Walk Two Moons

By: Suzane Collins

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Judgements

Thirteen year old Salamanca Tree Hiddle (also known as Sal) has had some struggles. For example: her mom dying or moving from Bybanks, Kentucky to Euclid, Ohio. She decides to go with her grandpa and grandma on a road trip. She tells the story of a girl named Phoebe Winterbottom and the shocking truths that follow a lunatic, a supreme housewife, and a widow neighbor.

Thesis

Characters in the novel misjudge three characters because they fail to "walk two moons in their moccasins"; these misjudgments are later proven wrong.

Conclusion

Walk Two Moons by Sharon Creech is a book about friendships and judgments between two girls and strange neighbors and strangers they meet. Thirteen year old Salamanca Tree Hiddle has faced many great and sad challenges. She decides to go with her grandparents on a road trip across the country and tells them the story of a girl named Phoebe and the many judgments made against three people: Mike, Mrs. Winterbottom, and Mrs. Cadaver. Characters in the novel misjudge three characters because they fail to "walk two moons in their moccasins"; these misjudgments are later proven wrong. If the judgments had never been made in the beginning, then the reader would have never known who the people truly were on the inside and the story would have been at least a hundred pages shorter.