Walk Two Moons is a Newberry Award-winning novel by Sharon Creech. It is the story of a young girl named Salamanca Tree Hiddle (Sal) who goes on a road trip with her grandparents and her baby sister, Phoebe. The trip is intended to help Sal learn more about her mother, who died when Sal was young.
Along the way, Sal tells her grandparents the story of her mother's life, and the circumstances that led to her death. The story is full of twists and turns, and Sal learns a lot about her mother, and herself, along the way.
Walk Two Moons is a story about self-discovery and healing. Sal is struggling to come to terms with the death of her mother, and the trip with her grandparents helps her to do that. She learns to forgive her mother for her mistakes, and she also learns to forgive herself for her own mistakes.
The book is also a story about the importance of family and friendship. Sal's grandparents are a source of love and support for her, and they help her to through the difficult times. She also learns a lot about the importance of friendship from her new friend, Phoebe.
Walk Two Moons is a heartwarming and inspiring story that will stay with you long after you finish reading it. It is a story about hope and resilience, and it is a reminder that even in the darkest of times, there is always light at the end of the tunnel.
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