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The Voice on the Radio Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter One Summary

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Chapter One Summary

The Voice on the Radio by Caroline Cooney is the third in the 'Janie' series, a total of four books. Author Cooney weaves a story that centers on a teenage girl and her two families. Janie Johnson, born Jennie Spring, had been kidnapped as a child - lured away by a young and troubled girl, Hannah Johnson, who then had given Jennie to her mother telling her she is her own. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson happily take on the task of raising their granddaughter, treating her as their own. Everything is fine until one day in the cafeteria at school when Janie sees her picture on a milk carton. Now, a year after everything has come to light and the grudging realization by the Spring family that the Johnson parents are blameless, Janie is finding her way.

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