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Friday, September 17, 2010

Face on the milk carton

The problem that Jennie  is dealing with internally is asking who are her real parents.  Some of the decisions she's making aren't the best, however the reason why she's making them is to piece together clues of who are her actual parents.  The external problem would be the character's friends telling her  that she's overreacting because she was kidnapped at such a young age.  It doesn't take long however for Jennie to piece together information that leads to her past.

1 comment:

  1. I think it would suck to not know who your parents are. It would be one of the biggest emotional challenges in my life. I dont agree that she is over reacting about getting kidnapped, it is a big deal and people will remember it for as long as they live.


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