Forshadowing in Walk Two Moons

By Dante Schletz

Summary

Sharon Creech's novel Walk Two Moons is about a 13 year old girl named Sal. She tells a story about her friend Pheobe. While Sal is telling the story to her grandparents, she's on a road trip to see her mom in Idaho

Grams Death

Grams death is foreshadowed when she always used to say ''Huzza Huzza! But when she got bit bye a snake, she always said "huzza huzza" in a calm voice almost like she didn't have the strength to say it enthusiastly like she always does.

Thesis Statement

In the novel Walk Two Moons, Sharon Creech uses foreshadowing to give the reader hints about the big ideas in the book.

Sals mom died in a car accident

When Sals mom dies, Sharon Creech uses foreshadowing when Sal is talking to Mrs. Cadaver and she said that her mom was in the bus accident.