Whatever Happened to Janie?

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  • Title: Whatever Happened to Janie?
  • Author: Caroline B. Cooney
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  • Page: 395
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  1. What normal decent person swaps families as easily as a pair of ice skates says fifteen year old Janie Johnson, or should I say Jennie Springs In the first book, The Face On the Milk Carton, Janie recognizes her face on a milk carton as a three year old girl who was taken from a mall in New Jersey twelve years ago She finds out that her parents are really her adoptive parents and Janie Johnson was kidnapped before she even met the Johnson s So who s to blame It s Hannah Hannah Javensen, the John [...]


  2. Seeing this one through my adult eye view, it s a little bit easier to empathize with Janie As a kid, I thought she was such an ungrateful brat And seriously, when they contacted her birth family in the last book, what did she think was going to happen They were going to tell the Johnsons, whose daughter Hannah KIDNAPPED HER from them, Yeah, we don t want her back You can keep the daughter who was kidnapped from the shopping center at age 3 We have four other kids, we know you ll love and take c [...]


  3. I don t remember what happened to Janie, but knowing Caroline B Cooney , it was something excessively dramatic.


  4. Three year old Jennie Spring was kidnapped by the daughter of the Javenson family The Johnson family who was originally the Javenson s renamed Jennie to Janie Spring Janie has been told she is allergic to milk so she never paid much attention to milk, but one day at school she takes her friend, Sarah Charlotte, milk carton and discovers the missing little girl s face and believes that it could be her possibly She doesn t believe it at first and thinks it might be a mistake but then she starts to [...]


  5. In some ways, this is actually better than the first book, The Face on the Milk Carton Janie s been told she has to go live with her birth family, and this opens up the delightfully awful complexity of what family really is Being a person who staunchly opposes the idea that family only means the people who share your DNA, I really like that Cooney took the time to examine this Your blood family will always be a part of who are you, even if you haven t known them most of your life, but they aren [...]


  6. Even better than the first book.The first one was about finding answers to mysteries This one is about finding a different kind of answers Answers to things like what now and how do we go on Questions that never have simple answers.And this book doesn t pretend the answers are easy, and presents real people, who are awful to each other even when they are trying hard not to be.


  7. This book was good as the first You can t wait to see what happens, you feel emotionally torn like Janie it s a book series that explores difficult emotions and the reality that there is so much complexity to any issue You have to do what s best for you, even if it s not best for the majority There aren t awards for suffering and that suffering hurts the people you re trying to protect that in any reality, there are Multiple considerations to consider Like book1, I m desperate to immediately sta [...]


  8. I feel like I have invested myself enough into the series that I have to keep reading Although, I did find myself enjoying the second book in this series much than the first There was still quite a bit of whiplash emotions, highs and lows, and quite a bit of them petty and ridiculous I found myself wondering, what would I have done in this crazy situation When I was fifteen, I felt like I was a grown up and should be able to make my own decisions In fact, I moved out when I was fifteen However, [...]


  9. The Nineties were a special time, full of economic prosperity and invented fears like being kidnapped by a member of Hare Krishna, I guess



  10. I thought it showed a pretty good understanding of how many of the characters would realistically feel, while leaving others undeveloped Toward the end, with the FBI interrogation and the time in New York, that feels a little oddly written and artificial, sometimes weird.


  11. This book is not what I expected I expected a story about someone getting kidnapped, but instead, it was about a girl coming back home from fake parents It kinda lacked action because it was just a storyline about people s feelings for Janie I would not recommend this book.


  12. Overview The book begins with an account of the anguish and fear the Spring family suffered as they dealt with the kidnapping of their daughter The police were unable to find any trace of the little girl and the entire family suffered and grieved for twelve years.In another part of the country, Janie Johnson discovered a picture of a missing girl on the cover of a milk carton and realized it was her face She wrestled with the knowledge and finally revealed the truth to her boyfriend After consul [...]


