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Walk Two Moons

by Sharon Creech

Walk Two Moons by Sharon Creech X
Walk Two Moons by Sharon Creech
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    May 1994, 280 pages

    Jul 1996, 280 pages


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I had to choose a book for a book report for school, so I decided to choose this one because it looked to interesting! I was right! It was such an amazing book!!!I have never cried over the ending of a book, the way I cried over this one! WoW! Sooo touching! It makes you think about you very own mother, and how you treat her and how you SHOULD treat her!
What an excellent book!! Thanks again:):):)

This book is so cool i love it! Its really funny and mysterious and SOOOOOOOO surprising at the end and sad too. I posted some of Pheobe's messages on my bulletin board and my mom calls me chickabiddy and i call her gooseberry! Sharon Creech u did a great job writing this book i love it. i give this book a 500 out of 1 and 200½ percent!!!!!!!!
Nick Strack

This is my favorite book. I read it twice and listened to the audiotape four times.
Agata Mullin

This is a ver good book that takes you to a life of a young girl that goes a long way to find her mother
anna slovzinger

this book was really good. i would advise everyone to read it.

This book was great, It made you want to keep reading. We read it in class and i couldn't stand having to stop every day. I ended up reading ahead of everyone. I finished about one week before them!! The only thing is is that its sad in some parts..but other than that it was funny and entertaining!

It was groovy and great!
Tracy and Maria

We think tha book waz great becuz u neva know what waz gonna happen next. It waz like a mystery story. Also it waz very sad at the end. what did u think bout it??

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