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Walk Two Moons

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Transcript of Walk Two Moons

Sal hears a Bird's beautiful voice in a tree,and she loves the birds singing. Sal calls the tree "the singing tree" because Sal loves that tree and the bird.
Walk Two Moons
By:Sharon Creech
Created By: Connor Holt & Chris Degroote
Characters
Salamanca Tree Hiddle
Pheobe Winterbottom
Country girl heart
Friend of Sal
friend of Pheobe
Big imagination
Round face
Long black hair
Called Salamander
Thinks Margrets a murderer
Setting
Gram and Gramps
Crazy
Old
Dad's side
Loving
Caring
Margaret
Dads friend
Accused of murder
Wild red hair
School
Father
Ohio
Friendly
Caring
Comforting
Around the Country
Sal is his daughter
Sal's and Pheobe's House
Conflicts
Gram is bit by a snake
The lunatic comes to Pheobes house
Sal doesn't want to be here
Where all the chaos happens with Mr. Birkway
Gram Gramps and Sal go on a journey
Lunatic comes over
Where Sal and Pheobe hang out
Literary Devices

Hyperbole

Pg.12
You could have knocked me over with a chicken feather.
Simile
Vocabulary
Parched
pg 11
Vivid
pg 44
To make hot dry or thirsty
Full of life, lively, animated
Chapter Summaries
Plot Mountain
Sal was really surprised.
Her voice is like dead leaves blowing around, and her hair is spooky.
Pg.111
Her voice is unusual.
external
internal
the vivid cow pranced along
Ornery
Pg.90
Stubborn
Sullen
Sals mom moves
Pg.99
internal
Showing irritation or ill humor by a gloomy silence or reserve
Walloped
Pg.170
To beat soundly; Thrash
Old Faithful
Part of the stops Gram Gramps and Sal took
Malinger
To pretend to be in order to escape duty or work
Hospital
Gram goes because of her leg and Sal talks about the singing tree
Pg.127
Pheobes mom leaves
external
symbols
Mary Lou's house
out of hand
crazy
Pg.152
Cholesterol
A sterol, C 27 H 46 O, that occurs in all animal tissues, especially in the brain, spinal cord, and adipose tissue, functioning chiefly as a protective agent in the skin and myelin sheaths of nerve cells, a detoxifier in the bloodstream, and as a precursor of many steroids: deposits of cholesterol form in certain pathological conditions, as gallstones and atherosclerotic plaques.
To gaze dreamily or sentimentally at something or someone
Pg.69
Mooning
Gramps stops by a lake and gram gets bit by a poisonous snake
A mysterious man leaves notes on Pheobes front porch
To travel or migrate, especially slowly or with difficulty.
Pg.106
Trek
Sals mom leaves for some reason they dont know
Pheobes mom leaves to go somewhere they dont know
Plot Mountain
Console
To alleviate or lessen the grief, sorrow, or disappointment of; give solace or comfort
Pg. 130
The Singing Tree
moccasins
One of Sal's memories from Bybanks. Her favorite tree.
What was in the note that read. Don't judge a man until you walk two moons in his moccasins
Kentucky
Where Sal's original home is
Onomatopoeia
Pg.199
The road curved alongside rivers that rolled and gabbled hurry, hurry, hurry.
The river was moving quickly.
Personification
We snaked through windy roads where the trees leaned close, rustling rush,rush,rush,rush,rush.
Pg.199
The wind shook the trees.
Genre
Themes
Idiom
Pg.181
Phoebe, your imagination is running away with you.
Point Of View
Think outside the box.
Simile
Pg.6
Sometimes i am as ornery and stubborn as an old donkey.
She is really stubborn.
Hyperbole
Pg.133
My father must have said "Ill be jiggered" about three thousand times.
Father said a saying a lot.
Onomatopoeia
Pg.38
With the dark came the whispers: rush hurry rush
The night was scary
Dealing with grief, and death
Personification
Sal has to deal with her mother dying and lots of sorrow.
Women's roles as mothers, and wives
Pheobe's mom has to be a better mother and wife
Pg.178
You cant keep the birds of sadness from flying over your head, but you can keep them from nesting in your hair.
Keep sadness away from you.
Idiom
Pg.178
Don't judge a man until you have waled two moons in a moccasins.
Don't judge a person until you know him.
realistic fiction
talk about their marriage bed
talks about his long lost wife
compliments Sal
Ben
Sals boyfriend
caring
Chapter 16
The Singing Tree
Wrote about a girl he liked
nice
Chapter 25
Cholesterol
Chapter 29
The Tide Rises
Chapter 34
Old Faithful

Chapter 2
Chickabiddy starts a story
Chapter 3
Bravery
Chapter 8
The Lunatic

Chapter 10
Huzza, Huzza

Chapter 11
Flinching
Chapter 13
Bouncing Birkway
Gram dies
Sal wants to see her mother in time for her birthday
First Person... Sal is our narrator in this story
Gram is bitten by a snake
Sal gets pulled over buy the cops
Sal gets to see her mothers grave
Walk two moons is realistic fiction because many of the events are believable, or can relate to real life. Also many of the characters make you feel like they're real
Sal tells her grandparents aout her teacher, Mr. Birkway, Bounces around the room, and uses lots of good vocab.
Pheobe and Sal go over to the Finneys for dinner, and Pheobe complains about all of the cholesterol
An odd, young man arrives at the Winterbottom house and asks for Mrs. Winterbottom, then eaves a message that read "Dont Kudge a man until youve walked two moons in his moccasins"
Sal, Gram, and Gramps are heading to see Sal's mother. When they almost there they see Yellowstone National Park. Gram has always wanted to see Old Faithful, so they stop and stay there for a night. In the morning Gram got to see Old Faithful. Then they left.
On the way home from school, Ben touches Sal and he notices that she flinches every time someone touches her
On one of the stops they took Gram and Sal and Gramps smoke a pipe. Then, Sal gets lost and finds Gram dancing in the middle of the indians shouting HUZZA
Sal, Gram, and Gramps are on their way to see Sal's mother, and they got bored. Gram asked Sal a lot of questions about all of her friends. Sal told Gram and Gram and Gramps the whole story on the way there.
Mr.Birkway told Sal, Gram, and Gramps about a story. t story was called the tide rises and the tide falls.
Sal tells Gram and Gramps about how she had been called brave at school allot because she picked up a spider and put it outside then tells how she had to deal with her mom moving
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