  13. Janie is now living with the Springs, her biological family She didn t want to because she sees Frank and Miranda Johnson as her parents, even though their daughter kidnapped her and then left her with them Janie was forced to move back into the Springs house because she is still a minor This would be a horrible situation to be in In New Jersey is your biological family, whose lives were torn apart twice Once when you were taken and a second time when you come back But is your return everything [...]


  14. I gave four stars to the first one, this one managed to blow me away.After contacting her real parents, Janie is sent to live with them without contacting home for at least three months Once there, she is nothing like they expected Everyone expected her to be happy to be back, instead she acts depressed and wants her old parents back Her real parents, the Springs, try to compromise, but the problem is the little things like apple juice instead of orange juice in the morning and being expected to [...]


  15. Summary This is the sequel to The Face on the Milk Carton It is what happens to Janie after she finds out everything she does about her parents, where she came from and where she feels like she belongs It is a big test for Janie to she what she really wants as her life has been turned upside down She has to grow up fast as she faces the reality of what happens It is a book about her reaction and she treats those that love her She has to choose what she really wants while she has pressures from a [...]


  16. Whatever Happened to Janie is the continuation of a young girl finding out that she was kidnapped at 3 years old You go thru her emotions of leaving the only family she ever knew to coming back to the family that missed and thought the worst of what happened to Janie I liked the second one so much better It shows the struggles of all families that we may never think about It was a story that reasonated with me in that my parents divorced at a young age and I went to live with my dad I did howeve [...]


  17. Well, this book was about what I expected Again the mystery was good and I enjoyed how realistic Janie Jennie s reactions were The family interactions were spot on, I could really feel for all the characters I d say as far as mystery goes this book wasn t as intriguing, but still a good read and a good sequel.It had by far less sexual innuendos and references compared to the first book, but enough I wouldn t advise this for anyone who considers that against their moral beliefs To be honest, for [...]


  18. Where first book lacked in dynamics this one nailed it.From the first few chapters it was so emotional and intense I didn t believe it was written by the same person I have a feeling that if this two were in one peace it would be so much read than it is.I will think oof every person who meets Janie and her Connecticut family and doesn t die inside at the beginning of the book as a robot.A metal,cruel,programmed machine And I m still dealing with the fact that I get emotional over book then ove [...]


  19. As I finished book one, I did feel compelled to continue on As the title states, I the reader DID wonder whatever happened to Janie It was an interesting, and sad, read Just a happy sad situation, imaginary as it was I think I liked this book better than the first There wasn t as much random thoughts from Janie which rubbed me wrong in the first book There was much closure to this book, than book one as well I might have been happy calling it quits here, but a short portion of the next book was [...]


  20. It probably didn t help that I read this out of order, but I thought it was just a stand alone novel The main character is moody and dramatic, which got annoying quickly Instead of being happy over being with her really family she is a constant state of indecision about going back to the kidnappers or staying This book got boring very quickly and I found myself struggling to read this Would not recommend.


  21. Just good that I had this second part of the series as well, cause after I finished the first book I wanted to know what happenend after Jamie finally called her real parents.The feeling of homesickness was understandable for me, I ve lived in a foreign family for a year as well and it s just different from being really home.But I think they could have found a compromise where both families would have been happier But it s just a book after all.


  22. I think I actually liked this book better than the first in the series The first one is a classic and wonderfully written but Caroline Cooney never reveals what really happens to Janie that story is reserved for this book I think it was well done and realistically written and I m thoroughly enjoying re reading these books.


  23. As the sequel to The Face on The Milk Carton, this book continues the story of Janie Johnson, who one day sees her face on the side of a milk carton, and next to it, MISSING This book was equally as good as the first, and anyone who has already read the Face on The Milk Carton knows that it is impossible NOT to read the sequel


  24. I ll be honest, I liked the first part better.Although it was interesting to see the transition from Janie to Jennie, I found this book to be lacking a bit on the mystery side Whereas the first book ended in a twist, this one just ended on a note I wish the third one gets interesting


  25. What if you found your face posted as missing What would you do That is the life of Janie Johnston or should I say Jennie Spring As the nightmare continues Janie s life begins to spiral out of control What will she do