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  • Walk Two Moons
    The primary narrator of Walk Two Moons is Salamanca Tree Hiddle, or Sal. She tells the story in two parts. One part is of her life in Euclid, Ohio, after she and her father moved there from...

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    Sal tells us this story at the end of the first chapter, called “A Face at the Window.” She says that when they lived in the old farmhouse, her parents were taking the time to restore it. This...

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    In Walk Two Moons, by Sharon Creech, Sal and her grandparents are traveling across the country to Idaho in order to visit her mother. They make several sightseeing stops on the way, including one...

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    The theme of Walk Two Moons is dealing with the loss of a loved one. In the novel, three characters lose their mothers in different ways. How they deal with that loss is dealt with by interweaving...

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    Sal’s Gram and Gramps Hiddle are an unpredictable pair. They have a peculiar line of reasoning for decision-making that doesn’t always make sense to others. In Chapter 5, Sal tells about a trip...

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  • Walk Two Moons
    Sal and her father were from Bybanks, Kentucky, originally. After Sal’s mother left and it is determined that she is not coming back, Sal’s father moved himself and Sal to Euclid, Ohio. Sal...

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    Sal is traveling across the northern plains with her grandparents. They are on their way to Idaho to see her mother. Along the way, Sal tells stories about her friend Phoebe, who still lives in...

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  • Walk Two Moons
    Sergeant Bickle listens patiently to Phoebe’s story of her mother being kidnapped. While he does not believe her, he does see that she has been through a hard time after her mother has left. He...

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    Sal believes Gramps is taking her along to see where her mother is resting because he knows that Sal wants to see her but is afraid to go. Gramps is going to give her some moral support. In other...

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    When Ben touches Sal, she feels tingles and reflexively jerks away. He tests her a few times, and each time she pulls away without thinking anything about it. Ben makes fun of her for this, but Sal...

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    Sal sees Phoebe as a parallel version of herself. Both have had their mothers leave them, and Sal initially reacted to this in the same way that Phoebe does. Both girls rationalize the desertions,...

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    It is not until Chapter 42 that the reader discovers the reason that Sal’s mother is not coming back. Until then, there are some hints and clues, but at no time until this chapter does the reader...

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    Moody Blue, the dog that Sal had on her farm in Bybanks, Kentucky, had puppies and protected them fiercely. She would not let anyone, not even Sal, touch them when they were first born. When it was...

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  • Walk Two Moons
    Because Walk Two Moons is written from Sal's perspective, we only have what Sal knows to go off of, so it's impossible to know the exact reason why Sal's mother, Chanhassen or Sugar, decided to...

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  • Walk Two Moons
    This is an interesting question because Mrs. Finney is a relatively minor character in Walk Two Moons. To look at these chapters from her point of view changes the experience for the reader quite a...

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  • Walk Two Moons
    Phoebe is convinced, even before her mother disappears, that Mrs. Cadaver is a murderer. She interprets everything (even Mrs. Cadaver’s name) as proof of her theory. When she sees Mrs. Cadaver...

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    Since her mother left, Sal has become more sensitive to others, rather than just concerned about herself. She reflects back on the events that preceded her mother’s leaving. This makes her aware...

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  • Walk Two Moons
    Both Sal and Phoebe have experienced the pain of having their mothers leave home. Sal’s mother, who loved her family but had to get away, left home to go to Idaho. Her reason was that she needed...

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  • Walk Two Moons
    Mrs. Winterbottom’s note to her husband simply stated, “I had to go away. I can’t explain. I’ll call you in a few days.” There was no warning that she was leaving, and so Mr. Winterbottom...

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    There are three distinct settings in Walk Two Moons. The first setting is the route of the road trip Sal goes on with her grandparents from Euclid, Ohio to Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. She tells them...

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    Tom Fleet is the boy who had threatened Sal and her grandparents as they were swimming in a river. He had a knife, but Gramps had Sal show off her skills throwing rocks. Gram was bitten by a water...

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    Phoebe’s mother is not at home, which she usually is. The three notes were for Phoebe, Prudence, and Mr. Winterbottom. Phoebe’s note told her to keep the doors locked and to call her father if...

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    When Sal is visiting Mary Lou Finney’s house, she looks out the window and sees Mrs. Finney lying on top of the garage. Mr. Finney joins her and lies next to her. He puts his arm around his wife...

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  • Walk Two Moons
    There are two separate stories in the novel: one takes place in Sal’s new home of Euclid, Ohio, and the other is on the road with her grandparents, traveling to Idaho. Sal makes it clear from the...

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  • Walk Two Moons
    Phoebe is convinced that her mother has been kidnapped. She cannot believe that her mother would simply walk out and leave them. Yet her mother left notes for her, her sister, and her father, along...

