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Thanks for Nothing (From the Files of Madison Finn #5)

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What does Madison have to be thankful for? Not much, Madison thinks. It's the first Thanksgiving since her mom and dad split, and she feels stuck in the middle. But this holiday is stuffed with surprising revelations and good cheer--especially when Madison volunteers at the local animal shelter.
Paperback, 165 pages
Published November 1st 2001 by Volo
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Pamela King
wow while reading the synopsis, I thought to myself, did the eleven year-old me really loved this series and became obsessed with it?
No, didn't like it
madison starts to help out at the animal shelter. she loves loves loves animals! they make her laugh and she walks them feeds them ect. all her other friends do somthing and now she finnaly got somthing to do! her friend feona has hge soccer turnaments,and amiie has ballet.
It was too good. Madison was really lucky to have a family who loves her even her parents were separated but still she had the hope for doing something and she did it and accomplished her mission of living a happy life. I loved the book very much.
This was a cute book that makes us think about what we are lucky for. Maddie learns that, even though her parents are divorced, she is still lucky to have a great family that loves her. She is also lucky for her awesome friends.
Jan 18, 2013 Paige added it
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Starting reading this series is probably 4th grade, I think? I loved it at the time.
this book was great for me because i love animals sort of how madison did
Rea Rubrico
Its cool and i love it each series of Madison Finn i like it so much!
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i read this in a 3 in 1 pack its sooooooo good!!!
Jul 23, 2008 Aly added it
I loved this book. Series is a must read.
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awesome love it
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Laura Dower worked in marketing and editorial in kid’s publishing for many years before taking a big leap to the full-time life of an author. Since 2000, she has penned 90+ books–from picture books to young adult fiction and nonfiction. Along the way, she had two sons and a daughter. Laura and her groovy family of five live in Yonkers, NY.
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