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The Face on the Milk Carton Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 11 Summary

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Chapter 11 Summary

Reeve thinks that Janie is overreacting to the milk carton, since there are millions of little girls with the same polka-dot dress. Janie ignores him and studies the map of New Jersey. During the drive, Reeve opens up to Janie about his childhood and growing up in the shadow of his siblings. Janie does not comment on what Reeve has said because she is too wrapped up in what she is about to do. When they finally arrive in New Jersey, they stop at a gas station and look up the Springs' address in the phone book. Janie intends for them to drive past the house, but instead they are stopped behind a school bus only a block down the street. Three boys with red hair, much like Janie's hair, get off the school bus and walk to the Springs' home. Janie is upset that these boys...

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