Search Menu

Walk Two Moons

Sharon Creech

Contents

Suggestions for Further Reading

Suggestions for Further Reading

Suggestions for Further Reading

Suggestions for Further Reading

Suggestions for Further Reading

Suggestions for Further Reading

Britten, Jason. "Sharon Creech: Everyday Journeys." Publisher's Weekly, Vol. 29 (2001): 153–154.

Creech, Sharon. "Newbery Acceptance Speech." The Horn Book Magazine, Vol. 4 (1995), 418–425.

Lesesne, Teri S. "Books for Adolescents: Walk Two Moons by Sharon Creech." Journal of Reading, Vol. 6 (1995): 504.

Lowery-Moore, Hollis. "Creating People who are Quirky and Kind." Teacher Librarian, Vol. 4 (2001), 54–56.

Raymond, Allen. "Sharon Creech: 1995 Newbery Medal Winner." Teaching Pre K- 8, Vol. 8 (1996): 48–52.

Rigg, Lyle. "Sharon Creech." The Horn Book Magazine, Vol. 4 (1995), 426–429.

Rochman, Hazel. "Salamanca's Journey." New York Times Book Review, 5/21/1995: 24.

More Help

Previous Next
WRONG INFO

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,"

0 Comments

15 out of 22 people found this helpful

Bjxwsinxjkasoxbajio

by Wonderline, November 18, 2015

Bhyssdhjklfa I guess

0 Comments

5 out of 10 people found this helpful

essay help

by LeonMcMillen, August 08, 2017

Essay writing was never my forte as English isn’t my first language but because I was good at math so they put me into Honors English. I really couldn’t be assed with reading King Lear and then writing a 5,000 word paper on it so I looked up essay services and

https://digitalessay.net

was the first link to come up. I was kind of shocked with the quality of the paper they gave me. I received a very articulate and well-written piece of writing for like $20. Recommended it to a bunch of my foreign friends and now they use it too.

0 Comments

2 out of 3 people found this helpful