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Walk Two Moons

Sharon Creech

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Chapters 1–4

Chapters 5–8

Chapters 9–12

Chapters 13–16

Chapters 17–20

Chapters 21–24

Chapters 25–28

Chapters 29–32

Chapters 33–36

Chapters 37–40

Chapters 41–44

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by hbjjhquz, September 07, 2013

It is "You can't keep the birds of SADNESS from flying overhead, but you can keep them from nesting in your hair,"


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