The Face on the Milk Carton (Janie Johnson, #1)

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The Face on the Milk Carton (Janie Johnson, #1) ➥ [Ebook] ➠ The Face on the Milk Carton (Janie Johnson, #1) By Caroline B. Cooney ➯ – Polishdarling.co.uk The Face On The Milk Carton Looks Like An Ordinary Little Girl Hair In Tight Pigtails, A Dress With A Narrow White Collar, A Three Year Old Who Was Kidnapped Than Twelve Years Ago From A Shopping Mall The Face On The Milk on the PDF/EPUB Ä Carton Looks Like An Ordinary Little Girl Hair In Tight Pigtails, A Dress With A Narrow White Collar, A Three Year Old Who Was Kidnapped Than Twelve Years Ago From A The Face PDF/EPUB or Shopping Mall In New JerseyAs Fifteen Year Old Janie Johnson Stares At The Milk Carton, She Feels Overcome With Shock She Knows That Little Girl Is She But How Could It Be True Janie Can T Believe Face on the eBook ¸ That Her Loving Parents Kidnapped Her, Until She Begins To Piece Together Clues That Don T Make Sense Why Are There No Pictures Of Janie Before She Was Four Her Parents Have Always Said They Didn T Have A Camera Now That Explanation Sounds Feeble Something Is Terribly Wrong, And Janie Is Afraid To Find Out What Happened Than Twelve Years AgoIn This Gripping Page Turner, The Reader Will Unravel As Janie Does The Twisted Events That Changed The Lives Of Two Families Forever.

    The Face on the Milk Carton Kindle ✓ on the Have A Camera Now That Explanation Sounds Feeble Something Is Terribly Wrong, And Janie Is Afraid To Find Out What Happened Than Twelve Years AgoIn This Gripping Page Turner, The Reader Will Unravel As Janie Does The Twisted Events That Changed The Lives Of Two Families Forever."/>
  • Hardcover
  • 192 pages
  • The Face on the Milk Carton (Janie Johnson, #1)
  • Caroline B. Cooney
  • English
  • 21 July 2017
  • 038532328X

About the Author: Caroline B. Cooney

Caroline Cooney knew in sixth on the PDF/EPUB Ä grade that she wanted to be a writer when the best teacher I ever had in my life made writing her main focus He used to rip off covers from The The Face PDF/EPUB or New Yorker and pass them around and make us write a short story on whichever cover we got I started writing then and never stopped When her children were young, Caroline started writing books for young people Face on the eBook ¸ with rem Caroline Cooney knew in sixth grade that she wanted to be a writer when the best teacher I ever had in my life made writing her main focus He used to rip off covers from The New Yorker and pass them around and make us write a short story on whichever cover we got I started writing then and never stopped When her children were young, Caroline started writing books for young people with remarkable results She began to sell stories to Seventeen magazine and soon after began writing books Suspense novels are her favorites to read and write In a suspense novel, you can count on action To keep her stories realistic, Caroline visits many schools outside of her area, learningabout teenagers all the time She often organizes what she calls a plotting game, in which students work together to create plots for stories Caroline lives in Westbrook, Connecticut and when she s not writing she volunteers at a hospital, plays piano for the school musicals and daydreams .



10 thoughts on “The Face on the Milk Carton (Janie Johnson, #1)

  1. Erin Erin says:

    man, there are some HATERS on this front pagelisten if you loved this book when you were in middle school, it sure as hell wasn t because you thought the literary style was articulate and composed it was because you were in middle school, and therefore an angsty teen who wished you too could discover your lame parents weren t actually related to you by blood everybody wants to find out they ve been kidnapped when they re that age it s WAY cooler tha...

  2. karen karen says:

    so i had to read this for the banned books portion of my teen r a class, and i am convinced that this wasn t banned by parents or terrible librarians, but by the students themselves who were like noooooo , don t make us read this it is soooo ba zoring because it is truly.this could have been a five page book oh shit, i was kidnapped when i was three let me ask my parents and if they are not forthcoming with the info, then i will go to the library and do some research end of tale so i had...