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    Prudence is very self-centered, which Sal notices about all the Winterbottom family. Instead of being concerned about her mother’s departure, or worried that she was kidnapped (as Phoebe...

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    The curly-haired girl that Sal draws and hangs from a tree is Phoebe. Phoebe has been staying the weekend with Sal and her father, and she is being especially impossible. She criticizes everything....

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  • Walk Two Moons
    Sal Hiddle tells her grandparents Phoebe’s story on their trip to Idaho. Sal had moved to Euclid, Ohio, and made friends with Phoebe. Phoebe is a “girl with a powerful imagination,” which she...

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  • Walk Two Moons
    Sal Hiddle and her father are moving from Bybanks, Kentucky, to a new home in Euclid, Ohio, for two reasons. The first reason is that, after Sal’s mother left to go to Idaho and is now not...

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    Phoebe and Sal must both deal with the fact that their mothers voluntarily left their families, though for different reasons. Sal’s mother had a miscarriage and a hysterectomy, which meant she...

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  • Walk Two Moons
    Sal’s mother decides to go to Lewiston, Idaho because she has a cousin who lives there. She wants to see someone who knew her when she was a young girl, before she was a wife and mother, and...

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  • Walk Two Moons
    Mrs. Partridge is the mother of Margaret Cadaver (Sal’s next-door neighbor). They have lived in their house only for about a month. She has been blind for some time, though not from birth. She...

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  • Walk Two Moons
    The main problem in Walk Two Moons is dealing with life-changing loss. In both stories, Sal’s and Phoebe’s, the girls must deal with the “desertion” of their mothers. Both Mrs. Hiddle and...

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    Sal tells us this story in Chapter 18, titled “The Good Man.” Here she talks a lot about her father. When she and her parents lived on the farm in Bybanks, Kentucky, her father enjoyed doing...

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  • Walk Two Moons
    In Phoebe’s story, Phoebe must confront the fact that her mother left for a reason that might not be about Phoebe. Mrs. Winterbottom left notes (and frozen meals) for her family, but she did not...

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  • Walk Two Moons
    Sal occasionally finds that her father has been crying, and she knows the reason. Her father loves her mother very much, and he is finding it difficult to adjust to life without her. Mrs. Hiddle...

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  • Walk Two Moons
    Sal’s mother had ancestors who were Native American, which she was very proud of. However, she did not like the term “Native American” because it sounded “primitive and stiff,” she said....

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    Back on the farm, Gramps teaches Sal how to drive the truck. This is common practice in most farm communities. Children learn to drive farm equipment (including trucks) early, though they are...

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  • Walk Two Moons
    The journals will cause a mess of trouble! Even though Mr. Birkway changes the names of people and covers the fronts of the journals so they will not be recognizable, people can still determine...

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  • Walk Two Moons
    The students were squirming out of embarrassment. Mr. Birkway had assigned journals to be written over the summer, in which each student would write down his or her most private thoughts....

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  • Walk Two Moons
    Sal really likes Phoebe, despite Phoebe’s wild ideas and her annoying comments to people (like Phoebe’s telling Mr. Finney not to eat any of the food because of the cholesterol). She finds...

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  • Walk Two Moons
    In South Dakota, Gram, Gramps, and Sal stop to cool off with a swim in a river. As they refresh themselves in the water, a boy approaches them and tells them that this is private property. He...

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  • Walk Two Moons
    Sal and her grandparents are driving to the grave site of Sal's mother. The group is trying to get to the grave on or before the birthday of Sal's mother. At one point during the driving, the...

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  • Walk Two Moons
    In chapter 20 of Sharon Creech’s Walk To Moons, Ben offers to read Sal’s palm after school. Sal or Salamanca Tree Hiddl, who is the lead character of the novel, keeps escaping from love and...

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  • Walk Two Moons
    What narrator inn which novel?

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    If your sister has already found some themes, then she has already done the hard part. Here are some ways to help her think about explaining themes. Themes are what the main character learns....

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  • Walk Two Moons
    There are two different settings which can be found in Sharon Creech's novel Walk Two Moons: the literal and the figurative. The literal setting of the novel is set in between Ohio and Idaho. The...

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    The opening paragraph of any work of fiction is one of the most important paragraphs in the text. The opening paragraph gives the author a chance to create interest, appeal to our emotions,...

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    The title of Sharon Creech’s novel Walk Two Moons does not immediately suggest the focus of the novel’s plot, but an epigraph that precedes the book quickly and clearly implies its...

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  • Walk Two Moons
    This was a choice that I agree with his choice. It was a Journey she had to take on her own and see her mother's grave. The consequences would have been that Sal wouldn't have gotten to see her...

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