it comes to middle grade comics at the moment, but I liked this one a lot. I thought Olive was a cute main character, and her need to be loved...

    This is a really gentle and thoughtful take on a very common middle grade phenomena - that sense that so many kids experience of having lots of friends, but not having one particular best friend; of feeling part of things one moment, and then suddenly completely on the outside the next...

    It was really cool that this addressed the whole feeling of having friends but not belonging to a group, or always getting the feeling that they like you but care about someone else more. Though I resent somewhat being told that the mentor character didn't find her group "until college...

    3.5 stars. This is a cute book with a very simple plot about finding your place in a group of friends. It?s super low stakes and will appeal most to the 2-5th grade set. Great for all those super young Raina Telgmeir fans! We needed a younger elementary age graphic story like this th...

    This was a uplifting story about finding a way to stand out and be true to yourself. With a cheeriness reminiscent of Archie Comics, Olive navigates the complication of being left out when her friends group up for the talent show. With some supportive family members, she find hew own u...

    A colorful graphic novel about friendship, but with a twist. Ever feel like you have lots of friends...but they're all hanging out without you? You see pictures of your friends going to the movies or the faire on Instagram and Facebook and you wonder, "Why wasn't I invited?" You though...

    Olive is in fifth grade and one of those girls who is friends with everyone. So when it comes time for the 5th grade variety show, no one asks her to join their act making Olive feel sad and left out. Olive?s Aunt tries to cheer Olive up and they discover what Olive can do for the va...

    This has the smallest amount of conflict I?ve ever seen in a book. It?s cute, and I?m glad to have something else to hand to Telgemeier fans, but I got so bored watching her happily flit from friend to friend and then whine about not having enough friends. ...

    Great for those who are in desperate need of Smile readalikes. The conflict is very mild and the characters are older elementary aged students so might even be great for those younger ones wishing to read Smile, but who might not be quite there yet. ...

    My 12 year old non reader, just closed it (finished reading it) and declared BEST BOOK EVER. Thank you! ...

    Such a cute story about a girl trying to find her place and fit in. ...

    A GREAT graphic novel about finding your friend group and where you ?click?. Olive has such a supportive family and really great friends. The stuff she deals with brought me back to my middle school days, although Olive?s experience was way better than mine... Neat book! ...

    How could I not love this!? Main character is named Olive! ? How could I not love this!? Main character is named Olive! ?? ...more ...

    2-5th grade realistic fiction graphic novel for fans of Raina Telgemeier, but this was too bubble-gum cutesy. While it dealt with the issue of cliques and friendship in 5th grade, it was just ok. ...

    5 stars!!! This book was just the right medicine to recover from my last read. "Click" was one of the cutest and best graphic novels i've read by far. The art was wonderful and this felt like the fun "Mr. Wolf's Class". I feel this novel is relatable for many people with friend tro...