Walk Two Moons
Sharon Creech’s Walk Two Moons was published in 1994 and went on to win the celebrated Newbery Medal in 1995. It’s the story of thirteen-year-old Sal’s journey — both literally and metaphorically — to learn (and accept) the truth of her mother’s recent disappearance, to empathize with the struggles that her peers are going through, and to find her own identity in the chaos of life. Walk Two Moons is populated with lovable characters and perfectly poignant moments… to say nothing of the beautiful writing!
Guest Katharine Scrivener joins Alli to discuss everything from guilt and grief to motherhood and mental health. You may recognize Katharine as bookstagram’s @readwithkat, and as one-fourth of The Bookly Club (@thebooklylcub)! Follow Katharine on Instagram (@katharinescriv) for more book hoarding, as well as resources about Cystic Fibrosis.
CHECK OUT KATHARINE’S BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS:
City of Girls: A Novel by Elizabeth Gilbert
“What is the lesson in the book Walk Two Moons?” (eNotes)
“Thoughts on Sharon Creech’s Walk Two Moons” (American Indians in Children’s Literature, 2010)
“Walk Two Moons Resonates Even More Today” (Bustle, 2014)
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