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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 am in 7th grade and they make us read like 5 big books during the year, first it was catherine called birdy...which i DESPISED...then it was walk two moons...when i got i was like great! another books **very sarcastically** and i read the first couple of pages and i thought, hm...not too bad...so i read and read and read until i realized i was done! that is the best book ever!!! its filled with surprises and it has a great ending it really did make me cry...lol i know it sounds corny, but it did and THERES NUTHING BAD ABOUT THIS BOOK

i think it was a good book but in some ways sad over all it was a good book.
unknown 5

I am only just after finishing this book.... it's great!
Paul Buonomo

This was definitly qualified as one of the best books I have EVER read.

This is a great book, made me cry at the end, I would recommomed this book to anyone!

You can't put it down. You want to read more! You don't want it to end!

this is an awsome book it deserves the newbery which is what it got!! GO! CREECH!!!

u rockmy socks!!

This book is an great an interexting book!

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