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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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a good story
I think walk two moons is a good book Me and my crew can relate to this book.

Walk two moons
A heart warming book that leaves you speechless. You can't put the book down.

yo dis book rocks man
Read this book because it is cool. I was trying not to cry

top book I ever read
Well, it all goes back to 4th grade. I looked at the cover, and automatically I knew, "This is going be a boring book"... it turned out to be the exact opposite. After finishing the novel I did (no exaggeration either) have tears moisten my eyes, as I closed the book in awe, to look at the front over for the last time. I actually read it again in 5th grade, and it just ran across my mind (me being 19 now) to read it again, I think I will, the book is a priceless favorite in the many that I have read.

Kay Says
This book is AMAZING. It made me cry when I read about the bus crash. Everyone should read this book. I LOVE IT.

I love this book, Despite the ending , Sal makes a door open and close, She knew she had to let go and she did she loves her mother, I cried at the end, But I'm glad gramps named his puppy "Huzza Huzza". Very sad that Gram died though, I loved how she called Pheobe "Peeby". Hilarious and touching. Great Job Sharon Creech!
Priya Patel

Flat out AMAZING!
This book is outstanding. I just got finished with it today! If you haven't read this book I recomend you read it...NOW!!!

awesome possum!
This the best book ever, I've read it exactly 100 times and during each one, I cried. It is my most favoritist book and I recomend it to anyone!

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