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

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What are some inferences someone can make from the first chapter?

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In The Face on the Milk Carton by Caroline B. Cooney, some inferences that one can make from the first chapter is that Janie Johnson has had a happy and normal childhood and that she is a well-adjusted teenager who lives in a loving and nurturing home. We can also infer that her parents love one another, just as they love Janie. The author writes,

Setting themselves up like a debate team, her mother and father would argue until some invisible marital timer rang. Then they would come to terms, rushing to meet in the middle.

Janie does well in school. She has a caring group of friends with whom she eats lunch every day. They have...

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