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Janie Johnson thought she had an ordinary family. But one day she sees a familiar face on a milk carton.
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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Other editions. Enlarge cover. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. The face on the milk carton looks like an ordinary little girl: hair in tight pigtails, a dress with a narrow white collar, a three-year-old who was kidnapped more than twelve years ago from a shopping mall in New Jersey.
As fifteen-year-old Janie Johnson stares at the milk carton, she feels overcome with shock. She knows that little girl is she. But how could it be true?
Ja The face on the milk carton looks like an ordinary little girl: hair in tight pigtails, a dress with a narrow white collar, a three-year-old who was kidnapped more than twelve years ago from a shopping mall in New Jersey. Janie can't believe that her loving parents kidnapped her, until she begins to piece together clues that don't make sense.
Why are there no pictures of Janie before she was four? Her parents have always said they didn't have a camera. Now that explanation sounds feeble. Something is terribly wrong, and Janie is afraid to find out what happened more than twelve years ago. In this gripping page-turner, the reader will unravel—as Janie does—the twisted events that changed the lives of two families forever.
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Not only is it dark and scary, but it's very well written! See all 19 questions about The Face on the Milk Carton…. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Feb 06, Erin added it Shelves: favoritechildhoodbooks.
View all 15 comments. Oct 19, karen rated it it was ok Shelves: why-yes-i-ya , sshh-family-secrets , and-so-this-is-grad-school. View all 80 comments. Excellent concept, not-so-excellent execution. The plot idea is absolutely thrilling - suddenly realising that your parents are actually not your parents, but that you've been kidnapped, not knowing how to react, who to turn to or who to trust. Unfortunately Caroline Cooney's didn't quite have the skills to pull it off, and therefore the writing seemed occasionally choppy and the emotions unrealistic.
Still, the story itself was really interesting, so I definitely want to read the rest of the seri Excellent concept, not-so-excellent execution. Still, the story itself was really interesting, so I definitely want to read the rest of the series. Jun 29, Sarai rated it did not like it Shelves: young-adult-fiction.
Toward the end of the book Janie has the thought that this situation is going to go on forever. I'm with you, Janie. This book went on foreverrrrrrrrr. I listened to the book on CD based on a referral from a 5th grader during my school visits, who told me this was an awesome book. And I'm glad he liked it.
For me, it was excruciating. She loves her family, she hates her family, she loves her family. She's a wretched wretched girl because she allowed someone to buy her from her family with a sunda Toward the end of the book Janie has the thought that this situation is going to go on forever. She's a wretched wretched girl because she allowed someone to buy her from her family with a sundae - I can't tell you how many times that was mentioned. She's not going to contact her birth parents, she'll drive to NJ to see their house, she's not going to contact them, she writes up a letter to them, she's not going to contact them, she puts the letter in an addressed envelope.
Oopsy, she loses the envelope! She's not going to think about them, she thinks about them constantly, everything is okay mom and dad, my life is ruined. Blah blah blah blah blah. I was ready to slap Janie in the face. And how does the book end? It ends with her mother dialing the number of her birth parents in NJ. I don't recall hearing that she was looking in a phone book or staring at a slip of paper with their number on it so how does she have their number memorized?
Maybe I was fading in and out of consciousness at that point. Then she makes Janie talk to them - 'Hi, I'm your daughter. I found this book to be extremely annoying. Janie's head was such a mess, but it wasn't an interesting mess, it was a let's-repeat-the-same-thought-over-and-over mess. And the back and forthing of her moods was about to give me whiplash.
And then everyone is crying all the time. The similes were awful. I was thankful to get out of the first few chapters where the word milk was mentioned a hundred times. And these kids were supposed to be high school kids? If she hadn't been making out with the boy next door I would have thought they were middle school kids because none of them seemed very mature.
Not that middle school kids aren't mature - I love you, my program teens! Product Description No one ever really paid close attention to the faces of the missing children on the milk cartons. But as Janie Johnson glanced at the face of the ordinary little girl with her hair in tight pigtails, wearing a dress with a narrow white collar--a three-year-old who had been kidnapped twelve years before from a shopping mall in New Jersey--she felt overcome with shock.
She recognized that little girl--it was she. How could it possibly be true? Janie can't believe that her loving parents kidnapped her, but as she begins to piece things together, nothing makes sense.
Something is terribly wrong. Are Mr. Johnson really Janie's parents? And if not, who is Janie Johnson, and what really happened? View all 7 comments. Sep 29, N. Light rated it it was amazing Shelves: reviews-by-mrs-n , fiction , suspense , young-adult , banned-books. This story is based on a real kidnapping. Filled with emotions and capturing what happens to the kids who got abducted, this is a great book.
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She could feel the pulse of the deep-blue skies. With every leaf wrenched off its twig. She felt like driving for hours; taking any road at all; just. Then they would come to terms, rushing to meet in the middle.
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