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Walk Two Moons
By: Sharon Creech
Created By: Payton Thomas
and Lily Royer
CHARACTERS
SAL
:
-going on a road trip with her grandparents
-friends with Phoebe
-looking for her mother
PHOEBE
-friends with Sal
-curly blonde hair
-big imagination
-round face
-protaginist
GRAM
AND
GRAMPS
-crazy
-dad's parents
-Hiddle
-taking Sal on a road trip
-Long black hair
-proper
-Sal's grandparents
SETTING
SCHOOL
CAR
BYBANKS,KENTUCKY
HOSPITAL
PLOT MOUNTAIN
DAD
-Sal's dad
-Hiddle
-lost his wife
-his parents are taking Sal on a road trip
PHOEBE'S HOUSE
CHAPTER SUMMARIES
vocabulary
CONFLICT
words
Sal's mom left Sal and her dad
skittish
chapter 2
-jumpy
-nervous
chapter 22
page-128
The boy and Gramps are arguing about if the land is private property
chapter 15
metaphor
It was hotter than blazes.
pg. 89 chapter15
personification
Letting the water run down their face.
pg.89 chapter 15
chapter 15
Gram Gramps and Sal get into the Missouri River, and a boy comes up and tells them it's private property. When suddenly Gram got bit by a snake.
Chapter 1
Sal talks about Bybanks. Then they move to a new house, and that is when he sees Pheobe for the first time.
eager
to want; to be ready
chapter 2
page 4
Gram got bit by a snake.
She was poisoned.
Letting the water drip down their face.
This means it was Super hot.
-lied to Pheobe's mother
-let a spider outside
-crazy theories
-watches Sal from her
window
Sal loved the swimming hole. She also loved the singing tree. She made many memories there.
past
present
present
Mrs. Winterbottom has gone missing.
past
chapter 11
past
They got to the rim of Minnesota. Phoebe and Sal got found a message that said "Everybody has their own agenda. Sal went home to ask her dad what it meant when somebody flinches, but instead found him crying.
chapter 20
walk two
moons
chapter 20
Mr. Birkway
-looney
-strange
-said things like "BRILLANT"
-brown eyes
-crazy
Sal confessed to her journal that she kissed trees. Ben lied to Sal and said he could read palms. Sal then went over to Pheobe's house, and there was a note and it was signed by her mom.
-black hair
-light gray hair
Mrs. Cadaver
-curly red hair
-she said "hi Sal"
-Mr.Birkway's sister
chapter 36
-Pheobe said she was a "murder"
It shows the love and the great, but sad relationship between Sal and her mother.They both loved black berries and loved each other.
Phoebe and Sal went to see Mike Bickle. But then the started freaking out, so they slipped out the exit door and found Phoebe's mom kissing the lunitic.
evoking or deserving
chapter 22
Chapter 37
pg 136
Sal tried to remember where the bus top was, but couldn't remember so she turned around and Phoebe wasn't behind her. So she ran to the hospital where Ben was and met his mother then they kissed in the right place. And they both thought it tasted like blackberry.
pitiful
fragile
delicate; frail
chapter 23
pg 140
Chapter 5
Sal tells Grams and gramps who Peeby (Phoebe) is. Sal told her Grandparents that she was her best friend, and the had a crazy imagination.
The glass vase was fragile.
malingering
To pretend to be ill in order to escape duty or work.
chapter 22
pg 127
Chapter 22
late 1980's early 1990's
Sal spent the night at Phoebe's house, but couldn't sleep. Phoebe tried to act like she was sick, but her father said she was malingering.
Don't judge people until you have had to face exactly what they are going through.You don't know what other people have to go through.
Chapter 43
existence
pg 108
chapter 18
to be living
Gramps sends a letter to Sal telling her that Grams died. Sal gets to the hospita, and finds Gramps sitting next to Grams dead body and tells him it's going to be all right. Then Sal finds a love letter that Gramps had just written to Grams.
That girl has been happy her whole existence.
Chapter 44
familiar
pg 109
chapter 18
The girl was malingering because she didn't want to go to work.
common to see; to be seen a lot
Sal and Gramps are finally back in Bybanks. Sal wrote to Tom Fleet ( the man who took the snake out of Grams leg) and told him that they all made to back to Bybanks safley except Grams came back in a coffin. On the way back Gramps and Sal played the moccasins game.
distant
pg 141
to be far away; to be out
chapter 23
churning
pg 233
External
chapter 38
External
External
the act of mixing
Sal drives to the hospital and finds her grandma dead.
Sal and her Dad leave Bybanks Kentucky.
hgj
She met Pheobe, the girl who was looking at her through the window.
She finds out her mother is dead.
1
2
3
4
She and Gramps are sitting on the porch wishing Gram was there.
5
They move back to Bybanks, Kentucky
6
The girl was churning the butter.
musty
having an odor or flavor suggestive of mold
pg 185
chapter 30
They had to take her to the hospital. The snake bite could've led to her stroke.
She is on a road trip with her grandparents. She is looking for her mother.
Mr.Birkway took the journals, but Sal didn't have one. Mr.Birkway told her to write a mini journal.
At Phoebe's house everything is neat and they are crazy about their cholesterol. Then her mom goes missing.
Sal blames herself for the dead baby because her mom had to carry her back to the house because she broke her leg when she fell out of a tree.
chapter 24
internal
realistic fiction
Sal goes on a road trip with her grand parents. She is looking to find her mother. Along the way she tells a story abot her good friend Pheobe.
genre
point of view
The story is from Sal's point of view. I know this because she tells the story about Pheobe in her perspective. She also states herself as "I" all the time.
Theme
Repetition
Huzza Huzza
pg. 36
Chapter 7
"Huzza Huzza!"
Grams said, wriggling her heels into the sand.
Simile
Walk
2 moons
Lily Royer
"Her voice was like dead leaves blowing around and her hair is spooky.
Payton Thomas
pg. 111

chapter 19
meaning: WOW!
meaning: Her voice was scratchy.
Personification
alliteration
Pg. 24
chapter 5
Rush Rush Rush whipered the wind.
blackberry bush
pg 117
chapter20
A bush full of small black fruits.
A bush full of small black fruits.
The wind was blowing so hard you could hear it.
onomatopoeia
"shoosh!"
pg 24 chapter 5
To be exhausted or mad.
imagery
"A cool wind blew down through the pines, and and the trees swished secrets among them."
pg 172
chapter 28
The through the wind blew trees.
Repetition
"chickabiddy"
pg173 chapter 28
Sal's nick name.
onomatopoeia
"jing-jang"
pg 172 chapter 28
To be quick or fast.
The theme is don't judge people until you have walked to moons in their moccasins. That means that don't ever judge people until you know what they are going through. For example you shouldn't judge Sal because she had to go through a death in her family. You also can't judge Phoebe because that is how her parents taught her to be.
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