The Face on the Milk Carton - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13 Summary

Janie's grandparents and Reeve's parents are all angry at them for running away. The Johnsons have explained the situation with Hannah to the Shields. When Janie explains that Reeve was helping her, Reeve's mother is then proud of him. Janie's grandparents are relieved that she has returned home, and all is forgiven. Janie's grandmother makes her promise that she will never hurt her as Hannah did. Janie wakes up in the middle of the night still thinking about Jennie Spring. The next morning, Mrs. Johnson is afraid to leave the house to tutor because she doesn't know if Janie will be there when she returns home. Janie promises again that she will be there after school, so her grandmother leaves for the day. At school, Reeve and Janie blow each other kisses, leaving everyone to tease them for being in love. At the library, Janie is reading...

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