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Madison, Aimee, Fiona, and the gang are ready for a new school year, but Madison knows that nothing is ever what you expect—especially when it comes to matters of the heart. Regardless of how prepared she is, the eighth grade is going to bring a bunch of awkward new experiences and some major surprises, including a new love interest—and a very confusing love triangle!
Perfect for fans of the Dork Diaries, Back Online is the newest novel in the hugely popular From the Files of Madison Finn series.
Madison, Aimee, and Fiona are invited to celebrate Lindsay’s birthday in New York City! Bright lights, fancy restaurants, shopping—Lindsay’s fabulous aunt Mimi will make it a weekend no one will forget. But Lindsay is having a rough time dealing with her parents’ divorce and isn’t in the celebrating spirit. Maddie knows all about being in the middle of the Big D. Can she help Lindsay see the light when her family situation seems a bit dark? It’ll take a lot of BFF love to help Lindsay enjoy her special day.
Maddie’s friends all think her mom has a glamorous job, but Maddie has mixed feelings. She thinks it’s neat that her mom makes important movies about things like gorillas and travels to exciting places. But ever since the Big D, her mother works more than ever.
When her mom’s film crew shows up at Far Hills to document middle school life, everyone wants a piece of the limelight—everyone but Maddie. It’s hard having Mom at school—especially when she never has time for Madison at home. Can Maddie remind her mom to make time for her, too?
It’s the Junior World Leaders Conference at Far Hills and everyone is excited to participate. Madison gets partnered with a girl she never really noticed before, Madhur, whose family is from India and Pakistan. Although the girls are from different cultures, they find that they have a lot of great things in common—including the nickname Maddie. Unfortunately, another thing they have in common is a crush on Hart! Madison really likes her new friend and is excited to be her partner at the conference—but Madhur’s feelings for Hart have Maddie starting to unravel. Can she play it cool?
Madison’s not sure if her imagination is working overtime. Everyone—including her mom—is acting different! When Maddie checks out a new feature on TweenBlurt.com, she finds out her keypal, Bigwheels, has been keeping things from her. And then Hart sends a mean email about Madison—is he keeping secrets too?
The truth is not always obvious, and Maddie isn’t sure how to get the answers she wants. When her mom tells her a secret about Poison Ivy’s family, Maddie knows it’s serious news, and she’s tempted to share it—especially when Ivy is acting mean. But some information is not ours to share . . .
A surprise ski trip with her dad is just what Maddie’s winter vacation needs. And when Dad says she can bring along her BFF Aimee and her pug, Phinnie, it’s guaranteed to be the best week ever. But things keep going wrong: First the group gets a flat tire, and then there’s snow in their hotel room. It seems like Maddie has the most terrible luck ever—and to make matters worse, she and Aimee can’t stop fighting. Can a ski class full of cute boys turn this vacation around?
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Ugh! Maddie and her BFFs Fiona and Aimee all have the flu and need to stay home from school. Maddie is so sick that Gramma Helen has to fly in from Chicago to take care of her while her mom works. Trapped in bed, Maddie’s only interaction with the outside world is through her computer and her bedroom window. When she spies a cute boy next door, she wonders how she never noticed him before. The boy is Josh Turner—a ninth grader—and Maddie certainly notices him now. Josh seems to be flirting with her, and Maddie is falling hard. It seems her long-held crush on Hart has faded. Is it possible that Maddie has had a change of heart?
Every week, Madison can’t wait for her favorite show, Crime Time—she loves mysteries and knows she would make a great detective. So when her flute teacher’s priceless sheet music goes missing, Maddie decides to solve the case. As she collects the clues and compiles the list of suspects, Maddie realizes that the thief could be anyone! But soon, playing detective starts to get in the way of Maddie’s friendships, and snooping around takes her to places she doesn’t belong. Is there even a real crime to be solved, or is this just Maddie’s overactive imagination running wild?
Madison seems to be out of the loop these days. News travels so fast around school and online, and Madison is the last to know anything. A new online bulletin board called The Wall has captured the attention of Maddie and her friends. On The Wall, anonymous postings about people keep popping up—and they can be pretty mean. When secrets told in confidence appear on the site under a fake screen name that looks like Madison’s, she finds herself in the hot seat. Who could be so deceptive and hurtful? Maddie is determined to find the culprit and give her a taste of her own medicine.