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Please list the most important features in The Face on the Milk Carton in chronolocical...
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The most important features in the story The Face on the Milk Carton are as follows:
-Janie sees her picture on a milk carton and learns she ahs been kidnapped.
-Janie begins to experience body movements that are disassociated from her thoughts as she tries to process the situation.
-Janie snoops in the attic and finds a container that has the dress she had on in the milk carton picture along with information about someone named Hannah.
-Janie becomes distressed when her mother does not show Janie her birth certificate.
-Janie's parents reveal they are her grandparents and had taken her away from their daughter to keep Janie safe from a cult.
-Janie and the boy next door skip school and go to new Jersey where at a distance Janie sees her brothers who also have red hair.
-Reeve tells his sister the problem.
-Janie learns that Hannah had kidnapped her and that she is not really related by blood to the people who have raised her so lovingly.
-Janie tries to bottle up the situation in order to protect the people she knows as her parents.
-Janie finally tells her parents the truth about Hannah having kidnapped her.
-Reeve's sister comes and meets with them and offers to help.
-Janie picks up the phone and calls her natural mother and tells her that she is her daughter.
Posted by mkcapen1 on September 22, 2010 at 7:49 AM (Answer #1)
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