The Face on the Milk Carton - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14 Summary

After her grandfather's team wins the soccer game, Janie wants to go out for pizza with Reeve. Her grandparents agree to let Reeve drive her to school the next day, but they want to take Janie out for pizza by themselves. Janie suddenly remembers a prayer during dinner, which disturbs her because her grandparents are not religious. Later that night, Janie writes a letter to the Springs in her notebook. Janie falls asleep during English class the next day. Finding it difficult to concentrate, Janie keeps putting her own return address on the envelopes that she is addressing for Students Against Drunk Driving. Reeve drives Janie to the Scenic Overlook after school, but she cannot stop thinking about New Jersey. Janie tells Reeve how she blames herself for the kidnapping, and she also tells him that she loves him.

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