  3. Maria Elmvang Maria Elmvang says:

    Excellent concept, not so excellent execution The plot idea is absolutely thrilling suddenly realising that your parents are actually not your parents, but that you ve been kidnapped, not knowing how to react, who to turn to or who to trust.Unfortunately Caroline Cooney s didn t quite have the skills to pull it off, and therefore the writing seemed occasionally choppy and the emotions unrealistic.Still, the story itself was really interesting, so I definitely want to read the rest of the seri Excellent concept, not so excellent execution The plot idea is absolutely thrilling sudden...

  4. Dana Kenedy (Dana and the Books) Dana Kenedy (Dana and the Books) says:

    From what I can recall, I enjoyed it a lot when I was 11 or 12 I remember reading this book very quickly and being quite creeped out at the premise

  5. Sarai Sarai says:

    Toward the end of the book Janie has the thought that this situation is going to go on forever I m with you, Janie This book went on foreverrrrrrrrr.I listened to the book on CD based on a referral from a 5th grader during my school visits, who told me this was an awesome book And I m glad he liked it For me, it was excruciating She loves her family, she hates her family, she loves her family She s a wretched wretched girl because she allowed someone to buy her from her family with a sunda Toward the end of the book ...

  6. N.N. Light N.N. Light says:

    Why I love it I was shocked to see that one of my favorite books from the 1990 s is a banned book I guess with the subject matter, people don t want kids reading this Listen, I don t want eight year olds reading this either It s geared for teens and sheds light on a very real subject matter child abduction Back in the late 1980 s, there was a lot of child kidnappings going on So much so, the government came up with putting missing children s pictures on milk cartons as a way to catch the Why I love it I was shocked to see that one of my favorite books from the 1990 s is a banned book I guess with the subject matter, people don t want kids reading this Listen, I don t want eight year olds reading this either It s geared for teens and sheds light on a very real subject matter child abduction Back in the late 1980 s, there was a lot of child kidnappings going on So muc...

  7. Mandy Mandy says:

    My favorite book as a little girl I always thought it would be scary to see my own picture on a milk carton and wonder if I d been kidnapped My daughter checked it out to read and I can t wait to see what she thinks of it

  8. Sarah Sarah says:

    Rather contrived plot,it struck me as being the literary equivalent of a paint by numbers picture It was almost as though the author sketched an outline and then proceeded to fill in the blanks I know English teachers always harp about pre writing with an outline but who really does...

  9. Mariah Mariah says:

    I can t believe I never rated this book I read this in middle school and loved it

  10. Chris Blocker Chris Blocker says:

    I was in the sixth grade We were having one of those Scholastic book orders that made reading so exciting This book caught my attention What could becaptivating than a book about a kid finding out they re kidnapped I begged my mom to order it and she did Shortly thereafter, the book was in my hands, and suddenly I was ashamed I was a boy on the verge of junior high school I watched sports, liked cars and video games I was too cool for a book with a pig tailed girl on the cover.So I was in the sixth grade We were having one of those Scholastic book orders that made reading so exciting This book caught my attention What could becaptivating than a book about a kid finding out they re kidnapped I begged my mom to order it and she did Shortly thereafter, the book was in my hands, and suddenly I was ashamed I was a boy on the verge of junior high school I watched sports, liked cars and video games I was too cool for a book with a pig tailed girl on the cover.Some time later that year, this kid named Joey mentioned the book He was cool He asked if I d read it Was this a trap I have a copy but only because my mom wanted to read it, I said He said he d read the book and it was awesome, that I should definitely read it Again, part of me...

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10 thoughts on “The Face on the Milk Carton (Janie Johnson, #1)

  1. Erin Erin says:

    man, there are some HATERS on this front pagelisten if you loved this book when you were in middle school, it sure as hell wasn t because you thought the literary style was articulate and composed it was because you were in middle school, and therefore an angsty teen who wished you too could discover your lame parents weren t actually related to you by blood everybody wants to find out they ve been kidnapped when they re that age it s WAY cooler tha...


