The Face on the Milk Carton - Study Guide Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

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Janie's mother makes a pot roast for dinner that Janie refuses to eat. Her father asks about school, but Janie is reluctant to make conversation. She is unable to silence the thought that her parents might be monsters who kidnapped her. After dinner, Janie goes upstairs to pick out her clothes for the Honors Breakfast the next morning and is struck by yet another memory. She remembers clothes shopping with her mother, then wandering off by herself to the ice cream parlor where she met the woman who bought her a sundae. Janie's father comes to her room later that night to ask about her attitude, but Janie still does not mention Jennie Spring or her memories.

The next day at school, Reeve shows up at the Honors Breakfast but does not sit with Janie. Janie tries to flirt with the boy sitting next to her to...

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