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The Face on the Milk Carton Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 1 Summary

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Chapter 1 Summary

Fifteen-year-old Janie Johnson has just finished her essay for Mr. Brylowe's English class. Janie daydreams about getting her driver's license, changing her name to Jayne Johnstone, and growing up to have two little girls named Denim and Lace. Everyone at school except Janie drinks milk with their lunch; she is allergic. She notices Reeve across the cafeteria. Janie's friend, Sarah-Charlotte, is hoping that Reeve will ask Janie out because Janie has never had a boyfriend. Janie wonders if her parents would ever let her date, although she doesn't really think that Reeve will ask her out. Pete, another one of Janie's friends, mentions that the pictures of missing children on the milk cartons are all hype. After finishing her peanut butter sandwich, Janie wants to wash it down with milk despite her lactose intolerance. She takes a sip of Sarah-Charlotte's milk and notices the picture of the...

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