The Face on the Milk Carton by Caroline B. Cooney, Caroline Bruce

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Describe Janie in detail

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Initially, Janie is a happy, carefree young lady. She leads a good home life, with loving parents there to guide and protect her. In common with many people of her age, Janie has a very vivid imagination and a strong sense of curiosity about the world around her. And it's this particular characteristic of hers which leads her to discover the disturbing truth about her background. Those parents with whom she's lived such a happy, fulfilling life—Mr. and Mrs. Johnson—are not really her parents after all. Janie finds out that she was kidnapped at the...

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