|The Face on the Milk Carton
||[Jan. 4th, 2013|10:09 pm]
Are you a fan of Carolyn B. Cooney's series about Janie Johnson? (First book: The Face on the Milk Carton). |
My GF is squeeing and all sorts of happy because she just got hold of the brand new book in the series which isn't even supposed to be on the shelves for another week. Are you going to run out and pester your book dealer to get you a copy of Janie Face to Face? It's the thrilling conclusion to the series, dont-ya-know.
There's another book in the series?? I only read the first book but I have the others. Maybe I should start reading them.
I loved that series when I was in middle school. I only read the first four, though. Had no idea there were more after that.
I read two of them in elementary school. I liked them then, but haven't given them a thought since.
I got the first one through like a school book fair or something and liked it, but never read the rest. Now you have piqued my interest. No idea that so long afterward cooney was still writing.
I know I read the first one when I was a teenager, and maybe the second one, but I guess I lost interest along the way. I can't believe she's still writing the series, weren't those books from the '90s?
I enjoyed the books when I read them in middle school or elementary school, whenever it was.
Wow, yea I need to get it now. I just reread the series a couple weeks ago as it's between semesters and I'm pretty bored. Yay!
I didn't realize they were still adding to that series. Holy crap.
I liked the first a lot. I thought the second was okay, but not great, so I lost interest in reading the rest. I'm glad your GF's so excited, it's nice that there's finally a conclusion to the series after so long.
I read The Face on the Milk Carton when I was really young. Jr High, if not younger. I had no idea there were more.
Loved these books in middle school. I had no idea there was a new one. I may have to look into finding a free download of that.
I read the first four years ago when I was a teenager. I haven't really thought much about them since.