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What Janie found

by Caroline B. Cooney

  • 350 Want to read
  • 9 Currently reading

Published by Delacorte Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Kidnapping -- Fiction,
  • Parent and child -- Fiction,
  • Identity -- Fiction

  • About the Edition

    While still adjusting to the reality of having two families, her birth family and the family into which she was kidnapped as a small child, seventeen-year-old Janie makes a shocking discovery about her long-gone kidnapper.

    Edition Notes

    Sequel to: Whatever happened to Janie?

    StatementCaroline B. Cooney.
    GenreFiction.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ7.C7834 Wg 2000
    The Physical Object
    Pagination181 p. ;
    Number of Pages181
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL43382M
    ISBN 100385326114
    LC Control Number99037409
    OCLC/WorldCa41924738

    This is the fourth book in the Janie Johnson series, which began in Despite its age, the series still has fans. Like in other books, Cooney creates emotional tension and suspense that keeps readers going/5(10). What Janie Found () About book: So far in this book, Janie Johnson has been thinking about her Conneticuit father who's in the hospital because he had a stroke and a heart attack. Reeve, Janie's neighbor, and Brian, Janie's brother, were staying with Janie and her Conneticuit mother throughout the beginning of the found a folder on Hannah (her kidnapper and .

    Janie Patton has been taking care of Kingwood's skin care needs since While Janie, aka the extraction queen is more than likely the most thorough aesthetician in the Kingwood area, her attention to detail doesn't stop at just facial concerns. Waxing is at the top of the list for the "Great American Eyebrow". No thin brows here. What Janie Found by Cooney, Caroline B Book The Fast Free Shipping. $ Free shipping. What Janie Found Cooney, Caroline B. Mass Market Paperback Used - Very Good. $ Free shipping. What Janie Found by Cooney, Caroline B. $ Free shipping. Whatever Happened to Janie? by Caroline B. Cooney. $Seller Rating: % positive.

    Get this from a library! What Janie found.. [Caroline B Cooney] -- While still adjusting to the reality of having two families, her birth family and the family into which she was kidnapped as a small child, seventeen-year-old Janie makes a shocking discovery about. Companion books: The face on the milk carton -- Whatever happened to Janie? -- The voice on the radio -- What Janie found. Performer(s): Narrated by Alyssa Bresnahan. Target Audience: Recommended for listeners ages 12 and up. Description: 5 audio discs (5 hr.): digital ; 4 3/4 in. Responsibility: by Caroline B. Cooney.


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What Janie found by Caroline B. Cooney Download PDF EPUB FB2

What Janie Found is the final conclusion to the JANIE Quartet. The story of Janie Johnson first began with Caroline B. Cooney's The Face on the Milk Carton, a book that was made into a TV movie about a teenager who recognizes her own three-year-old face on a milk carton and discovers that she had been kidnapped years before/5.

"What Janie Found" was one of the 3 sequels to the book "The Face on the Milk Carton". It is once again about Janie. Some other characters are Reeve, Janie's ex-boyfriend, Mrs. Johnson, Janie's "mother", Stephen, Janie's older brother, and 5/5(5).

16 quotes from What Janie Found (Janie Johnson, #4): ‘But I found my family.I found the right thing to do.I found the way home.’ Rate this book. Clear rating. 1 of 5 stars 2 of 5 stars 3 of 5 stars 4 of 5 stars 5 of 5 stars. What Janie Found by Caroline B. Cooney 6, ratings, average rating, reviews Open Preview What Janie Author: Caroline B.

Cooney. Janie’s two families appear to have made peace. Life seems almost normal. She’s even decided to speak to her former boyfriend, Reeve, again.

But then Janie’s Connecticut father suffers a sudden stroke, and this tragedy leaves her mother reeling. Janie must step in to manage family finances and to support her mother emotionally. While handling her father’s business matters, /5(11).

Readers who followed Janie's trail from the first discovery of her real family to her final decision about which name to use are in for even more revelations in What Janie Found. As Cooney's latest book opens, Janie is as angry as she has ever been.

