The Face on the Milk Carton - Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2 Summary

Janie continues the school day, but her mind cannot escape the thought she may be the missing girl on the milk carton. After school, Janie is standing outside in the rain when a car pulls up to her. It is Reeve, who offers her a ride. While Reeve drives, Janie borrows his penknife to cut out the picture from the milk carton, which she places inside her notebook. Reeve casually comments on her milk collecting hobby, but Janie does not discuss the picture with him. They drive to the Scenic Overlook, also known as the Sexual Overlook, where teenagers go for some action. Reeve is insecure about graduating from high school because he is considered the underachiever in his family. He talks to Janie about his siblings, but Janie's mind is still focused on the face on the milk carton. The two decide to go for ice...

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