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Walk Two Moons

by Sharon Creech

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Walk Two Moons by Sharon Creech
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    May 1994, 280 pages

    Jul 1996, 280 pages


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I loved this book I think Pheobe is thefunniest person I have ever met in a book. This book is a # 1!!
Carrie Smith

My favourite book! This is an awesome book, i highly recommend it. =) have a nice day!
(soulDecision's cool =D) and so is sharon creech
Tahira Gulamani

This book is excellent. It makes childre who don't want to read, sit down and read
Sam G

This was a wonderful book. It teaches you about life and death
Mrs. Zippilli

This is a great book to teach sequence, personal narratives, friendship, loss of love ones, etc.

This book is excellent, and anyone who really reads it and lets their hearts be touched is in for a real treat. I'm sure that those who hated it did not give the book a real chance.

This book is both captivating and real to life. I highly recommend this to anyone who likes Dicey's Song and other "coming of age" books. I though Sharon did a wonderful job of weaving a story that captures the heart.

tis a mighty jolly book indeed, p.s. g-d some of u guys are scary ^^ (e.g. u should burn it!! it sucked!!) how bout saying i didn't like it...

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