  2. karen karen says:

    so i had to read this for the banned books portion of my teen r a class, and i am convinced that this wasn t banned by parents or terrible librarians, but by the students themselves who were like noooooo , don t make us read this it is soooo ba zoring because it is truly.this could have been a five page book oh shit, i was kidnapped when i was three let me ask my parents and if they are not forthcoming with the info, then i will go to the library and do some research end of tale so i had...


  3. Maria Elmvang Maria Elmvang says:

    Excellent concept, not so excellent execution The plot idea is absolutely thrilling suddenly realising that your parents are actually not your parents, but that you ve been kidnapped, not knowing how to react, who to turn to or who to trust.Unfortunately Caroline Cooney s didn t quite have the skills to pull it off, and therefore the writing seemed occasionally choppy and the emotions unrealistic.Still, the story itself was really interesting, so I definitely want to read the rest of the seri Excellent concept, not so excellent execution The plot idea is absolutely thrilling sudden...


  4. Dana Kenedy (Dana and the Books) Dana Kenedy (Dana and the Books) says:

    From what I can recall, I enjoyed it a lot when I was 11 or 12 I remember reading this book very quickly and being quite creeped out at the premise


  5. Sarai Sarai says:

    Toward the end of the book Janie has the thought that this situation is going to go on forever I m with you, Janie This book went on foreverrrrrrrrr.I listened to the book on CD based on a referral from a 5th grader during my school visits, who told me this was an awesome book And I m glad he liked it For me, it was excruciating She loves her family, she hates her family, she loves her family She s a wretched wretched girl because she allowed someone to buy her from her family with a sunda Toward the end of the book ...


  6. N.N. Light N.N. Light says:

    Why I love it I was shocked to see that one of my favorite books from the 1990 s is a banned book I guess with the subject matter, people don t want kids reading this Listen, I don t want eight year olds reading this either It s geared for teens and sheds light on a very real subject matter child abduction Back in the late 1980 s, there was a lot of child kidnappings going on So much so, the government came up with putting missing children s pictures on milk cartons as a way to catch the Why I love it I was shocked to see that one of my favorite books from the 1990 s is a banned book I guess with the subject matter, people don t want kids reading this Listen, I don t want eight year olds reading this either It s geared for teens and sheds light on a very real subject matter child abduction Back in the late 1980 s, there was a lot of child kidnappings going on So muc...


  7. Mandy Mandy says:

    My favorite book as a little girl I always thought it would be scary to see my own picture on a milk carton and wonder if I d been kidnapped My daughter checked it out to read and I can t wait to see what she thinks of it


  8. Sarah Sarah says:

    Rather contrived plot,it struck me as being the literary equivalent of a paint by numbers picture It was almost as though the author sketched an outline and then proceeded to fill in the blanks I know English teachers always harp about pre writing with an outline but who really does...


  9. Mariah Mariah says:

    I can t believe I never rated this book I read this in middle school and loved it


  10. Chris Blocker Chris Blocker says:

    I was in the sixth grade We were having one of those Scholastic book orders that made reading so exciting This book caught my attention What could becaptivating than a book about a kid finding out they re kidnapped I begged my mom to order it and she did Shortly thereafter, the book was in my hands, and suddenly I was ashamed I was a boy on the verge of junior high school I watched sports, liked cars and video games I was too cool for a book with a pig tailed girl on the cover.So I was in the sixth grade We were having one of those Scholastic book orders that made reading so exciting This book caught my attention What could becaptivating than a book about a kid finding out they re kidnapped I begged my mom to order it and she did Shortly thereafter, the book was in my hands, and suddenly I was ashamed I was a boy on the verge of junior high school I watched sports, liked cars and video games I was too cool for a book with a pig tailed girl on the cover.Some time later that year, this kid named Joey mentioned the book He was cool He asked if I d read it Was this a trap I have a copy but only because my mom wanted to read it, I said He said he d read the book and it was awesome, that I should definitely read it Again, part of me...


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