Thanks for Nothing-From the Files of Madison Finn by Laura Dower  » Books  »
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  • This problem, however, is more a working with other people project rather than a friend problem, although the fact that he is her friend makes things more difficult

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      The fifth book in the popular Madison Finn series (From teh Files of Madison Finn), this book is quite pleasant. It would be a good book for girls whose parents have been divorced, as in

      this book, Madison deals with one of the many minor/major problems of a split family. She also deals with problems with one of her friends, which actually occurs routinely in these books. This problem, however,

      • is more a working with other people project rather than a friend problem, although the fact that he is her friend makes things more difficult. I’m sure we’ve all had projects where it seemed like
        we were doing all of the work and the other person wasn’t caring. This book is centered around Thanksgiving, and the fact that since it is the first Thanksgiving since her parents’ divorce, it will be very different.


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