Johnson has had a stroke; Janie is paying bills for him when she comes across a file and. In this fourth book in the series that began with The Face on the Milk Carton, "Cooney remains a master of the gossipy, insider-style narration, and she never tips her hand," wrote PW. "The answer to 'what Janie found' will keep readers guessing all /5(42).

About What Janie Found. In the vein of psychological thrillers like We Were Liars, Girl on the Train, and Beware That Girl, bestselling author Caroline Cooney’s JANIE series delivers on every y and suspense blend seamlessly with issues of family, friendship and love to offer an emotionally evocative thrill ride of a read.

The Jennie Spring/Janie Johnson series is a series of a young adult novels written by Caroline B. Cooney. The series consists of: 1 The Face on the Milk Carton. 2 Whatever Happened to Janie.

3 The Voice on the Radio. 4 What Janie Found. 5 Janie Face To Face. 9 External links. The Face on the Milk Carton. Main article: The Face on the Milk Carton.

Janie Johnson is a fictional character in a series of books by author Caroline B. book's titles are The Face on the Milk Carton (), Whatever Happened to Janie.

(), The Voice on the Radio (), What Janie Found (), What Created by: Caroline B. Cooney. Find books like What Janie Found (Janie Johnson, #4) from the world’s largest community of readers.

Goodreads members who liked What Janie Found (Janie J. Janie's two families appear to have made peace. Life seems almost normal.

Janie has even decided to speak to her former boyfriend, Reeve, again. But then Janie's Connecticut father suffers a sudden stroke, and this tragedy leaves her mother reeling. Janie must step in to manage family finances and to support her mother emotionally.

While handling her father's business /5(8). Editions for What Janie Found: (Paperback published in ), (Kindle Edition), X (Paperback published in ), (Hardcove. The fist book that I read of caroline b.

cooney's was the face on the milk carton. it was good but now i am off my point. what janie found was ok. i would rather caroline b. cooney stick to the mystery/horror type.

these are just boring. in what janie found there wasn't much suspense. at first i was like: well its the beginning and it will get /5. Get this from a library. What Janie found. [Caroline B Cooney] -- While still adjusting to the reality of having two families, her birth family and the family into which she was kidnapped as a small child, seventeen-year-old Janie makes a shocking discovery about.

She has seen materialism and power become the centre point of the men she has been involved with. She killed Tea Cake out of self-defense even though she loved him.

Janie realizes that the discovery of her independence has made her resilient and, in the end, knows herself better than she ever has before; she feels a sense of peace.

‎Janie Johnson has been on an emotional roller-coaster ride ever since she saw her face on the side of a milk carton. At first she thought the people she called Mom and Dad had kidnapped her. Then she learned they were only trying to protect her.

Finally, she had to get acquainted with another whole. Billed as the conclusion to the saga that began with The Face on the Milk Carton (), this soapy drama ends with some wounds healed, but the characters and plot lines suspended in thin Rocky Mountain air.

Raised by a Connecticut couple who believed themselves to be her grandparents, but were actually the mother and father of Hannah, her kidnapper, Janie has.

What Janie Found | In the vein of psychological thrillers like We Were Liars, Girl on the Train, and Beware That Girl, bestselling author Caroline Cooney's JANIE series delivers on every level. Mystery and suspense blend seamlessly with issues of family, friendship and love to offer an emotionally evocative thrill ride of a : Ember.

Author Caroline B. Cooney This book has pgs -Caroline is the author of many novels, she is also an author of time trology. She was born on May10, she went to Greenwhich High School.

Caroline wrote over 10 books. GENRE: What Janie Found is speculative fiction and thats. In striving to enrich the lives of all readers, TeachingBooks supports the First Amendment and celebrates the right to read. What Janie Found - Ebook written by Caroline B.

Cooney. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read What Janie Found/5(28).Online library archive for easy reading any ebook for free anywhere right on the internet.

Listen to books in audio format.The most prevalent themes in Their Eyes Were Watching God involve Janie's search for unconditional, true, and fulfilling love.

She experiences different kinds of love throughout her life. As a result of her quest for this love, Janie gains her own independence and personal freedom, which makes her a true heroine in the novel.