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The Face on the Milk Carton

Summary: this is a book review about the book The Face on the Milk Carton by Caroline B. Cooney.
The story is about a fifteen years old average-teenage girl called Janie Johnson who lives with her parents in Connecticut.

She has long curly red hair and looks well, and she is quite popular at her school.

Her best friends are called Sarah - Charlotte and Adair, but there is kind of a love story going on between her and Reeve, a nice boy from her neighbourhood.

One day, at school, while Janie and her friends are eating in the cafeteria, the girl decides to drink milk, although she suffers lactose intolerance.

When she looks at the carton, where often missing announcements are printed on, she recognizes that the three year old girl in the picture is herself.

From the text which is attached, Jayne learns that her true name must be Jenni Spring, that she's originally from New Jersey and that she has...

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