What Janie Found (Janie Johnson #4)
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While going through the paid bills, Janie finds a file about Hannah. And what she finds is hard for her to process.
It seems that her father has been sending money to Hannah for years. Despite all the trouble she put her parents through with the cult, he still worried about her.
And all it did was make Janie angry.
Janie found the addr ...more
Janie's "adoptive" father has had a heart attack and stroke. Her mother thinks this is a great idea to teach Janie about the paperwork involved in running a household, with the unfortunate side-effect that Janie discovers her father has been sending quarterly payments to Janie's kidnapper, Hannah. With her father unable to communicate, Jani ...more
Whole groups of sentences are just copied and pasted through books, which just screams laziness to me. Second, there are multiple plot points that are inconsistent. Stephen's feelings toward Janie shift without reason from each interaction they've had, over protective p ...more
Needless to say, this book felt an unnecessary part of the series. This fourth part in the series is about Janie finding out something about her " ...more
In this one, Janie, her brother Brian, and ex-boyfriend Reeve travel to Colorado to visit brother Stephen. At least on the surface. What's actually happening is that Janie has discovered that her father, Frank Johnson, the "kidnap father", has been sending checks to Janie's kidnapper/Frank's biological daughter Hannah for years, and Janie's seeking her out (the checks are delivered ...more
There are also some plot retcons in this book. Suddenly, the Spring kids grew up with cell phones instead ...more
Janie is still "recovering" from Reeve's betrayal in The Voice on the Radio when Frank Johnson suffers a bad stroke. Suddenly she finds herself spending the summer going through her father's office, trying to piece together her parents' finances, and helping Miranda make decisions concerning their future. Fortunately, she has begun to m ...more
Janie wants to confront Hannah and ask her some questions, and gets Brian and Reeve to go along with her. Stephen, also from her 'other' family, is the one they visit, since Hannah seems to be in the same city that he is.
Reeve and Brian try to convince her that finding Hannah is not really a good idea. For one thing, it could ...more
By: Caroline B. Cooney
This is one remarkably outstanding book that I had to read ever. It deals with a girl named Janie who in terms find out that she was kidnapped by a girl named Hannah. Hannah kidnapped Janie and ran away from her own family. Hannah gave this baby girl in which she kidnapped to her family. Hannah's family has no clue that their baby girl, Janie was kidnapped. Our story also starts from Stephen's view point, because it starts out with him beginning co ...more
I didn't really like this book. The author's thoughts were not organized. There is dialouge then a pause to describe what the person was thinking. Then, there would be a flashback or something that the speaker liked. The chapters were confusing as well. One scene would be about Janie, then t ...more
What Janie Found by Caroline B Cooney is the thrilling 4th and last book in the series the Face On The Milk Carton.
Janie has just finished the stress of staying with her real family or her fake. However, Janie's pain isn't over yet.
Janie again has chosen her fake parents, but her fake father has sadly suffered stroke and is in the hospital. And now, Janie is in charge of the bills. But when Janie finds a folder labeled H.J it can only mean one thing, Hannah Javenson, her kidnapp ...more
Cooney has a gift for capturing adolescence: the conflicting ...more
Janie found a folder on Hannah (her kidnapper and the Johnson's daughter) while sorting through bills and folders in her Conneticuit dad's desk. Reeve and Brian also saw the folder, and the expression on Janie ...more
The discovery ...more
This is the fourth book in the Janie Johnson series and may contain spoilers for the first three books.
It’s been many years since I last read any of the books in this series. I remember the first book, The Face on the Milk Carton, making a big impression on me. I probably read it around the time it came out, and I vaguely remember the TV movie starring Kellie Martin too. How horrific would it be to see your own face as a missing kid on a milk carton, to realize that the paren...more
When her children were young, Caroline started writing books for young people -- with rem ...more
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