Did you read this book as a kid?
Not sure why, but I woke up with The Face on the Milk Carton in my head. Guess those brain neurons took a break from random play on the jukebox and decided to spontaneously pick a book off my brain’s shelf. Anyway, it’s a Young Adult book about a high school girl who flips over a milk carton and finds her childhood photo staring back at her from under the MISSING banner. It was one of my favorite books as a kid.
And guess what? I looked up the author’s biography – and she lives 30 minutes from me in Fort Mill, South Carolina! Talk about random.
A three-egg omelet stuffed with arugula and goat cheese. Plus buttahed toast.
Thought of the Day:
“The seaweed is always greener in someone else’s lake.” – Sebastian
I remember loving that book! I read it in middle school as part of our banned book unit (my middle school was quite progressive!) and gave a presentation on why many schools banned it and why or why not that was a good decision on their part.