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The Face on the Milk Carton Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 10 Summary

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Chapter 10 Summary

Emotionally and physically exhausted, Janie wakes up from her sleep feeling the burden of new and additional questions. The relief that Janie felt the night before disappears when she wakes up the next day. Janie realizes that the story that her grandparents have told her still does not explain Jennie Spring's picture on the milk carton. Janie wonders if her grandparents were so distraught by losing Hannah that they kidnapped her to replace their real daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson are apprehensive now that Janie knows everything. They are still worried about Janie's reaction, especially now that she has had the chance to think more about the situation. At breakfast, they ask if she has any more questions, but Janie does not ask anything else. The family attempts to regain a sense of normalcy as they leave to face their separate days. Reeve offers Janie a ride...

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